May-June 2017 Archives | Bethesda Magazine

May-June 2017


Figuratively Speaking: Golf in Montgomery County

As the Quicken Loans National gets ready to tee off in Potomac, we break down local golf courses by the numbers

Family Portrait: Meet the Flynns

What life is like for a Bethesda family with six kids-including twins

How to Take Control of Your Closet

Tips to organize your clothes and create a space that's glam

Avoiding Painful Vet Bills

Why it pays to get an insurance plan for your pet

The Secrets of Restaurant Servers

What drives them crazy, how they boost tabs and other surprising morsels from insiders

4 Books to Add to Your Summer Reading List

New books by local authors Sally Mott Freeman, Wendy Kiang-Spray, Anthony Franze and Aneesh Singla

How Adopting a Haitian Boy Changed a Potomac Physician’s Life

In 2013, Rob Freishtat met a toddler while volunteering in Haiti. Now, that child is his son.

Making New Friends in the Wise Elder Program at Walt Whitman High School

Nima Padash and John Noble share their experience in the mentoring project

Get Away: Mountains, Fishing and an Antique-Filled B&B

From a resort with stellar golf courses to a trip for anglers, we found three spots worth the trip

"He Understands How to Help Others"

A 9-year-old in Bethesda sold his artwork to help a family friend who was sick

Driving Range: Great Shakespeare Performances Are Closer Than You Think

Check out the American Shakespeare Center in the Shenandoah

Suburbanology: Why Do We Separate Ourselves from "The Help"?

Breaking down the "us" and "them" when people are working in our homes

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