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May-June 2018

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Pattern Play

Liven up your home with bold and beautiful elements

Medal Man

A 94-year-old Rockville athlete and record holder has no plans to slow down.

Book Report

New titles by local authors, including two parenting books and the little-known story of African-American soldiers in John Brown's army

Rules of the Road

What ever happened to drivers being civil?

Home, Reimagined

A Potomac couple has given new life to their 1970s-era home

Keeping the Faith

A Gaithersburg couple married at the same church where they met and later shared their first kiss

Island Living

Today's kitchens boast islands that are more beautiful, versatile and functional than ever. The centerpieces in these four homes are no exception.

‘A Perfect Match’

At a therapeutic riding center in Boyds, horses are helping people with special needs discover their strengths and abilities

Out From the Shadows

Undocumented but undeterred, a Silver Spring man becomes an advocate for "Dreamers"

Back to Her Roots

Wedding florist Sophie Felts grew up on a tree farm in Montgomery County. Years later she moved home and started a business of her own.

Fishing for Answers

A Bethesda attorney's quest to make zebrafish central to the study of disease

Sound Connection

School Resource Officer P.J. Gregory gets to know students in the hallways and at band class

Crazy for Crabs

Get ready for crab season with our guide to crackin' crabs in the Bethesda area

Water, Water Everywhere

With 157 miles of shoreline, Kent Island is more than just a pass-through on the way to the beach

Shop Talk

Whyte House Monograms in Chevy Chase, plus the latest in local beauty treatments

Bethesda Magazine’s Favorite New Restaurants

More than 70 restaurants have opened in the Bethesda area in the last two years. Food critic David Hagedorn chooses his 10 favorites.

In Sync

Derwood siblings Michael and Rachel Parsons have dedicated their lives to ice dancing. Their goal: an Olympic medal in 2022.

Figuratively Speaking

A look at Great Falls, by the numbers

The Great Outdoors

Potomac's Grace Lee wants kids to grow up enjoying national parks like she did

What’s Happening to Me?

Find out about a little-known disorder that's affecting teens

Table Talk

Meet the chef at Lock 72 Kitchen & Bar, plus a new hot pot restaurant and Bethesda's gluten-free bakery

Conversations With The Candidates

Interviews with the six Democratic candidates for county executive

Things to See and Do in the Bethesda Area in May and June

Our picks for music, shows and other entertainment

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