November-December 2008 Archives | Bethesda Magazine

November-December 2008


Sole Survivor

Fortuna's has been fixing shoes in Bethesda for 70 years.

B&B Escapes

Eight of the best bed and breakfasts in our area.

Thanksgiving Tried and New

Chefs come up with new twists on traditional Thanksgiving dishes.

Redwood Restaurant & Bar

Bethesda Lane hot spot still has some growing to do.

Tree House

A Bethesda couple escapes to their log home in the wilds of West Virginia.

Out of the Ashes

After fire destroyed their Bethesda home, Gary McFall and Rob Ramoy built a beautiful new house on the site.

A Reverse Miracle

Cameron and Chelsea Pratt were stunned when their second child, like their first, was born with cystic fibrosis.

Born to Run

Growing up in Bethesda and Rockville, Gov. Martin O'Malley developed an affinity for the underdog that has fueled his passion for public service.

Giving Trees

Nursery owner Craig Ruppert, 2008 Philanthropist of the Year

Why Do Teen Girls Dress the Way They Do?

Girls are wearing revealing clothes at younger and younger ages. Why do they do it? Why do parents let them?

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