September-October 2010 Archives | Bethesda Magazine

September-October 2010

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The Trials of Parker Robb

A teenager emerges from the 'bubble' of a terrifying disease.

Up in Flames

From our second floor office, overlooking the intersection of Woodmont and Norfolk avenues in Bethesda, I've seen many things out of our windows.

The Sub-Text of Scandal

Cheating, sexting, a fantasy sex league: Are these recent events symptoms of a larger problem with kids today?

Window to the Future

A house in Bethesda and guesthouse in Garrett Park are pushing the boundaries of green: They rely on insulation for heating and cooling.

A Beauty Named ‘Winona’

She was stately and grand-as befitted the great-great-great-grandson of Martha Washington-and she had a heart of stone.

‘Post’ Parting

Pulitzer Prize-winner David Hoffman on starting over.

Sabrina’s Makeover Magic

The HGTV star and Bethesda resident is making a name for herself one house transformation at a time.

St. Mary’s Rise—and Spectacular Fall

Reborn as an archaeological site, the city and its environs are the perfect place to view the autumn leaves.

Weighty Subject

How Montgomery County experts-and one extraordinary teen-are working to combat childhood obesity.

Green Peace

A Zen garden inspires a Chevy Chase couple's décor, as they bring the outdoors in.

Surviving Kindergarten

They're making Venn diagrams, writing poetry journals and doing homework. Being 5 just isn't what it used to be.

Exam Prep Teacher |

Huntington Learning Center

Assistant Branch Manager |

Beacon Roofing Supply

Project Support Specialist |

National Lutheran Communities and Services

Rehab Office Coordinator |

Genesis Rehab Services

Director of Sales & Marketing |

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Director of Education, Professional Development and Outreach |

American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

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