September-October 2011

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Once Upon a Time in Montgomery County

A family terrorized in their beds. A young white girl, brutally killed. An itinerant black man, who didn't stand a chance... It was the last lynching, an event long forgotten in the area's history

Spy Game

To his Chevy Chase neighbors, Stewart Nozette was an enigma. To his colleagues, he was a well-respected scientist. To the federal government--he was a disaster waiting to happen.

Montgomery County Executive's Awards for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities

The award's ceremony was held Monday, October 24, 2011 at the Music Center at Strathmore.

Gallery Tour with Mark Kramer

A Retrospective of Figurative Bronzes is on display at Gallery B from October 12 to November 5.

Imagination Stage Gala

The 2011 Annual Gala and Silent Auction took place on Saturday, October 22, 2011 at Imagination Stage.

Potomac Day 2011

Potomac residents come out for Potomac Day 2011

Bethesda Row Arts Festival 2011

Thousands swarm downtown Bethesda to enjoy the arts on Saturday October 15 and Sunday October 16.

Bethesda Magazine Green Awards Presentation

Some 300 people gathered on Oct. 5 for the second annual Bethesda Green Gala at Round House Theatre.

Bethesda Green Gala

Some 300 people gathered on Oct. 5 for the second annual Bethesda Green Gala at Round House Theatre.

Taste of Bethesda Video Recap

Bits About the Bites from Taste of Bethesda

The Starr Report

After a sometimes rocky ride at his previous post, the county's new superintendent of schools hopes to continue Jerry Weast's legacy-and, oh, yeah, have a life.

Educators Par Excellence

Following are five area educators who've earned the adjective of "great," according to many of those who've passed through their doors.

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