September-October 2012

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Class Acts

Exceptional educators often do more than teach lessons; they inspire students in ways that can last a lifetime. From a counselor who's passionate about peace to a teacher who makes learning math fun, here are six educators who continue to make the grade

A World Apart

A young child's language abilities regress. Eye contact ceases. Interests become obsessions. This is what autism often is like-a disorder that confounds parents and baffles researchers, even as diagnoses are increasing

Suburban Jungle

They're lurking just outside your door: foxes, coyotes and bats-oh, my!

A Meditation on the Past

Architect Douglas Soe Lin's life and career have taken him on a remarkable journey-one that's reflected in his Bethesda house

The Fall and Rise of Tom Pitsenberger

When an accident left him partially paralyzed, the Bethesda father of 12 had a choice: He could give up on his goals-or he could make it a defining moment in his life

Digging It

A Chevy Chase woman unearths a new career as the creator of archaeology-based computer games

A Wider Circle hosts The Community Ball

400 attend event to help children and adults lift themselves out of poverty

Bethesda Row Arts Festival

The 15th annual event benefiting NIH Charities

Imagination Stage’s 2012 Just Think! Creativity is Possibility Gala

Imagination Award presented to The Glee Project's Mario Bonds

The 4th Annual HONOR's Celebrating the Spirit of Legacy

Hearts and Homes for Youth honored four locals for their commitment to area youth.

Bethesda Green Gala

Celebration of the 2012 Bethesda Magazine Green Award Winners

Writers on the Row

Bethesda Row's four-day book festival

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