September-October 2014 Archives | Bethesda Magazine

September-October 2014


Designing Independence

A North Potomac home remodeler draws on his own experience to ease the way for others with special needs.

Cooking Class: Eggs-ceptional

For many people, eggs Benedict with its rich hollandaise sauce is synonymous with brunch. But fans may be more likely to order the dish in a restaurant than make it at home because the preparation can be daunting.

Shop Talk

Fall statement coats, Urban Chic boutique, openings and closings plus more

Education’s New Model

Traditional teaching methods aren't doing enough to engage kids and prepare them for the 21st-century workplace. At Wheaton High School, teachers and students are exploring a hands-on approach to learning.

Dine Review: The Winning Mix

Macon Bistro & Larder delights with Southern and French fare

Elements of Style

Whether it's through dramatic open shelving, colorful backsplashes or whimsical breakfast nooks, homeowners are looking for ways to make their kitchens feel one-of a-kind.

The Hunger Fighters

In the past five years, the number of county residents who use food stamps has grown more than 150 percent. Solving the problem is much more complicated than providing food.

Out of Bounds

In a culture where winning is paramount, are some youth coaches doing more harm than good?

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