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A Time of Protests

How the fight against segregation heated up in Montgomery County in the summer of 1960

That Special Something

Meet three local families who customized their kitchens to suit their lifestyles

Have a Seat

Get a jump on holiday entertaining and upgrade your dining chairs now

New Books By Local Authors

A novel, a memoir and other recently released works

Into the Woods

Chevy Chase’s Melanie Choukas-Bradley is teaching people the art of forest bathing

Happy Place

Tending to a garden takes work, but it’s worth it

Brush Up

Dogs also benefit from good oral care

Just for Kids

At a pediatric urgent care center in Rockville, Sabah Iqbal sees everything from the flu to broken bones

Shop Talk

Clothing tips from a Bethesda personal stylist, plus nail polish picks for fall

Historic Haunts

Five ghost tours that are all a short drive from Bethesda

Park Place?

The county’s new blueprint for downtown Bethesda calls for more parks, but questions remain about the timing and who will pay for them

Feeding Our Neighbors

Manna Food Center’s Jackie DeCarlo is fighting hunger and teaching children from low-income families the basics of healthy eating

Our Parks

The best spots in Montgomery County for hiking, kayaking, camping and more

Showtime

Adventure Theatre’s Michael Bobbitt decided he was done being overweight and unhappy. He lost more than 90 pounds, and the change hasn’t just been physical.

Get Away

A labyrinth made with apple trees, a new casino and more

Restaurant Review: Buena Vida

Our critic checks out the new Mexican spot in Silver Spring

Friends First

After meeting in college and reconnecting years later, a North Bethesda couple enjoyed a hotel wedding with 520 guests

Taking Her Own Advice

Mona Hanford of Bethesda was working on a book about preparing for the death of a loved one when she found out she had cancer

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