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Book Report

Four new reads by local authors

Finding Joy

A Rockville bride overcame family tragedy and made the best of her special day
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Shop Talk

Cover-ups and hats for summer, plus a new store at Pike & Rose

Ready for the Call

At the new Montgomery County Public Safety Training Academy, emergency responders prepare for the worst
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In Bloom

Big, bold floral prints are showing up all over home décor, and we’ve picked some local favorites to brighten the season

Trading Places

An Afghan immigrant is giving back to the community that helped him start a new life

Finding the Words

Speech therapists at the Stroke Comeback Center in Rockville are helping survivors recover their communication skills—and connect with others facing similar challenges

‘Cuban to the Bone’

Raynold Mendizábal left his country on a raft 25 years ago and ended up spending a year at Guantanamo Bay. Now the Havana-born chef owns two Silver Spring restaurants and solves mathematical equations for fun.

Sail Away

A local program teaches Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School students and others the art of competitive racing

Figuratively Speaking

Montgomery County Government by the numbers
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The Music Mentor

How a Grammy-winning former music teacher helps guide up-and-coming artists through a program at Strathmore

Top Doctors

We highlight 431 physicians in 61 specialties in Montgomery County and Upper Northwest D.C.

Smooth Terrain

Our critic checks out Anthropologie's garden café in Bethesda

A Modern Take

A log home overlooking Deep Creek Lake is updated to create a clean-lined getaway for a Silver Spring family

Bethesda Interview: Jane Leavy

The best-selling author and former sportswriter talks about locker room interviews, a drunken Mickey Mantle, and why she spent eight years working on a book about Babe Ruth

Back in Time

At a West Virginia resort, there’s old-school fun all around

There for Mom

A longtime Sibley hospital nurse on helping patients stay calm in the delivery room—and getting to meet the babies

Beach Eats

Delmarva’s beaches are famous for the surf, the sand and the boardwalks. But the resort-area towns also have become a destination for foodies. Here are 33 eateries we think are worth a visit.

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