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Edison 2.0

At the recently rebuilt Thomas Edison High School of Technology in Silver Spring, students are learning the latest skills in carpentry, law enforcement and more
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Think pink

No longer just for nurseries, pale pink is moving into the mainstream as a chic neutral for the home
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Directing dynamo

A Kennedy High School alum is making it big on Broadway with two hit musicals
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Bethesda Interview: Pete Piringer

The chief spokesperson for the Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service talks about the 24/7 news cycle, and how he always seems to be out of town when big things happen
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Shop talk

How a PR guru gets party-ready; plus, a new store that shines a spotlight on local designers
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A modern classic

How Chevy Chase Village homeowners renovated an 1890s house to accommodate their busy family life
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Speaking Up

A Bethesda teen’s podcast showcases what it’s like to live with a stutter
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Adventures in pet sitting

Dealing with the unexpected is just part of the job
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A new beginning

When a Congolese family of 10 arrived here last year as refugees, a team of volunteers from St. John’s Episcopal Church made it their mission to help them
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Going the distance

Bethesda’s Al DeCesaris has biked across the country and run from Maine to Florida in his quest to raise money for research into his niece’s rare disease
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Weddings of the year

In our annual feature, we take a peek inside the celebrations of four couples
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Thai scores in Potomac

Our critic checks out the tasty food and enormous desserts at the recently opened Sisters Thai
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The first year

A political gadfly for most of his career, County Executive Marc Elrich’s transition to being the person in charge has not been easy
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I’m game

How I learned to stop worrying and enjoy the thrill of the casino
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Staying centered

How a former college football player discovered the power of hot yoga and opened a studio in Bethesda
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Mining the Past

Bethesda native Steven Levenson recalled his own teenage anxiety to write the hit musical Dear Evan Hansen
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Get Away

A wintry escape in the woods and other ideas for weekend trips
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‘I Feel At Home Here’

Bethesda Magazine columnist Steve Roberts remembers his wife, Cokie, and their life together in Bethesda

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