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September-October 2019

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Dog Days

Having a puppy is great, except when it isn’t
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Flashback: A Fight for Freedom

An armed group of escaped slaves heading north clashed with a local militia in Montgomery County
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Book Report

New works by local authors cover immigration, education and more
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Home Is Where The Heart Is

Two high school friends fell in love after college and got married a mile from where they grew up
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Shop Talk

Kids clothes created by two local moms. Plus, snake prints for your fall wardrobe.
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Bethesda Interview: Seth Goldman

The Honest Tea co-founder talks about becoming a vegetarian, a possible future in politics, and his latest venture, Beyond Meat
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Make an Entrance

Manage the mess of coats, boots and backpacks with a stylish and organized mudroom
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A Place of Their Own

Gwen Reese grew up in Sugarland, a community formed by free blacks after the Civil War. Now she’s devoted to preserving the heritage of her hometown.
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Thinking Inside the Box

Three local families realize their dream kitchens without adding square footage to their homes

College Bound

Where Bethesda-area high school graduates applied to college and where they were accepted
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All in the Family

An award-winning documentary captures the humor in two Chevy Chase brothers’ relationship
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One Step at a Time

Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis two years ago, the owner of a Kentlands ballet studio won't let the disease rule her life

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