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September-October 2019

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Field Days

When your daughter dreams of playing in the Women’s World Cup, life as a soccer dad can get intense
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Uncommonly Good

Our critic finds intriguing fare in a luxurious setting at Commonwealth Indian in North Bethesda
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Taking on the Water

When streets flood or someone’s in danger on the Potomac River, a team of specially trained Montgomery County firefighters answers the call
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Extraordinary Educators

Six local teachers who are making a difference—from getting middle school students excited about science to helping second graders learn about the world beyond their classroom walls
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Changing Tides

On Virginia’s Eastern Shore, the centuries-old town of Onancock is a good launch point for exploring the dynamic shoreline
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Food Matters

A Bethesda dietician on fad diets, making healthy choices and why she eats dark chocolate every day
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Get Away

Overnight stays at a Montgomery County farm, a tasting trail in Pennsylvania, and more
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Standing Up

Silver Spring’s Amal Haddad helped lead the charge to force fraternities off campus at Swarthmore College
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Table Talk

Italian fast-casual bowls at Prima in Bethesda. Plus, a new coffee shop in Woodmont Triangle.

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