20 To Our Readers
Three childhood friends took a little
idea—offering small plates at a restaurant reminiscent of a Greek taverna—and
turned it into a very big deal.
By Steve Roberts
Sometimes a dress is more than just a
dress. The memories of a lifetime may be
woven into its very fabric.
By April Witt
A Chevy Chase resident talks about his
“rolling art”—a collection of antique cars,
many of which date to the 1930s.
By Teddy Amenabar
Bethesda’s Katie Ledecky sets a new
record in American women’s swimming;
a former Rockville resident talks about
winning Olympic bronze in hockey…for
Switzerland; local authors discuss their
new books, and more.
By Maura Mahoney
In teaching a memoir writing class, a
former TV producer from Rockville finds
that everyone has a story to tell.
By Murray Schweitzer
When a Gaithersburg woman decides to
leave her office job behind, she finds her
new career going swimmingly.
By Nicole Glass
A Kuchipudi dancer talks about the self-empowerment of the art form.
As told to Anya Grenier
For a former fencing champion from
Poland, winning is not the point.
By Mike Gruss
Sandals are flat-out winners this season.
Plus: a Bethesda woman comes up with a
cover-up for the pool; and shop openings
and closings in the area.
By Cynthia Hacinli
302 To-Do List
The Gaithersburg Book Festival is back;
Strathmore celebrates the samba;
Imagination Bethesda’s family-friendly
festival returns; and more happenings in
May and June.
By Cindy Murphy-Tofig
Best-selling books in the area vs. those
Shepherdstown, W.Va., is a small college
town with a really big personality.
By Laurie McClellan
Believe it ore not: Montgomery County
once had its own little Gold Rush.
By Mark Walston
The unbearable sweetness of Marshmallow
By Sarah Pekkanen
Long & Foster
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