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May/June 2013 Issue


Page through the May/June 2013 issue for stories about wonderful local people who care for others and overcome incredible challenges. There’s Mark Shriver, passionate advocate for social justice and children’s issues at Save the Children and author of A Good Man: Rediscovering My Father, Sargent Shriver. In our cover story, writer Gina Gallucci-White explores how Shriver dedicates himself to helping ... Read More »

March/April 2013 Issue


Sample our March/April 2013 issue, and you’ll find nourishment and fun. Small-plate cuisine artist José Andrés dishes on thinking big about food and how we connect to it. Montgomery Parks offers a diverse menu of recreational and educational opportunities in 418 county parks. Chef Geoff shares his recipe for success that includes food, merriment, fun and especially bacon. Hersheypark presents ... Read More »

January/February 2013 Edition

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Our January/February 2013 issue celebrates romance! It all begins with a cover story on Allyn Rose, the Miss America 2013 contestant who is nothing short of a winner in our book for shedding new light on the issue of breast cancer and the difficult steps women take every day to prevent it.  Next, you’ll find a photo essay depicting the ... Read More »

November/December 2012 Issue


Discover glitter, glam and lots of heart in our November/December 2012 issue. Stars like NBC4’s Barbara Harrison, people at the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments and the Freddie Mac Foundation, and area parents all reveal how “Wednesday’s Child” has become such a success for area children in need of a permanent home. Health and beauty experts at David’s Beautiful People, ... Read More »

September/October 2012 Issue


In our September/October 2012 issue, you’ll discover some real MoCo magic—the people who make our county such a wonderful place. You’ll be inspired by the story of Ike Leggett, county executive, enchanted by the work of Gary Rosenthal, Judaica artist and sculptor, and nourished by the culinary creations of James Ricciuti, owner and chef at Ricciuti’s Restaurant in Olney. Lisa ... Read More »

July/August 2012 Edition


In our July/August 2012 issue, you’ll be introduced to local entrepreneurs, vibrant watercolor artist David Daniels, and a Mediterranean restaurant with flair—Stella Restaurant in North Potomac. If you’re looking to venture beyond Montgomery County, why not nip down to Chincoteague and take a dip with the wild ponies. And if you’re looking for a laugh, get to know Arch Campbell, ... Read More »

May/June 2012 Edition


In our May/June issue, you’ll find tons of fun ideas to keep you out and about all summer long. We’ve got festivals, free movies and concert series, flea markets, ball games and kid-friendly events. You’ll also meet Montgomery County’s Chief of Police Tom Manger, discover doggone good artist Michael Auger, wish you were biting into one of Stage Burger Lounge’s ... Read More »

March/April 2012 Edition


Find out what’s cooking!  Montgomery County sizzles with interesting people and events.  Meet Carla Hall, Silver Spring cookie artisan and co-host of ABC’s “The Chew,” Pam Foltz, Montgomery County’s first career firefighter, and Debby and Joel Arem, whose Three-Ring Circuits jewelry, home and office décor made from vintage and recycled pieces have been delighting Greenies for two decades.  Executive Chef ... Read More »

January/February 2012 Edition


This issue is just what the doctor ordered! With on-air chemistry, Doreen Gentzler delivers the perfect dose of accessible News4You. Also, we have the antidote for your summertime blues—great camps in Montgomery County. With this camp sampler, you’re sure to find your child’s perfect prescription for summer fun. Stories on Potomac’s Founding Farmers, The Homestead in Hot Springs, SPAGnVOLA Chocolate ... Read More »

November/December 2011 Edition


For a positive take on “Jammin’ on the Roadways” in the D.C. metro area, tune in to our cover story on some drive-time radio folks who make the commute safer, saner and even entertaining. And if the daily grind has gotten to you, check out our four great getaways—all less than a day’s drive from Montgomery County. Also highlighted in ... Read More »

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