Thursday, May 28, 2020
Debi Schenk, founder of Park Potomac Yoga

Debi Schenk’s Flexible Career Move

How the Park Potomac Yoga founder got her groove back.
Maryland suffragist Lavinia Margaret Engle

League of Women Voters of Montgomery County Celebrates 100 Years

LWVMC also shares a birthday year with the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote.
North Star Games founder Dominic Crapuchettes

Dominic Crapuchettes Never Stops Playing

A near-death experience as captain of a commercial fishing vessel inspired this Bethesda man to follow his own North Star.
Peter F. Lowet, executive director of Mobile Medical Care (MobileMed)

Addressing the Growing Needs of MoCo’s Medically Underserved

The nonprofit organization MobileMed has evolved into a key element in the health care system for the underprivileged population.
MCPS teacher Maura Moore crochets "meeps" for her students and co-workers

Maura Moore is Spreading Joy One “Meep” at a Time

The MCPS teacher is making a difference with her "crocheted emotional support orbs."
Lone Oak Farm is a new brewery in Olney, MD

Planting the Seeds for a True Farm-to-Table Brewery

Enjoy the views and the brews at Lone Oak Farm Brewery in Olney.

From Foster Care to a Forever Home

Meet three sets of local foster parents who welcomed a foster child into their homes and found a permanent space for them in their hearts.
Francesca Casazza of the Italian Culture Society of Washington, D.C.

Francesca Casazza Brings Her Passions to the Italian Cultural Society

The executive director's excitement for her native country has recharged the Bethesda-based nonprofit organization.
Adriana Hochberg, Montgomery County assistant chief administrative officer

Q&A: Adriana Hochberg

In her role as assistant chief administrative officer for Montgomery County, Adriana Hochberg is leading the county’s efforts to combat climate change.

Streetcar of Historic Desire

The National Capital Trolley Museum celebrates the trolley era in Montgomery County as well as its more extensive and longer run in Washington, D.C.

Enjoyably Eerie

Exploring Edgar Allan Poe’s Richmond haunts.

The Gold Mine Trail

Gold mining, a part of Montgomery County’s history, is rightfully preserved by the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park.