Sunday, September 27, 2020

Volunteer Tom Hill of Gaithersburg After a Career in Public Service, Tom Hill is Still Serving the Public
ARTINA 2020 Sunburst

Lighting the Way to a Sustainable Future

Whether you're craving culture or just need some fresh air, Sandy Spring Museum’s new exhibit, "ARTINA 2020: LIGHT: A Sculptural Solar Dance," is the perfect excuse to leave your house. This outdoor juried sculpture...
Volunteer Tom Hill of Gaithersburg

After a Career in Public Service, Tom Hill is Still Serving the Public

The 71-year-old retiree from Gaithersburg manages a busy volunteering schedule that includes Meals on Wheels deliveries.
Interview with MCPS Teacher of the Year Inge Chichester for Montgomery Magazine

Q&A: Inge Chichester, MCPS Teacher of the Year

"If you don’t care about the students and their families, this isn’t the profession for you."
How to cope with COVID-19 Reentry Anxiety

How to Cope With Re-entry Anxiety During COVID-19

Feeling anxious about returning to "normal" life during a pandemic is understandable, but experts say there are ways to mitigate your fears.
Kayla Stone created a Go Fund Me campaign to save her family's restaurant, Islands Tropical Ice Cream

Saving Islands Tropical Ice Cream

How “a miracle” allowed the family-run business in Silver Spring to reopen its doors during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hannah Oliver Depp, owner of Loyalty Bookstores in Silver Spring and DC

A Boost in Business at Loyalty Bookstores

The fate of the Black-owned bookstore in Silver Spring was uncertain at the start of COVID-19. Then the demand for books about race and social justice skyrocketed.
Rob Scheer of Comfort Cases, a nonprofit in Rockville, MD

Comfort Cases: Giving Foster Children a Hopeful Start in Their New Homes

This Rockville-based nonprofit is on a mission to eliminate trash bags from the foster care system.
Montgomery County Wineries: Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard

Three Montgomery County Wineries To Visit This Summer

Spend a relaxing weekend afternoon at a local vineyard with a wine glass in hand and a charcuterie board nearby
Lily Qi, Maryland House of Delegates, District 15

Lily Qi is making her voice—and the voices of other immigrants across Montgomery County—heard

The freshman delegate from District 15, Maryland's first Chinese-born legislator, is passionate about economic competitiveness and inclusiveness.
A new look for the August-September issue of Montgomery Magazine

A New Look for Montgomery Magazine

We've updated our design and content for the August-September 2020 issue.
Author Ellen Oh talks about her nonprofit We Need Diverse Books

Q&A: Ellen Oh, Author and Co-founder of We Need Diverse Books

Tired of seeing a lack of Asian representation in kid lit, the Bethesda author began writing her own children's books.
Hal Horenberg of Home At Last sanctuary helps foster dogs get adopted

Finding a Forever Home for Fido

Hal Horenberg of Home At Last Sanctuary has one goal: No animal left behind.

Where to Get Quality Craft Cocktails to Go Across the County

These four restaurants and bars are offering alcoholic beverages as part of their takeout menu.
Meet Honey, Call Your Mother's new pink and teal bagel trolley in Bethesda

Call Your Mother Opens New (Old) Bagel Trolley in Bethesda

The popular D.C-based eatery is selling bagel sandwiches and coffee from an antique streetcar next to Suburban Hospital.
Ronnie Baras, also known as "Ronnie the Great," is a comic hypnotist and mentalist from Kemp Mill

A certified hypnotherapist, Ronnie Baras specializes in good, clean fun

The Kemp Mill entertainer has been putting audiences under his spell for more than 20 years.