People + Places

Then & Now

WHEELS AND DEALS Beginning around 1915, Reed Brothers Dodge operated a Gulf service station in the triangle bordered by Rockville Pike and Veirs Mill Road....
Bram Weinstein. Photo by David Stuck

Q & A Bram Weinstein

Interview by Andy Gotlieb | Photo by David Stuck Notice the leaves starting to change? Feel the nip in the air? Of course you do....

Juneteenth in Montgomery Parks

  Photos courtesy of Montgomery Parks Montgomery Parks celebrated Juneteenth with events around the county. Events included the Josiah Henson birthday celebration at the Josiah Henson...

Then & Now: Store of Willis Burdette

Sometime in the early 1900s, a boy posed in the yard of the Anderson House at the corner of West Montgomery and South Adams...

Our Cool House

All houses have stories. Ours is central air. The HVAC system caught our eye on the walk-through in 1986 because, well, it was huge....
Melissa Mollet

Melissa Mollet leaves the traffic behind

Born in Gaithersburg when it was “a slower version of what it is now,” Melissa Mollet is known as morning traffic reporter on NBC4....

Juliet Glasser: What do people look like when they’re alone?

Juliet Glasser, of Silver Spring, has been into art forever. The 18 year old who spent her high school years at the Visual Arts...

German students reach out to local Holocaust survivor

    By Suzanne Pollak Ann Loeb had slammed the door shut on the first 13 years of her life, vowing never to have anything to do...

Then + Now — Sales of Future Past

The Jetsons-era sign for Congressional Plaza on Rockville Pike, seen here in the 1960s, signaled to Space Age consumers the proximity of Peoples Drug...

Takoma Park gets locally-sourced butcher shop

“Soko,” meaning market in Swahili, has brought locally sourced meats to Takoma Park. In addition to having your traditional butcher shop offerings like chicken and...