In this Issue

Pati Jinich’s flavors of Mexico

Growing up in Mexico City, celebrity chef Pati Jinich said she found that food was at the center of all cultural events and at...

True Food Kitchen

Award-winning True Food Kitchen restaurant brand received over $100 million in capital from new investors, HumanCo and Manna Tree, and existing supporter Centerbridge Partners. Founded...

Creating the universal and unique

When Vidya Vijayasekharan presses her hands into fresh, moist clay, she experiences an organic connection to the earth. The pigment and texture speak to her...

Games Without Frontiers

Story and photos by Susan C. Ingram The tidy, unassuming midcentury split-level on a gently winding lane in Kemp Mill Estates sold last spring, the...
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....

Kuku’s Beauty Supply

Kuku’s is looking to hire a sales representative as it prepares to open in the former Perla Hair Salon location. Perla closed in April...

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...

’70s Colonial, 21st Century Transformation

By Susan Ingram Since the Eder family moved into their Windermere home in Rockville in 2004, they’ve been happy with the well-cared-for 1970s colonial. But Anne...

Will the Cider Barrel ever reopen?

While hard cider has become a popular drink in recent times, the most famous soft cider spot in the county is dry and getting...

Easton, my how you’ve changed

By Marry Ann Treger Psst. Come closer. In case you haven’t heard, a culinary renaissance is taking place in Easton, the charming historic getaway on...