In this Issue

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...

Grace Rivera-Oven: achieving food security for people without cars

Lifelong Montgomery County resident Grace Rivera-Oven doesn’t just wear many hats. She wears a cape. As executive director of the Upcounty Consolidation Hub, in...

Round House Theatre’s National Capital New Play Festival runs April 5 through May 8

Beloved for producing works of the American canon, in recent years Round House Theatre artistic director Ryan Rilette has been on a quest for...

Landscaper Dale Moyers leads the way through the early spring garden.

By Ellen Braunstein A spring clean-up is a necessary first step toward preparing your gardens and lawn for a healthy growing season. We asked Rockville-based...

Building on History: Anita Neal Powell shines a light on the county’s historic Black...

By Susan Ingram Since 1977, Anita Neal Powell, founder of the Lincoln Park Historical Foundation, has been laser-focused on bringing Montgomery County’s historic Black communities...

A tale of two segregated communities: ‘Finding Fellowship’ reveals how a racial divide was...

Sometimes history is hidden in plain sight. Just ask lawyer, and now documentary co-producer, Jason Green. He uncovered his family’s deep roots in a now-lost...