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Bargain book hunters flock to B-CC

Snow couldn't stop the bargain hunters from coming to the Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School PTSA's used book extravaganza on March 12 and 13. Our thanks...

The courage of the Black and gifted: Books to read during Black History Month

By By Dianne Betsey, Library Associate, Collection Management, Montgomery County Public Libraries Fact: The point of Black History Month (BHM) is to teach what we...

Practice makes music

By Ellen Braunstein Diane Downs’ family never made music lessons a priority when she was young and, for a time, homeless. It was only when...

Landmade Beer comes to Poolesville

A family-run brewery will be opening in Poolesville early February. The new business occupies 33 acres of grounds that is houses a Brewery, Tasting...

Comedy night aims for religious diversity

Though it sounds like the beginning of a bad joke, three Jews, two Christians, three Muslims and a Buddhist will be walking into a...

Explore New York City during the Winter

By Mary Ann Treger Yearning for a taste of the Big Apple but skittish about crowded theaters or museums? Consider a winter escape to Gotham...

It’s about time

By Danielle Deaver It’s almost time to celebrate a new year. Among the streamers, squawkers and funny hats, the change of year often makes us...

A Work in Progress

By Rudy Malcom Nearly two decades ago, Craig Pettinati, a talent acquisition manager by day, split from a community theater group in Sandy Spring and...

In the Key of Fiction

After a 40-year career as a trial attorney in Washington, D.C., Bruce J. Berger turned to writing, earning a master’s degree in creative writing...
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Nouveau Annapolis

Maryland’s capital has emerged from the COVID-19 pandemic invigorated, refreshed and renewed.