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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.
Back-to-school reading for adults

Back-to-School Reading

Montgomery County Public Libraries recommends these works of adult fiction set in school.
Celebrate National Book Lovers Day with Five Local Bookshops

Find Your Next Great Read at These MoCo Bookstores

Embrace your inner bookworm and support Montgomery County's independent book shops on National Book Lovers Day, Aug. 9.