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Tennis Bubbles Up in Germantown

The crisp air and short days make long sleeves and coats standard issue. Despite all the outward signs of the season, one new facility in Germantown — the first of its kind in Montgomery County since the 1980s — is…

Around Town

Surviving Sandy Hurricane Sandy shut down the town on Oct. 29 – 30. While this area seemed to escape the worst of the storm and came away with minimal damage, signs of Sandy could be seen nearby. Loss of power,…

Arts & Entertainment

Singer Songwriter Concert Series On Nov. 8, the new Singer Songwriter Concert Series at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn continues with Sam Llanas. Well known as the lead singer and guitarist of the BoDeans, Lllanas shines with his distinctive voice as…

A Little Germany, a Lot of Fun

On Oct. 14, some 4,000 miles away from Bavaria, families watched dancers in lederhosen, ate pretzels and sausages while listening to a live German music, went on pony rides and painted pumpkins. At the 21st annual Kentlands Oktoberfest, people from…

Around Town

A Time to Give Back Oct. 27 is Montgomery County’s 26th Annual Community Service Day. Many volunteer opportunities are available throughout the county throughout the week of Oct. 22 – 28 to commemorate this event, and most are approved for…

Arts & Entertainment

A Visit with Poe Quince Orchard High School’s Drama Department presents, “An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe,” by Robert Mason based on the stories by Edgar Allan Poe, for one night only on Oct. 25 at 7 p.m. The evening…

Some Kind of Wonderful

The role of Missy in the musical “The Marvelous Wonderettes” is characterized in the playbill as the overachiever of the ensemble. In a delightful display of typecasting, Kentlands super-kid Christine Pash is slated in this role for the play’s October…