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Marilyn Campbell

Freelance Reporter

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Planning for Summer Camp

Local camp fairs help families navigate the maze of summer camp offerings.

In an effort to confront religious intolerance, a group of local middle school students will attend a camp aimed at bringing together children from different religions and giving them the chance to come together, make new friendships, visit houses of worship, learn about other traditions and practice dialogue to confront Islamophobia and Anti-Semitism.

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New Year, New Order: Organizing an unruly linen closet

If retrieving an item from the top shelf of one’s linen closet sets off an avalanche of mismatched sheets and tattered towels, it might be time for a linen closet reorganization.

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Organizing a Home Office

Design ideas for workspace order.

Whether located in a basement, spare bedroom or kitchen corner, one of the keys to creating a functional home office is organization.

Keeping Resolutions

Realistic goals and specific plans among keys to success.

Keeping Resolutions

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Remodeled to Sell in Potomac

Couple overhauls bathrooms to minimize home’s time on the market.

Shortly before Sheila and Brian Boyle decided to sell their Potomac, Md. home, they took a look around and decided it needed updating.

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A Stylish, Budget-friendly Kitchen in Alexandria

Local homeowners transform their kitchen, without breaking the bank.

When Janet and Frank McDermott purchased their Alexandria home in 1997, it was already outdated.

Coat Drive for the Needy in Montgomery County

Share the gift of warmth this holiday season.

A local charity is joining forces with an area music center to help ensure that Montgomery County’s neediest residents are warm this winter.

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New Dining Option in Alexandria

BurgerFi opens restaurant in Old Town.

There’s a new dining option in Old Town.

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Thinking Beyond Serving Meals

Experts advise finding age-appropriate ways for children to give back.

During this season of giving thanks, opportunities for expressions of gratitude can seem ubiquitous.

Easing Election Fears

Local therapists say acknowledging, reassuring are keys to easing anxiety.

On the morning after what was possibly the most adversarial election in recent history, psychologist Carolyn Lorente, Ph.D. felt an urge to send a text message to her two teenaged children.


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