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May 2000 Washingtonian Magazine Contents - Dream Weekends
Comments () | Published May 1, 2000

Capital Comment An embarrassing conflict for the Reliable Source? . . . Who gives great goody bags . . . Really big payday for Three Tenors.

Where & When Audra McDonald at Lisner . . . Bolshoi Ballet at the KenCen . . . Vikings at the Natural History museum . . . Bay Bridge Walk.

Good Shepherd He reminds his flock of what they already know. By Ken Adelman.

Last Hurrah Washington had a sorry team--until Ted Williams arrived. By Victor Gold.

Battling Batons Baltimore's conductor wants to play in NSO's backyard. By Steven Wigler.

Two Jakes Inventing political journalism on the Internet. By Barbara Matusow.

Songs of Spring Half a century after Louis Halle's Spring in Washington, another writer revisits the region's green soul. By Ernest B. Furgurson.

Fear of Fat For many women and girls, thin at any cost is the goal. The price can be a lifelong obsession with food. By Courtney Rubin.

Sweet Story The Park sisters are turning the Korean-American experience--and all that chocolate--into success. By Courtney Rubin.

Planet Krulik He makes the strangest films you never heard of. By Lydia Strohl.

Look, Mom . . . Winning pictures by some of Washington's best photojournalists.

Peak Experience Chris Warner is ready for Everest. By Brooke Lea Foster.

Jewish Life in Washington Jews worked for generations to make it in mainstream Washington. Now many are turning back to their roots. By Barbara Matusow.

Dream Weekends Uncrowded beaches, romantic inns, seaside hotels and rentals, delicious dining, and lots more fun at the shore. Edited by Sherri Dalphonse.

Let It Grow A cottage garden is like a meadow outside your door. By Linda Greider.

Benefits Arabian nights and golf days. By Maggie Wimsatt.

Dining Out Southern-Style Here's the best Southern restaurant cooking in town. By Thomas Head.

Dining Out Our critics review Maloney & Porcelli, Meiwah, Maxim Palace, Lightfoot, and Joe's Crab Shack.

Wine Wonderful Alsatian whites. By Ann Berta.

Best Bites Grilled delights, Italian vodkas, and more. By Thomas Head.

Real Estate The sky's the limit in new homes. By Denise Kersten.

Luxury Homes A house with its own golf course. By Deborah Hearns.

First Person Cook-off confidential. By Lynley Ogilvie.

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