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September 2000 Washingtonian Magazine Contents - Fall Weekends
Comments () | Published September 1, 2000

Capital Comment Colin Powell's son in a Bush cabinet? . . . Worst owner in baseball? . . . Broder's last campaign? . . . Where's Socks?

Where & When Modern masterworks at the Phillips . . . Hillwood reopens . . . Celebrating Balanchine . . . Fiesta time at the zoo.

Big Man on Campus John Toll on why college costs so much--and more. By Ken Adelman.

Ready or Not A new strain of flu virus could really hurt. By Diane Granat.

Who's Got Rhythm? Campaign songs for this year's candidates. By Victor Gold.

Love Lives On How a murdered priest changed one man's life. By Chris Core.

Best & Worst of Congress Hill staffers name the showhorses, heroes, and clowns.

Reinventing the Redskins Will Deion, LaVar, and Bruce play some tough D and get the team back to the winning ways of Joe Gibbs? By Larry Van Dyne.

"Everyone Has a Story to Tell" A writer uses the Internet to encourage a love of words. By Diane Granat.

Eyes on the Prize With his famous name, political skills, ambition, and Kennedy family connections, you'll see more of Andrew Cuomo. By William Triplett.

Where to Buy Great Clothes It's not easy finding the right things to wear. Here's a guide to the best stores, from boutiques to bargain outlets. Edited by Sherri Dalphonse.

Being There Mentoring a kid is not just about saving someone. By Brooke Lea Foster.

Larger Than Life Shira Grabelsky played Helen Keller from the heart. By Courtney Rubin.

Fall Weekends Romantic inns, mountain lodges, bargain golf, hiking and biking, art, antiques, festivals, theater, and more. Edited by Sherri Dalphonse.

On the Wing Double a garden's beauty with butterflies. By Linda Greider.

Guide to Good Theater A season to look forward to. By Leslie Milk. Plus--where to get a good meal before or after the show. By Thomas Head and Cynthia Hacinli.

Benefits Field of dreams. By Maggie Wimsatt.

Dining Guide Eating well in Chevy Chase. By David Dorsen.

Wine Great buys in Côtes-du-Rhône. By Ann Berta.

Dining Out Timothy Dean arrives at the St. Regis. Plus--Ruby and Mar de Plata in DC, Supee's Kitchen in Arlington, eCiti in McLean.

Best Bites A new DC seafood house, great oils for grilling, and more.

Luxury Homes $3-million sale in Bethesda. By Deborah Hearns.

First Person No more seeing the bus off. By Diane Granat.

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