March 1998 Washingtonian Magazine Contents – Best Places to Live

Capital Comment Casting Monica's Movie . . . Nudes in the Press Club . . . Lingerie on the Buses . . . Winners and Losers.

Where & When St. Patrick's Day Parades . . . Wynton Marsalis . . . Dionne Warwick . . . Kuzdu Comes to Life . . . Kites on the Mall.

Older Is Better Aging expert Gene Cohen talks about why old age is more fun than we thought. By Ken Adelman.

Out in Front Blade editor Lisa Keen was taking on controversial gay issues long before Ellen. By Diana McLellan.

Paying for a Life John Dortch did 15 years for his role in the killing of a DC policewoman. Now he wants to be a lawyer. By Douglas Root.

Modern Glory The National Gallery of Art's East Building celebrates its 20th birthday with a blockbuster Calder exhibit. By Courtney Rubin.

Blonde Ambition Susan Blumenthal was bound for the White House. Was she bumped off by her enemies? By Leslie Milk and Harry Jaffe.

A Cheapskate's Guide to Good Food and Great Fun The Washingtonian's twentysomething editors scrounge around the area for some fun and the best dining deals in town. By Alicia Abell, Robyn Gearey, and Courtney Rubin.

Singin' in the Rain Irish tenor Mark Forrest smiles through it all. By Richard Willing.

Inside Book World Washington is full of book lovers. So why don't more people love the Post's Book World? By Paul Starobin.

Art for Everyone Celebrating 100 years of the poster. By Robyn Gearey.

Best Places to Live Who wins the battle of the Zip codes? A look at 17 of the area's most interesting places to live. By Diane Granat. Where to look for humor on the Net. By Courtney Rubin.

Everything You Need to Know About Acupuncture Acupucture can provide relief from migraines, back pain, allergies, and more–plus a guide to who does it. By Mat Edelson.

Dining Out Worth the Wait.

Battle of the Fries

Young Chefs Like Mom Used to Make.

Wine Adviser, Cheap Eats, What's New


Camps High-Tech Camps, Plus a Summer-Camp Guide.

Real Estate Retirement Communities.

Luxury Homes

Singles Luck of the Irish. By Cynthia Hacinli.

First Person A Passing Wink. By Aaron Goldman.


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