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August 1998 Washingtonian Magazine Contents – Great Hair

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Capital Comment Redskins want to avoid Ravens rivalry . . . Post roasts Ignatius . . . Brill's web captures Washington wags.


Where & When Great Expectations at the Folger . . . Twilight polo at Great Meadows . . . Jimmy Buffett . . . Summer wine fests.

Soul Man Walter Burghardt puts fire into preachers. By Ken Adelman.

Back to Life How electroshock therapy saved my mother. By Nicholas Owen.

Beating the Odds Andy Beyer left Harvard to help gamblers. By Kim I. Eisler.

A River Runs Through Us The Potomac River defines Washington. Here's how the river is doing–and a look at those who love it most. By Harry Jaffe.

Behave Yourself Teaching manners to lawyers isn't easy. By Laura Elliott.

Once Upon a Time At 15, Cokie Roberts was the daughter of a powerful congressman. She was also a typical '50s teenager. By Chuck Conconi.

Really Big Shows In Rusty Powell, macho yang meets artsy yin. By Diana McLellan.

Surviving Divorce Beyond the fear and pain, it's possible to forge new relationships–by keeping in mind the things that matter most. By Wendy S. Williams.

Map of the Stars See the homes of Washington's movers and shakers. By Jennifer Palan and Jayne O'Donnell.

Great Hair Looking for the perfect cut and color? Here are the salons that do it best. Plus–what men like about women's hair, celebrity makeovers, and more. Edited by Sherri Dalphonse.

Summer and Smoke Blockhead cooks outdoors. By Richard Victory.

A Degree That's Hot What an MBA can do for you–plus a guide to the area's continuing-education programs. By Alicia Abell.

Dining Out, Cheap Eats, What's New, Wine Adviser

Finding a Good List A guide to the best restaurant wine lists. By Ann Berta.

Going for the Goal Doug Ulman survived cancer and now wants to help other young athletes stay healthy. By Chuck Salter.

Luxury Apartments, Luxury Homes

Singles Party With a Purpose. By Lorna Campbell.

First Person Hair Peace. By Cynthia Hacinli.