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September 1998 Washingtonian Magazine Contents – Fall Weekends

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Capital Comment Gus and Sonny not talking . . . Summer perks for lawyers-to-be . . . Two Michelin-starred chefs.


Where & When Guggenheim retrospective . . . Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at Arena Stage . . . Children's Festival at Wolf Trap.

Among Friends Earl Harrison on Quaker values, running a school, and the beauty of silence. By Ken Adelman.

Dead On Movies aren't Washington Post critic Stephen Hunter's only target. He also writes books full of gunfire. By Richard Victory.

White House Mom Breast-feeding advice from Tipper, Lamaze tips from Al, and other memories of being a new mother. By Lorraine Voles.

Fall Theater Guide The curtain is going up on a new season, and local theaters are promising some great shows. By Leslie Milk and Chuck Conconi.

Exit Laughing Art Buchwald has been Washington's resident humorist for more than three decades. But the laughter hid a lot of pain. By Andrew Glass.

First Class A teacher makes the first year of school magical. By Diane Granat.

Far and Away National Geographic's Jim Stanfield captures an exotic world on film.

Young Guns Forty top lawyers under 40. By Kim I. Eisler.

What To Do About Allergies Washingtonians are allergic to just about everything. Here's a guide to dealing with it, plus the area's best allergists. By Laura Elliott.

Easy Pieces What to wear with fall's must-have skirt. By Wati Alvarez-Correa.

Fall Weekends The Shenandoah is fall's top destination. Here's where to go and what to do–plus a fold-out map. Edited by Sherri Dalphonse.

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

Wisdom Truth and Consequences at 70. By Victor Gold.


Luxury Homes

Singles 'Round Midnight. By Courtney Rubin.

First Person Home Work. By Jennifer Mendelsohn.