November 1998 Washingtonian Magazine Contents – Great Food To Go

Capital Comment This year's biggest turkeys . . . The woman behind Hillary's hair . . . Posties clash over scandal beat.

Where & When "Edo"–the other hot show in town . . . Christopher Plummer in Barrymore . . . Brandywine Valley getaways.

Lessons From a Divorce Lawyer Marna Tucker talks about splitting up. Interview by Ken Adelman.

Remembering Max In his last days, TV anchor Max Robinson came home to Washington, where he was still loved. By Lisa Page.

Border Skirmishes Some Virginians want to beat Maryland Governor Parris Glendening–and make the Free State more like their own. By Harry Jaffe.

Safety in Numbers You don't have to be a PhD to enjoy these math and physics books. By Richard Victory.

New Ways to Fight Cancer Patients are adding acupuncture, herbs, vitamins, and other alternatives to traditional cancer treatments. Here's the latest on all the weapons you can use to fight cancer. By Laura Elliott.

The Passion of Frederick Hart Washington's most famous sculptor has always been a maverick, a defender of classical beauty, and an operator. By Barbara Matusow.

And to My Ungrateful Son . . . Here are tales of how lots of money left behind in wills can create lots of trouble. By Larry Van Dyne.

Winning Where It Counts Redskins star Darrell Green is very fast and very good. But he's even more of a winner off the field. By Dennis Tuttle.

A Cool Million How four brash and geeky kids set out to make their fortunes. By Courtney Rubin.

Great Food To Go Fifty markets with terrific takeout meals, best delivery pizzas, roast chicken, frozen lasagna, and more. Plus, restaurants with delicious food to go. Edited by Thomas Head.

Dining Guide Best of Georgetown

What's New, Dining Out, Wine

Annual Guide to Private Schools

Benefits

Luxury Homes

Singles Swimming With Sharks. By Courtney Rubin.

First Person Alexander Takes the Stage. By Judith Viorst.

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