June 2000 Washingtonian Magazine Contents – Cheap Eats

Capital Comment Bob Dole backs a DC Democrat . . . Reliable Source girlfriend gets good ink . . . Who owns the lobbyists?

Where & When Norman Rockwell at the Corcoran . . . Shakespeare under the stars . . . Music galore . . . Folklife Festival on the Mall.

What Do You Think? An editorial-page editor looks back on how to help readers see more clearly and how journalism has changed. By Ken Adelman.

Getting Your Eyes Fixed She researched and wrote an article about laser eye surgery, then had it herself. Here's how she sees things now. By Alicia Abell.

Watch Your Back Republican pros wonder if George W.'s Texas insiders are a match for Al Gore's seasoned knife-fighters. By Nick Daniels.

Flying High Dulles Airport is our vital link to the rest of the world. The 18,000 people who run it do everything from greeting VIPs to looking for smugglers, from unloading tulips to checking for bombs. By Larry Van Dyne.

Secrets of Korean Success Korean-Americans sacrifice to give their children the American dream. The kids wonder if they'll live up to expectations. By Brooke Lea Foster.

Saving Faces Robert Barron once used his artistic genius to create disguises for spies. Now he uses it to help people feel whole. By Robert Andrews.

Dance With Me Partner dancing is back, from the jitterbug and lindy hop to salsa and the bop. Here's where to make the moves. By Lisa Page.

Searching for My Birth Mother The author was adopted, and all her life she longed to know the woman who gave her up. It took 12 years to find her. By Denise Kersten.

Cheap Eats The area's 100 best bargain restaurants, plus great bargain dishes. By David Dorsen, Cynthia Hacinli, Thomas Head, and Robert Shoffner.

Best Bites A restaurant in Garfinckel's, superlative crabcakes, perfect cheeses.

Wedding Guide Where do today's well-traveled couples go for a honeymoon? By Thomas Head, Sherri Dalphonse, and Adrienne Wichard.

Benefits Summer fun, from barbecues to Best & Worst. By Maggie Wimsatt.

Sun and Shade Daylilies and hostas are opposites, but both are easy, come in great variety, and make a beautiful garden. By Linda Greider.

Award-Winning Homes The annual Washingtonian Residential Design Awards. By Ellen Ryan.

Luxury Homes Mort Zuckerman sells DC house for $3.25 million. By Deborah Hearns.

First Person I'm not Cynthia–but thanks for calling. By Robert Hodierne.

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