Bethesda

  • Chefs, chefs and more chefs!

    There are chefs in the kitchen, chefs behind the bar, and even chefs who oversee all the food offerings at your favorite hotels.

  • Nora Pouillon to be honored and Bethesda to be tasted

    Famed local chef Nora Pouillon will be honored at the FreshFarm Feast gala and a Taste of Bethesda returns with an updated lineup of local eateries.

  • List of Bethesda eateries keeps expanding

    Soon-to-open restaurants in Bethesda and a line of infused vodkas from South Carolina.

  • Army Col. Anthony Meador: Pending construction plans for Walter Reed Bethesda campus

    Most buildings outlive their usefulness and get torn down. That’s about to happen to five buildings on the Walter Reed Bethesda campus. Army Col. Anthony Meador, assistant chief of staff at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to discuss where the wrecking ball will hit next.

  • Honest Tea’s DC roots based on values

    The co-founder of Honest Tea came to Washington, D.C. for the politics, but stayed for the values-driven economy.

  • Ricardo Herring, Director of Facilities Planning, National Institutes of Health

    The National Institutes of Health’s massive Bethesda campus is going to undergo quite the facelift over the next couple of decades. NIH has put together a 20-year, 500-page plan for the campus that will include 17 new buildings. Ricardo Herring, the director of the Division of Facilities Planning at NIH, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive with more on what NIH is planning.