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Untapped potential: Craft brewers say Maryland laws constrict their industry

(Michael Robinson Chavez / The Washington Post)

Comptroller Peter Franchot again is leading the charge to remove limits on production and sales.

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Report card on school food in Maryland: Lots of C’s, one A, two B’s

(Deb Lindsey / For The Washington Post)

School systems rated on approaches to sugar in meals, salad bars, vending machines, transparency.

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A focus on genuine Vietnamese noodle soup pays off for Pho Real

(Deb Lindsey / For The Washington Post)

$20 DINER | You don’t need to venture to the Eden Center for great pho. You can slurp it in Silver Spring.

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At Gov. Larry Hogan’s cookout, Yumi Hogan’s pork bulgogi wows the crowd

(Sarah L. Voisin / The Washington Post)

The first lady was one of 15 chefs to offer dishes featuring food grown, raised or produced in Maryland.

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Urban Heights review: In Bethesda, this revival needs more reviving

(Dixie D. Vereen / For The Washington Post)

A chef draws inspiration from his time at the defunct Ten Penh, but he’d do better to shake off the past.

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Chez Dior: You don’t have to miss Senegal to feel at home here

(Deb Lindsey / For The Washington Post)

$20 DINER | A homey eatery in Hyattsville caters to transplants, but welcomes everyone.

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Going Out Guide, May 14-20, 2015

(Marketa Ebert / Courtesy of Joe's Movement Emporium)

What’s happening in Prince George’s County and Southern Maryland

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Frankly . . . Pizza! tosses pies that reach for perfection (and come close)

(Deb Lindsey / For The Washington Post)

$20 DINER | Chef Frank Linn displays an obsessive focus at his Kensington pizzeria.

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Kangnam in College Park mutes the communal experience of Korean barbecue

(Astrid Riecken / For The Washington Post)

The $20 Diner wishes it could better handle its two missions — Korean barbecue, sports — or focus on one.

Review

At City Perch, enjoy the bread and desserts — if you can get a moment’s peace

(Scott Suchman / For The Washington Post)

At City Perch in North Bethesda, the wait staff wants to bond. A diner wants to eat. Thankfully, there’s the bread.