Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
7758 Wisconsin Avenue • Bethesda, MD 20814
Phone: (301) 656-1188 • Fax: (301) 907-8941
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News Center

  • New casual dining spot opening in Bethesda

    Bethesda diners looking for an affordable, friendly place to eat will have a new dining destination, when Not Your Average Joe's opens a Bethesda branch later this month.

  • Flying V presents another evening of theatre

    The Flying V theatre in Bethesda has followed up its 2014 Flying V Fights: Love is a Battlefield offering by creating another mix-tape evening, this time to examine the idea of heroes and monsters, and how they are perceived.

  • Bethesda deli adds outdoor bar and patio

    The only Jewish-style deli in Bethesda, Heckman's Delicatessen, which opened in May, 2014, recently opened an outdoor bar and patio.

  • New gym kick started in Bethesda

    A local kickboxing and boxing fan has solved the problem of his gym closing by opening up another one of his own.

  • Movie house trio right at home in Bethesda

    Dinner and a movie used to mean going to a film, and then stopping at a restaurant either before or after the show. Today though, it is possible for film-goers to have dinner right in the movie house, and Bethesda is home to three luxurious new venues where this increasingly-popular concept is available to patrons.

  • Bethesda to host gala concert

    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) will celebrate its 10th anniversary this month, and plans to mark the occasion with a concert in Bethesda.

  • Bethesda considers going green

    Downtown Bethesda might soon be the first green urban area in Montgomery County, if it follows a pilot program that is part of the 20-year plan for the area.

  • Dining option moves in to vacant Bethesda building

    A new casual dining placeNot Your Average Joe'sis moving into the Georgetown Square Shopping Center in Bethesda.

  • Developer rethink sees residential building planned in Bethesda

    Donahoe Cos. Inc., which is developing a Woodmont Central project that comprises three buildings totaling 580,000 square feet, has had a change of mind about one of the buildings.

  • Bethesda mixed-use center welcomes new arrivals

    At Lot 31 on Bethesda Row, a development that mixes restaurants and retailers, new stores and restaurants are getting ready to join the existing tenants.