Arlington Magazine - July-August 2013 June 14, 2013 Arlington Magazine Staff Home Plate July/August 2013 Walter Nicholls, Discover what's so great about goat, and why an "extra virgin" label does not necessarily promise a superior olive oil. Handle with Care Amy Brecount White, From helicopter moms to snowplow dads, we are more involved in our kids’ lives than ever before. Are we better parents than our parents were? Or have we gone too far? Summer Pastimes Madelyn Rosenberg, Back in the Jazz Age, the Potomac River’s edge was the coolest place to be. Married Without Children Alison Rice, Parenting isn't for everyone. Why are some couples opting out? All the Pretty Horses Virginia Myers, Chincoteague Island offers small-town charm, miles of pristine coastline and something other beaches do not: wild ponies. Pop Fly Kevin Craft, A trip to the ballpark with my dad is no ordinary father-son outing. Great Screen Plays Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Enter the screened porch: a beloved architectural tradition and a flexible space that plays many roles. Fab Rehab Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Love vintage finds but have no time to dig? Let Stylish Patina do the hunting and gathering for you. Dual Fluency Alison Rice, Bobby Hong studied at some of America’s most-renowned medical institutions. But he learned everything he needed to know about people at his parents’ liquor store. Happy Trails Arlington Magazine Staff, You don’t have to travel far for a lovely walk in the woods. Try these local hikes along the Potomac. King of Beers Mike Gruss, There’s always something fun on tap in Devin Hicks’ homegrown hangout. Restaurant Review: Curry Mantra 2 Walter Nicholls, If you crave the flavors of Mumbai, Curry Mantra 2 serves the real deal. Murder in the Village Kris Coronado, With no witnesses and little evidence, the mystery of Carl Diener’s death seemed impossible to solve. But Arlington Detective Rosa Ortiz never gave up.