Arlington Magazine - July-August 2014 June 9, 2014 Arlington Magazine Staff Most Expensive Home Sales: April 2014 Arlington Magazine Staff, A Langley Forest home garnered $3.4 million. Seeing Stars Charlotte Safavi, August 1 is no ordinary day in Rosslyn's Dark Star Park. What Arlington is Reading Arlington Magazine Staff, Top-selling books at the Barnes & Noble in Clarendon as of May 12, compared with Barnes & Noble stores nationwide and online at www.bn.com Pike Dreams Les Shaver, Columbia Pike’s road to revitalization will create winners and losers. But it’s still unclear who will fall into which category. Games People Play Ed Gibbs, Some folks go to bars for fun. Others join forces to build, save, conquer or destroy entire civilizations. Home Plate Walter Nicholls, Locally grown Asian vegetables, healthy vending machine snacks and home-cooked meals to go. Running Rampant Adrienne Wichard-Edds, What compels thousands of us to hit the roads and trails, day after day? Stress? Friendship? Health? Survival? For many, it's all of the above. Funny Business Jenny Sokol, Laughter yoga? What on earth is that all about? Get In Gear Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Planning a hiking, camping or climbing trip? Make Casual Adventure your first stop. Extraordinary Teen Awards 2014 Arlington Magazine Staff, The future is looking bright as these students find their calling. Strawberry Jam Madelyn Rosenberg, A guitar, a chance encounter and a serendipitous rise to fleeting fame Gone with the Wind Amy Brecount White, Set a course for adventure on a Chesapeake Bay boat-and-breakfast tour. Cold Front Jessica Strelitz, Dreaming of something frozen to beat the heat? These sweet spots have your summer cravings covered. Summer Music Guide Arlington Magazine Staff, Where to go for live tunes when the temperature rises—from cool clubs to outdoor music festivals Restaurant Review: The Liberty Tavern Walter Nicholls, Clarendon’s ever-popular tavern has a new chef.