Arlington Magazine - May-June 2014 April 14, 2014 Arlington Magazine Staff Home Plate Walter Nicholls, Pig roasts, Mother's Day tea and homemade gin. What Arlington is Reading Arlington Magazine Staff, Top-selling books at the Barnes & Noble in Clarendon as of March 3, compared with Barnes & Noble stores nationwide and online at www.bn.com Family Matters Cecilia Cassidy, Living in a multigenerational household can be an economic necessity. It can also be a lot of fun. Dead Center Les Shaver, McLean’s residents have been calling for a new-and-improved shopping and dining district for more than a decade. So why is its revitalization stuck in neutral? Bones to Pick Madelyn Rosenberg, How do you pack up a 68-million-year-old dinosaur for safe storage? Ask Steve Jabo. Eclectic Power Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Stifel & Capra is artsy, down-to-earth and full of surprises. Hoppy Days Nevin Martell, Move over, wine list. Craft beer has come into its own. Growth Potential Jessica Strelitz, What happens when local chefs try their hand at microfarming? Sometimes the hard work yields a sweet taste of success. Other times it’s just toil and trouble. Town Jewel Laurie McClellan, In friendly Shepherdstown, W.Va., you’ll feel right at home. Hot Dishes Walter Nicholls, What’s in demand right now? Seven local establishments share their most coveted spring selections. Secret Stash Wendy Kantor, If you’re looking for a gorilla suit or a poodle skirt, Allen Smith may have it. Lawn Gone Amy Brecount White, Is your grass giving you heartache? Getting rid of it might be good for your sanity and the environment. Good Medicine Tamar Abrams, A pediatrician finds healing words in the writing life. Lyme Light Laurie McClellan, Doctors couldn’t agree on the cause of my husband’s debilitating symptoms, much less how to treat them. Now, new estimates on the prevalence of Lyme disease are bringing the debate to the forefront. Most Expensive Home Sales: February 2014 Arlington Magazine Staff, A Douglas Park home sold for $1.19 million.