Arlington Magazine - July-August 2012 July 17, 2012 Arlington Magazine Staff Sleepless in the Suburbs Jenny Rough, Some see insomnia as the new normal. Are we victims of our own bad habits? Backyard Bliss Kim O’Connell, Three distinctive spaces redefine outdoor living in Arlington. Call of the Wild Madelyn Rosenberg, Conservationist Jeff Flocken speaks for the animals. Especially those whose numbers are diminishing. The Sound of Silence Kim O’Connell, When our son stopped speaking, we found new ways to listen. Fields of (Big) Dreams Nigel Maynard, Where do baseball legends come from? Visit a minor league ballpark this summer and you may see one in the making. Big House on Campus Christy Ullrich, Its original owner was the personal physician to two U.S. presidents. Now the house is overrun with college students. Driven to Extremes Arlington Magazine Staff, Tired of the gym? Sick of the same boring exercise routine? Staying in shape doesn’t have to be monotonous. It certainly isn’t for these eight Arlingtonians. Spy Games Laurie McClellan, A bag o' cash and a botched sting operation: That time notorious FBI double-agent Robert Hanssen wasn't apprehended in Arlington. Restaurant Review: 2941 Walter Nicholls, Decadent but dressed down, 2941 waves good-bye to the white-glove fuss of its former self. Home Plate July/August 2012 Walter Nicholls, Latin cuisine, wine shops and more One More Page Books: A Novel Concept Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Whether you’re looking to geek out with fellow bibliophiles, indulge your sweet tooth or feed your latest obsession, this indie bookstore has it all. From Yucatán, With Love Christopher Durso, Part business and part art, District Taco has found a recipe that keeps fans coming back for more. Pit Bosses Jessica Strelitz, Hankering for barbecue? Don’t miss these smokin’ hot spots where pigs (and a few cows) fly.