Arlington Magazine - May-June 2012 May 1, 2012 Arlington Magazine Staff To the Lighthouse Laurie McClellan, Discover maritime history tucked into many an inlet along the Chesapeake’s meandering coastline. Pet Project Bara Vaida, Got joint pain? Seasonal allergies? Acupuncturist Jane Morse may have a cure for what ails you—if you’re a dog or cat, that is. The TGIF Porch Joel Lovelace, Is it Friday yet? If so, the chances are good there’s a party on Joel and Beth’s front steps. Poltergeist Problems Amy Brecount White, Her favorite haunt has been torn down. Now all eyes are on he lookout for Overlee's homeless ghost. Bar Power Les Shaver, Plenty of guys spend their lives chasing girls. Disco king and sports bar legend Michael O’Harro made a career of it. Good Spirits Nevin Martell, Cool cocktails for warm summer nights—coming to a bar near you. Homegrown Empires Rebecca Cooper, For the creators of Arlington’s indie restaurant scene, it’s not just business. It’s personal. Local Flavor Walter Nicholls, Eleven chefs dish on their passions and aversions, their culinary influences and their favorite places to eat, shop and play around town. Parents Gone Wild Gary Karton, When Mom and Dad lose their cool on the sidelines, no one wins. Nobody Bothers Them Adrienne Wichard-Edds, For many Arlingtonians, all roads lead to Jhoon Rhee Tae Kwon Do. Color Your World Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Step away from the black suit, ladies. Periwinkle aims to coax fashion conservatives just slightly out of their comfort zones. Home Plate May/June 2012 Walter Nicholls, Perfect Pies, marmalade, and more. Wine and Dine Jenny Sullivan, A local wine-seller’s home remodel becomes the toast of the town.