Arlington Magazine - November-December 2011 November 23, 2011 Arlington Magazine Staff Green Acres Nancy McKeon, When you stumble onto a piece of heritage property, Rule No. 1 is to treat it with respect. Thy Name Shall Be Arlington Amy Brecount White, How did Arlington get its name? Not as nobly as some believe. Keep the Season Bright Dani James, Avoid cabin fever and get those holiday guests out of the house The Horns Whisperer Amy Brecount White, Got a troubled trumpet? Busted bassoon? Peter Ferrante can fix it. Taming the Feast Sue Eisenfeld, A family of picky eaters finds a recipe for compromise. Addicted to Thin Stacey Colino, When grown women develop eating disorders, the habits are hard to break. "86" the Hole in the Wall Rebecca Cooper, Can Arlington’s mom-and-pop eateries survive in an increasingly upscale restaurant landscape? Rap Sheet Christopher Durso, With offenses ranging from dissing TSA to impersonating Tupac, Remy Munasifi is one of YouTube’s most wanted. Home Plate November/December 2011 Rebecca Cooper, Bakery, Espresso, and more. Old School Alison Rice, Some families revere ATS as the holy grail of magnet schools. One local parent sought to find out why. I'm Not Ron Burgundy Jack Curry, Chuck Todd isn’t your stereotypical newscaster. And yet television cameras can’t seem to get enough of him. Vertical Horizon Les Shaver, Arlington’s popularity is rising, and so are its buildings and real estate prices. When will the county reach maximum density? Restaurant Review: Eventide Walter Nicholls, Eventide serves up inventive dishes in a vintage setting that’s packed with personality. Covet Thy Neighbor's Coolness Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Gallery? Boutique? Girlfriends’ closet? This little shop is all that.