Arlington Magazine - September-October 2012 August 10, 2012 Arlington Magazine Staff It's a Colorful Life Catherine Funkhouser, Claire Messinger's eclectic home proves that family-style interiors don’t have to be style-free. Points and Rebounds Amy Brecount White, Coach and mentor Chummy Gill teaches kids to shoot for success—in life. Hot Stuff Wendy Kantor, Meet Treva Harte. She sells sex in the suburbs. Fresh Take Virginia Myers, UVA and Monticello aren’t the only attractions in Charlottesville. It’s also a locavore’s paradise. College Can Wait Amy Brecount White, Many local high school grads are taking a break before heading to college. But they aren’t sitting on the couch watching TV. Living History Sue Eisenfeld, For longtime Cherrydale resident Kathryn Holt Springston, historic preservation isn’t just a cause. It’s a lifestyle. War and the Roses Kris Coronado, Discover one little acre that's packed with 2,600 rose bushes and lots of wartime history. Home Plate September/October 2012 Walter Nicholls, Speakeasies, sweets on the go, and more How to Do Consignment Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Whether you’re looking to buy couture at a discount, or offload a fashion purchase that didn’t work out, these consignment shops have your number. Crowd Control Alison Rice, Arlington’s public schools are running out of room. Will the school board’s $474 million plan solve the space crunch fast enough? Game On Rebecca Cooper, Where can you go to watch sports around town? Here’s the lineup. Lessons Learned Arlington Magazine Staff, Kids aren’t the only ones who learn something new every day. Six veteran educators share their best takeaways. Restaurant Review: Green Pig Bistro Walter Nicholls, Clarendon's newest bistro serves up daring dishes in a space that makes diners feel at home.