Arlington Magazine - November-December 2016 October 11, 2016 Arlington Magazine Staff Great Spaces: Master Bath Envy Jennifer Sergent, An Arlington master bath makeover by TriVista USA shows the magic of clean lines. Neighborhood Watch: November/December 2016 Laurie McClellan, Falls Church's Santamobile, Arlington's favorite Christmas trees, a moving poetry contest and a cool, new play space for tots. Get Away: Holiday Escapes 2016 Christine Koubek Flynn, Chesapeake Bay Boat Parades, Snow Season Escapes and a Mayflower Makeover in D.C. Gift Alert: White Peach Pottery Adrienne Wichard-Edds, The Falls Church ceramic studio has some of the prettiest little pots and vases you'll ever see. What Arlington is Reading Arlington Magazine Staff, Books make great holiday gifts. Here are some of the current titles that everyone is talking about. Try These Winter-Themed Beverage Parties David Hagedorn, Local beer, wine and spirits experts talk home entertaining. Navigating National Airport's Lost and Found Ellen Ryan, You wouldn't believe some of the things passengers leave behind at airport security. But Nakia Martin would. Cheesetique Offers Take-Home Fondue David Hagedorn, You'll find it at the cheesemonger's shops in Ballston, Shirlington and Del Ray. Can Tech Startups Reinvent Arlington's Economy? Tamara Lytle, With federal dollars drying up in Arlington, county leaders are hoping to build a new and different business landscape. Most Expensive Home Sales: August 2016 Arlington Magazine Staff, The latest ringers include a home on Lorcom Lane that sold for $2.37 million. Looking for Cool Holiday Gifts? Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Find one-of-a-kind pieces by local artists at these upcoming craft shows and holiday markets. Tales of a Therapy Dog Laura Hayes, Think your life is busy? This Falls Church canine holds down three jobs. The Making of a Musical at Signature Theatre Cathy Alter, How a simple idea for a business startup turned into Silver Belles, a full-blown stage production. Moving from Tehran to Arlington Wasn't Easy. But There's No Going Back. Mehrnaz Samimi, A local writer discusses the immigrant experience. And what many Americans still don't know about Iran. What's Baking at Junction Bakery & Bistro David Hagedorn, How co-owner Nathan Hatfield got his start. And what's in the oven now. Arlington Needs More Schools. Are Tax Hikes Inevitable? Emily Schwartz Greco, How will the county pay for new school construction if school bonds no longer enough? Backyard Retreats Scott Sowers, These homeowners wanted to get out of the house for a little breathing room. But they didn't have to go far. Historic Cemeteries to Visit in the DMV Laurie McClellan, These famous burying grounds in Virginia, Maryland and D.C. offer curious lore and a taste of the macabre. Hendricks Barber Shop: Where Guys Get Cleaned Up Adrienne Wichard-Edds, The gentlemen's salon in Clarendon offers cuts, trims and hot-lather shaves. Restaurant Review: Live Oak David Hagedorn, Chef Justus Frank brings Charleston-inspired cooking to Del Ray. Shop Local, Do Good with Care for Kids Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Enjoy discounts at area shops and restaurants while supporting Children's National Health System.