Arlington Magazine - January-February 2020 December 9, 2019 Erin Roby January/February 2020 Erin Roby Victor Albisu Has a New Ballston Eatery in the Works David Hagedorn, Expect egg-centric dishes and more at Huevos, slated to open this spring. Great Spaces: The Art of the Basement Jennifer Sergent, A lower level gets a bright, pretty makeover. The Coolest Group House in Arlington Matt Blitz, Once it was an opulent castle owned by a reclusive couple. Then it became the ultimate party house. Get Away: Swanendele Inn Christine Koubek Flynn, Worldly furnishings make this St. Mary’s County, Maryland property one-of-a-kind. 7 Questions With Arlington NAACP President Julius Spain Matt Blitz, Criminal justice rights, gentrification and education equality were part of the conversation. A Place for Knitters, Quilters and Fiber Artists Adrienne Wichard-Edds, No room for a home studio? TINT makerspace has arrived in Falls Church. With Strings Attached Lisa Kaplan Gordon, Leo Sushansky's violin performances are fervent and triumphant. Much like his life. Get Away: Shadow Mountain Escape Christine Koubek Flynn, These timber-frame cabins are made for romantic weekends. Milk’s Favorite Cookie Sydney Johnson, Finding that sweet spot in a racial identity that isn’t black or white. Get Away: Graduate State College Christine Koubek Flynn, This boutique hotel next to Penn State is designed for Nittany Lions. This is What a Cardiac Event Feels Like Lisa Kaplan Gordon, Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women in the U.S. Four local women share their stories. 4 Stunning Master Bathrooms Jenny Sullivan, These neutral retreats are elegant studies in texture. Falls Church's Tin Man Matt Blitz, He's been a fixture in The Little City since 1962. Cuckoo for Curiosity Doughnuts David Hagedorn, Find out what all the fuss is about in Tysons. Try Your Luck at These Nearby Casinos Rina Rapuano, A gambling newbie places her bets on adult playgrounds ranging from high style to old-school. October's Most Expensive Home Sales Arlington Magazine, Top sellers included a McLean estate that sold for $5.26 million. Gift Alert: Soultry Statement Jewelry Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Clay is the main material in these Calder-esque pieces by Arlington maker Khadeejah Honesty. Restaurant Review: Thompson Italian David Hagedorn, Katherine and Gabe Thompson have created the kind of restaurant every neighborhood craves.