Arlington Magazine - July/August 2020 June 9, 2020 Erin Roby Take Me To the River Jennifer Sergent, Situated on a tributary of the Chesapeake Bay, this vacation home has wraparound views. The 230-Year Old Piece of History in the Backyard Matt Blitz, Ten of D.C.'s original boundary stones are in Arlington, Falls Church and McLean. Great Spaces: Feels Like Wine Country Jennifer Sergent, These outdoor spaces evoke the aesthetic of Napa and Sonoma. Bundles of Joy Arlington Magazine, Honoring the memory of a mother lost and supporting low-income moms and their newborns. More Than Window Dressing Arlington Magazine, When the pandemic hit, local artists turned these storefronts into colorful beacons of hope. 8 Made-Local Gift Ideas Arlington Magazine, Brighten someone's day with these handcrafted wares by makers in your community. Community Rallies Around Hospital Workers Arlington Magazine, "I've never seen anything like it in 30+ years," says Anthony Burchard, president of the Virginia Hospital Center Foundation. Guide to Giving 2020 Arlington Magazine, These local nonprofits are providing support to those hit hardest by the pandemic. Here's how you can support them. Try These Family-Style Meals to Go Jenny Sullivan, Takeout options exploded during quarantine. Some are so popular they may be here to stay. Extraordinary Teen Awards 2020 Rina Rapuano, Jenny Sullivan, Even in dark times, there is hope. These recent graduates are the kinds of future leaders we need. April's Most Expensive Homes Arlington Magazine, Sales were slow in some ZIP codes, but the top-sellers did include an Arlington Ridge home that sold for $2.5 million.