Arlington Magazine - May/June 2020 April 19, 2020 Erin Roby Get Away: Shenandoah National Park Christine Koubek Flynn, Not a camper? Try the lodges at Big Meadows and Skyland. Once There Was a Segregation Wall in Arlington Matt Blitz, A historic landmark crumbles in Halls Hill, and is the better for it. Biking the GAP Trail Amy Brecount White, Small towns, picturesque scenery and history. The Great Allegheny Passage has all that and more. Gift Alert: Flowers That Keep on Giving Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Botanologica is offering seasonal bouquet subscriptions lasting three or six weeks. The next one begins June 20. View From the Bench Lisa Kaplan Gordon, Judge George D. Varoutsos has presided over Arlington County's 17th District Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court since 1998. He's seen some things. The Storied History of Chain Bridge Matt Blitz, Spanning a narrow stretch of the Potomac, this local landmark has provided passage for Civil War soldiers, bootleggers and more. Great Spaces: A Clever Way to Store Wine Jennifer Sergent, This magical closet under the stairs isn't a holding cell for Harry Potter. It's a wine cellar. A Hollywood Glam Townhouse Makeover Jennifer Sergent, Penny Rutledge is vivacious and witty. So is her sense of style. Language Lessons Sravya Tadepalli, I stopped learning my parents' native tongue at a young age. Now I regret it. Poison Peanuts and Killer Cupcakes Lisa Lednicer, Nearly 8% of U.S. kids have a food allergy. It makes life complicated. And sometimes scary. Gift Alert: Luna Mar Creative Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Kathy McIntire's ocean-inspired jewelry is made in Arlington. Fashion Find: Agents in Style Adrienne Wichard-Edds, You can shop this Crystal City consignment boutique's couture pieces online. February's Most Expensive Home Sales Arlington Magazine, The top-sellers included a home on Military Road that sold for $2.68 million. 7 Beautiful Virginia Hikes Kim O’Connell, Need some exercise and a change of scenery? Head to these wide open spaces.