Arlington Magazine - November/December 2020 October 18, 2020 Erin Roby Great Spaces: A Heavenly Ceiling Jennifer Sergent, This great room takes exquisite carpentry to new heights. Buy a Juice, Donate Produce Sydney Johnson, South Block's Fruitful Planet initiative is tackling food insecurity. Shop Local: All That Yazz Rina Rapuano, Yasmine Bandali-Alvarado's artisanal soaps have an eco-mission. 6 Spots for Winter Stargazing Kim O’Connell, These dark places offer ample views of the night sky, away from the urban glare. The Pastor and the Pandemic Mike M. Ahlers, Glen Evans would rather be in Honduras. Even with the threat of Covid. Dragonfly Spies Matt Blitz, Is it an insect? Or a drone? If you're near CIA headquarters you can't be too sure. Cooler Than Your Average Townhouse Jenny Sullivan, Retro-industrial accents and modern furnishings give this end unit the feeling of an urban loft. Covid's Ripple Effects Lisa Kaplan Gordon, These area residents didn't become sick from the coronavirus, but their lives were changed by it. Rethinking the Pumpkin Spice Latte David Hagedorn, Here's a new way to enjoy this fall tradition: Break it down. Hip-Hop for Cello Sydney Johnson, Ever heard The Weeknd on strings? Meet Arlington musician and TikTok sensation Andrew Savoia. Shop Local: HB Fiori Rina Rapuano, Order Hermon Black's stunning arrangements to brighten someone's day—or your holiday table. 13.1 Miles Toward Social Justice Sydney Johnson, This half marathon fundraiser focused on more than fitness. The training included conversations about race. Top Dentists Arlington Magazine, Looking for an outstanding oral surgeon, dentist or orthodontist? Here are our area's most respected dental health experts, as nominated by their professional peers. Race and Rebuilding Jenny Sullivan, Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Arlington is proudly progressive, yet its schools, neighborhoods and police records tell a different story about race. Where do we go from here? To Beirut, With Love Sydney Johnson, Lebanese Taverna supports relief efforts with hummus sales. August's Most Expensive Home Sales Arlington Magazine, The top-sellers included a $2.28 million home in Cherrydale. Touch and Go Amanda Long, My place of employment is open now, but I'm not there. None of the choices feel good. American Barbecue With Asian Flavors? Yes, Please. David Hagedorn, Wild Tiger is a pop-up concept that's not to be missed.