Arlington Magazine - November/December 2021 October 18, 2021 Eliza Tebo January/February 2022 Eliza Tebo Once It Was Arlington's Hottest Holiday Shopping Destination Kim O’Connell, Seventy years ago, The Hecht Co. department store at Parkington helped transform Arlington's retail landscape. Art in the Time of Covid Sydney Johnson, Images created in isolation for the Falls Church Arts exhibit 'A Year Apart' offer a powerful testament to life during a pandemic. Get Away: The Inn at Leonardtown Christine Koubek Flynn, The boutique hotel provides a central location for exploring historic sites, galleries and shops in St. Mary's County, Maryland. Great Spaces: A Zen Bath Makeover Jennifer Shapira, Space-saving fixtures, hidden storage and a serene palette make this condo bathroom feel bigger than it is. Guide to Giving 2021 Arlington Magazine, Want to make a difference? Consider a donation of time or money to one of these local nonprofits. New York's Mah-Ze-Dahr Bakery Expands to National Landing David Hagedorn, Arlington has a new sweet spot for holiday hostess gifts, bake-at-home pastries and anytime decadence. Get Away: River House at Odette's Christine Koubek Flynn, This glam hotel in New Hope, Pennsylvania was once a rollicking cabaret owned by a Ziegfield Follies dancer. Orphans Abroad Sydney Johnson, A church mission trip sent Josh Leong to Ethiopia. He made a friend—and a film. Letter from the Publisher Greg Hamilton, Giving Back Homeless In Arlington Tamar Abrams, As the pandemic lingers, home has become a workplace, a classroom and a refuge from a deadly virus. What if you don’t have one? Bonding With My Daughter Over History and Headstones Jeffrey Yeates, What started as a public service project became something more personal and more poignant. A New Way to Love Indian Food: Fast-Casual at RASA David Hagedorn, Build a bowl with fillers like chicken tikka, turmeric-ginger shrimp, charred eggplant and masala beets. Top Attorneys 2021 Arlington Magazine, Sometimes you need a lawyer. Here are our area’s most respected attorneys as nominated by their peers in the legal community. Best Places to Work 2021 Stephenie Overman, Sometimes the grass really is greener. Find out why these local employers made our inaugural list. Restaurant Review: Our Mom Eugenia David Hagedorn, This chic, family-owned taverna in the Mosaic District will put you in a Greek state of mind.