Arlington Magazine - November/December 2022 October 13, 2022 Erin Roby Find Your Hygge Place at These Cozy Winter Retreats Christine Koubek Flynn, Escape to an artsy inn, a romantic B&B or a chalet in the woods. Then let it snow. From Arlington to Nirvana Kim O’Connell, Music producer Barrett Jones got his start recording punk bands in Arlington. Now his discography includes some of the biggest names in rock, grunge and folk. Great Spaces: A Picture-Perfect Powder Room Jennifer Shapira, This Rosslyn half bath captures many happy memories from the owner's Instagram feed. Jilted on the Job Pamela Lessard, Sometimes professional relationships run their course. Like that time a client broke up with me via drunk text. Shop Local: M. Jury Woodworks Colleen Kennedy, Mike Jury's handcrafted furniture draws inspiration from Shaker and Japanese design. Eat This Now: Kabobs at Maman Joon Kitchen David Hagedorn, Feed a crowd with skewered meats, saffron rice and other Persian specialties, plus 75 kinds of milkshakes. Get Away: The Fairville Inn in Pennsylvania's Brandywine Valley Christine Koubek Flynn, Cozy up by the fire and escape to botanical wonderlands at Longwood Gardens and Winterthur this holiday season. How to Upcycle Outdated Jewelry Into Wearable Art Stephanie Kanowitz, It's a family heirloom, but it's not your style. Dominion Jewelers can help you transform it. 'When You Take Pride in Your Work, People See That' Tamar Abrams, Arlington's Floyd Washington is an essential worker in more ways than one. Get Away: Museum of Broadway in New York City Christine Koubek Flynn, Theater lovers rejoice! The Manhattan museum opens in mid-November in the heart of Times Square. UnCommon Luncheonette Does Breakfast Poutine and Killer Sandwiches David Hagedorn, The daytime dining concept by restaurateur Joon Yang and chef Jon Mathieson is New York diner-meets-French café. Our New Attitudes About Work Helen Partridge, For many professionals, Covid was a reckoning. The way we earn a living may never be the same again. Letter from the Publisher Greg Hamilton, It’s 4:15 p.m. on a weekday and my friend Jimmy and I are driving north on 95, heading to Philadelphia. Jim scored last-minute Pearl Jam tickets and invited me to go. If I still worked in an office with a… Get Away: 134 Prince in Annapolis Christine Koubek Flynn, The owners of this boutique hotel wanted to impart the kind of luxury sensibility one might find in Charleston, South Carolina, or Newport, Rhode Island. All Hail the Dad Band Matt Mendelsohn, Manther has been rocking Arlington since 2010 with hilarious tunes and a drum beat of self-deprecation. Restaurant Review: Bar Ivy David Hagedorn, Chef Jonathan Till transforms mid-Atlantic ingredients into stunning West Coast-inspired dishes in Clarendon. A Rare Cancer, a Promising Treatment and a Backup Plan Wendy Kantor, His daughter's best friend had a 50-50 prognosis. So Paul Romness started a biotech company to change the odds. Best Places to Work 2022 Lisa Rabasca Roepe, Whatever the secret sauce may be, these companies have it—from wellness programs and paid sabbaticals to subsidized childcare. Top Attorneys 2022 Arlington Magazine, Sometimes you need a lawyer. Here are our area’s most respected attorneys as nominated by their peers in the legal community.