Arlington Magazine - September-October 2019 August 19, 2019 Amelie Ward Explore Virginia's Eastern Shore Waterways Amy Brecount White, Head to the centuries-old town of Onancock and pick up a kayak or skiff. 8 Questions with Arlington's Parks & Rec Director Matt Blitz, Jane Rudolph offers the lowdown on new projects and competition for green space. Pupatella's Second Arlington Location is Coming David Hagedorn, Here's what the owners had to say about their expansion plans. Why Can't We Let Our Kids Fail? Adrienne Wichard-Edds, It's not easy watching your child cope with a bad grade, a broken friendship or being cut from the team. But intervening can be worse. Take the Kids: Arlington's David M. Brown Planetarium Matt Blitz, Catch one of the celestial shows on its domed ceiling before the facility temporarily shuts down for a year. Get Away: Tusculum Farm Christine Koubek, Hike, fish, chill and eat local at this historic agricultural retreat in Maryland. Restaurant Review: Buena Vida David Hagedorn, Restaurateur Ivan Iricanin takes Mexican to the next level—make that three stories. The Case For Shorter Summer Breaks Lisa Lednicer, Studies show that kids tend to lose math and reading skills during extended vacations. Is there an antidote to so-called 'brain drain'? Arthur Ashe vs. the Amateurs Matt Blitz, How local surgeon Robert Nirschl's videotapes of pro players and club leagues at Washington Golf and Country Club led to a pioneering treatment for tennis elbow. Patsy's American: A New Restaurant With a Familiar Feeling David Hagedorn, There's lots to love about Great American Restaurants' latest concept. June's Most Expensive Home Sales Arlington Magazine, Top-sellers included a 5-bedroom home in Lyon Park that sold for $2.26 million The Death Toll From Mass Shootings Continues to Rise. These Local Moms Have Had Enough. Tamara Lytle, For some members of the Arlington chapter of Moms Demand Action, it's personal.