Arlington Magazine - September/October 2020 August 17, 2020 Erin Roby Do You Like to Doodle? Jenny Sullivan, Illustrator Zara Gonzalez Hoang does. And she's got a new book out, along with downloadable drawing activities for kids. Shop Local: Soultry Jenny Sullivan, Khadeejah Honesty's travel-inspired statement jewelry will take you places. Getting Scrappy Jenny Sullivan, Arlingtonians donated hundreds of yards of fabric for a community art project. None of it went to waste. Great Spaces: A Room of Many Uses Jennifer Sergent, A tired den is transformed to offer greater functionality—and style. Advocating for At-Risk Kids During a Pandemic Jenny Sullivan, Volunteers with the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program have gotten creative. He Turns Fallen Trees Into Heirloom Furniture Jenny Sullivan, Jeff Spugnardi's pieces are one-of-a-kind and built to last. A Little City T-Shirt With a Big Impact Jenny Sullivan, Sales of the "Falls Church, Better Together" shirts have helped local businesses and families. The Post-Pandemic House Jennifer Sergent, Will Covid-19 change our definitions of home and the design features we want? We asked experts to weigh in. Her Restaurant Is Like Family. Its Fate Hangs in the Balance. David Hagedorn, For Fava Pot owner Dina Daniel, the pandemic has brought heartbreaking choices, and optimism. When Baseball Was Segregated Matt Blitz, Arlington's Black baseball clubs drew crowds in the first half of the 20th century. Where Arlington's Class of 2020 Applied to College and Got In Erin Roby, Here are the numbers, as reported by graduating seniors. Learning the Hard Way Adrienne Wichard-Edds, The abrupt shift to remote instruction was painful, and it played out differently in every household. What did the spring of 2020 teach us? June's Most Expensive Home Sales Arlington Magazine, The top-sellers included an Arlington Ridge home that went for $1.4 million. Kids Were Hungry. This Café Stepped Up. Jenny Sullivan, Good Company Doughnuts has provided more than 3,000 free meals to school-age kids since March. Organizing For Change Lisa Lednicer, Anika and Yolande Kwinana planned several Black Lives Matter protests this summer in Arlington. Now they're turning the conversation to policing.