Arlington Magazine - September/October 2021 August 16, 2021 Erin Roby Shop Local: Luna Maya Macramé Rina Rapuano, The retro fiber art is making a comeback. Think wall hangings, yoga-mat carriers, handbags, nursery mobiles and more. Designing With Animal Prints Jennifer Shapira, The owners of this Cherrydale home love vivid colors, patterns and wild creatures. It shows in the décor. Where Arlington's Class of 2021 Applied to College and Got In Arlington Magazine, Here are the numbers, as reported by graduating seniors. Xander Tilock and the Wonders of Drive-Through Theater Sydney Johnson, When stages went dark due to Covid, the Encore Stage & Studio veteran took his show outside. Helping Cancer Patients Keep Their Hair Sydney Johnson, When Liz Lord started chemotherapy, cold capping saved her hair. Now she's helping others gain access to the same technology. Closing the Opportunity Gap in Schools Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Even in progressive Arlington, white students have opportunities that many students of color don't have. How do we change that? Amazon Is Fueling A Higher-Education Boom Tamara Lytle, University campuses are proliferating in Northern Virginia to meet demand for tech talent. Remembering September 11 Kim O’Connell, The attacks 20 years ago left Arlington and our nation forever changed. Teachers We Love Eliza Tebo Berkon, Lisa Lednicer, They somehow continued to engage and inspire our children, even when classrooms were closed. A Moment of Truth on AGT Sydney Johnson, An Arlington back-up singer uses her 5 minutes of TV fame to promote body positivity. A Fresh Place to Do Lunch (or Cocktails) David Hagedorn, Find avocado toast, grain bowls, green smoothies and craft cocktails at Roots Provisions & Grocery. Where to Buy French Pastries by a Former White House Chef David Hagedorn, Find Patrice Olivon's J'Aime Madeleine at these local farmers markets. Football Is For Girls Madelyn Rosenberg, In the world of flag, the Virginia Hurricanes are known as the team to beat. War Is Hell. Baseball Affirmed Their Humanity. Nikki Toyama-Szeto, I had relatives on both sides of World War II. They all loved the game. Get Away: Lokal Hotel Christine Koubek, This Cape May destination is like a cross between an Airbnb and a beachy boutique hotel. Restaurant Review: Mattie & Eddie's David Hagedorn, Chef Cathal Armstrong pays homage to his Dubliner grandparents at a new pub in Westpost.