Arlington Magazine - July-August 2019 June 17, 2019 Arlington Magazine To the Moon and Back Matt Blitz, These are no ordinary trees. Their seeds went to outer space. For Local Arts Groups, the Struggle for Funding is Real Kim O’Connell, Many local arts organizations face perennial funding and space issues that threaten their existence. Can they survive? Capon Springs & Farms: A Place for Old-Fashioned Fun Melanie D.G. Kaplan, Family-style dinners, sing-alongs, lawn games and natural springs have lured families to this West Virginia resort for generations. Top Doctors Arlington Magazine, Our area's most respected physicians, as nominated by their peers and vetted by a rigorous screening process. Ice Cream Jubilee Has Cool Summer Flavors David Hagedorn, The scoop shop with locations in Ballston and Tysons offers options like whiskey toasted marshmallow, marionberry and honey lemon lavender. Extraordinary Teen Awards 2019 Arlington Magazine, Prepare to be humbled. From a tech entrepreneur with patents pending to a 'Voice' contestant, these local students are on a path to greatness. Restaurant Review: Yume Sushi David Hagedorn, Skip the omakase tasting menu. Here's what you should order. This Nail Salon is Nontoxic Adrienne Wichard-Edds, Nothing in Between Nail Bar in Falls Church seeks to set a new industry standard. April's Most Expensive Home Sales Arlington Magazine, Top-sellers included a 6-bedroom home in McLean's Woodside Estates neighborhood that sold for $3.19 million. Another Reason to Try Hot Lola's Chicken David Hagedorn, Kevin Tien's Nashville-meets-Sichuan chicken joint at Ballston Quarter supports fair wages and LGBTQ rights. The Dad of Intentions Kerry Leddy Malawista, My dad wasn't the same at the end. That's not how I want to remember him.