My dad wasn't the same at the end. That's not how I want to remember him.
Arlington Magazine - May-June 2019
It's the reason Arlington officials sometimes can't act autonomously without state approval.
Shopping, shows, theme parks—and indoor skiing!—next to Meadowlands.
The residential-style hotel in Philly's Midtown Village has all the creature comforts of home.
A local institution, the Falls Church restaurant was a national James Beard award semifinalist for outstanding service.
Everything has its place in this pretty workspace.
Gone but not forgotten, Clarendon Grill was a place where life happened.
Dermatologist Lily Talakoub offers a few tips and product picks.
These cool kitchen makeovers will inspire you to get cookin'.
Set in the college town of Farmville, Virginia, it features mid-mod furnishings in a historic brick building.
These dishes are easy to make, packed with flavor and good for you.
Rosslyn resident Nika Smernoff offers calligraphy services and workshops.
Looks what's coming to the cafeteria: healthy dishes created by student chefs.
What you eat and drink (or don't) before bedtime may make a difference.
Eating healthy doesn't have to mean eating in. Try these not-so-guilty pleasures at area restaurants.
The veteran political analyst talks women in office, objectivity in an age of tribal politics, and why she moved to Arlington.
Looking for some historic sites that are a bit off the beaten path? Here's your itinerary.
Owner Nicole Jones knows biscuits. And she has her own take on Southern food.
The congressman representing Virginia's 8th District talks health care, climate change, politics and Amazon.
Now Arlington native Leigh Hauter wonders if this season will be his last.
No one expects to be sexually assaulted. Then it happens.
Top-sellers included a 5-bedroom home in Arlington's Berkshire Oakwood neighborhood that sold for $1.7 million.
Registered dietitian Lisa Muras weighs in on the pros and cons of five popular food regimens.