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Charlottean of the Year 2014 (Volunteer): Rick McDermott

He gets up earlier than most other people. He goes to bed later than most other people. And in the hours in between, he spends his life giving to other people

Charlottean of the Year 2014 (Philanthropy): Six Charities Worth Your Dollar

This is a generous city. A recent study in the Chronicle of Philanthropy ranked the Charlotte metro area ninth among large American cities for the percentage of income its residents give to charity. But how do you know where to give? Start here. These groups provide healthy food, mentoring, after-school tutoring, and help paying the bills

Charlottean of the Year 2014 (Public Service): Anne Tompkins

She prosecuted the mayor. She investigated Saddam Hussein’s regime. She can be stern. But for Anne Tompkins, bringing justice brings her joy
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More >> Restaurants

Treehouse Whiskey & Fork

Break out the smoked meat, pour a whiskey drink, and dream a little bit at this whimsical new restaurant in SouthPark

Musical Chairs at Bakersfield

It’s all about the honky-tonk at this spot, now serving up Mexican food in Dilworth
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More >> Arts & Events

Room to Grow: Union Shop Studio

Local artists convert a Wilkinson Boulevard warehouse into shared space
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The 2014 Holiday Gift Guide

Everyone has different hopes for what the holidays might bring. Here, we imagine seven Charlotteans, from the philanthropist to the naturalist to the skateboarding teenager, composing their wish lists for the season.
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Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

‘Because I’m Through Being Cool’: Fatherhood and Saves the Day

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Dip-Dyed Napkins

Add a personal, hand-crafted touch to your Thanksgiving table

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Vegan Home Delivery Goes Statewide

With the click of a button, Nourish brings delicious, healthy food to your doorstep -- regardless of whether or not you reside in Charlotte

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Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

The Weekday Roundup: Mythbusters, Actor's Theatre, & Thanksgiving Parade

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Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

Symphony and Circus: Five Questions with Cirque Musica

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

What the Hell ...?

We check back in with Baker Mitchell and his chain of charter schools, which demonstrate again that they may well be nuts.

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Black and Blue Review 2

Bill Voth on the Carolina Panthers

Panthers Remain Positive

It sounds like typical rah-rah talk, but it's Ron Rivera's job to make the Panthers believe they can make the playoffs, even if you don't.

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Loofahs at Windcrest Farm

Saturday's class in Monroe is full of information about this interesting plant and its fruit

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Wine Dinners at Fig Tree

The Elizabeth eatery, The Fig Tree, has been hosting wine dinners for patrons - all of which have been selling out fast.

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Dusk Till Dawn

Jarvis Holliday Chronicles Charlotte's Nightlife and Social Scene, Straight No Chaser

Red Hot Turkey Bash, Moonshine Fest, Blank Canvas Fashion Show, Onesie Party, and More - Nov. 20-23

Time is flying. Are you having fun? If you aren't, it's not because there's a shortage of fun events to get into. Check out your social itinerary.

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Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

100 Words Film Festival & This Weekend in Charlotte

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Black and Blue Review 2

Bill Voth on the Carolina Panthers

Bye Week Plans

The Panthers have played a game every week since early September, and perhaps some time off will help them win a game for the first time since early October.

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Third Birthday for The Boulevard

The South End shop celebrates with a laid-back party and merchandise discounts

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

Goodbye, Mr. Voller

Randy Voller won't seek re-election as the North Carolina Democratic Party chairman. He won't be missed.

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

5Church Heads South

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Dusk Till Dawn

Jarvis Holliday Chronicles Charlotte's Nightlife and Social Scene, Straight No Chaser

Dusk Till Dawn Social Series - Nov. 19 at Enso

Charlotte magazine’s monthly event series invites guests to one of the EpiCentre’s most popular venues.

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

Territorial Pissings

By custom, Pat Cotham ought to be the next Mecklenburg County commission chair. George Dunlap is preemptively and publicly angry about this—and it's getting aggravating.

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Prepare for the Chill

As colder temperatures sweep in this week, make sure you, your home, and your yard are ready

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

"Tuscan" Author Ventures into Winemaking

This week, you can meet author Frances Mayes while she discusses her new line of Tuscan wines at the Harris Teeter on Morrison Blvd Saturday, November 22.

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Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

The Weekday Roundup: Justin Townes Earle, Celtic Thunder, & The Charlotte International Auto Show

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