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Picking Wine Storage That's Right For You

November 2017

Guide: Winter Beer Releases in Charlotte

November 2017

Charlotte’s New Voices

Traditional public institutions are dying or revealing themselves as inadequate. Most of our Charlotteans of the Year are people who, on their own and with no road map, picked up the slack.
November 2017

Charlotteans of the Year 2017: Dale Earnhardt Jr.

NASCAR’s most popular driver takes a final lap, prepares to be a dad, and reminds us why he’s an everyman
November 2017

Charlotteans of the Year 2017: Quail Hollow Club

From Rickie and Jordan to an army of volunteers and sunburned fans decked out in polo shirts, August’s PGA Championship made us proud. The best news? It’s probably coming back
November 2017

Updated: Jerald Melberg Gallery, Bechtler Partnership Ends

Gallery sells donated Lee Hall works to benefit the museum's educational programs
November 2017

Bonterra Chef Blake Hartwick to Appear on Beat Bobby Flay

November 2017

Charlotteans of the Year 2017: Judy Williams

Her goddaughter was strangled to death by a serial killer nearly 25 years ago. Since then, she’s held candlelight vigils for hundreds of murder victims. Who will take over when she retires?
November 2017

Charlotteans of the Year 2017: Vic the Chili Man

When he’s not slinging hot dogs to uptown bankers, the food vendor raises money to help kids with a debilitating condition
November 2017

Charlotteans of the Year 2017: Covenant Presbyterian Church

The venerable Dilworth church invested $2 million in a west side affordable housing complex—and may have signaled a new role for Charlotte’s faith community
November 2017