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Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Editor's Note (June 2019): Sweepin' the Clouds Away

The air is a little sweeter in our barbecue community

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Along the Way: The Lovable Losers of Just Pour It

The best of times with the worst softball team in Charlotte

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Recipe: A Classic Summer Pork Loin

With fresh summer peaches, herbs, and spices

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STYLE: Torrie Savage of The Savage Way

She takes guerilla marketing to the streets

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Charlotte Actor to Play Regina George in Broadway’s Mean Girls

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SHOPPING: Mixing Metals in Your Home Decor

Combine metallics like copper, gold, and brass to add some shimmer to your home

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An Insider's Guide to the Myers Park Yard Sale Circuit

Three friends navigate the scene and show us how it’s done

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Inside Plaza Midwood's Wine ‘n’ Sign Meet-Ups

Weekly ASL classes (over wine) help deaf individuals feel more at home

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PHOTOS: Scenes Around Charlotte (May 2019)

5 posts on our Instagram account that have people talking

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Napa at Kingsley Opening in Fort Mill in July

Chef Michael Griswold of Napa on Providence brings his Napa Valley-inspired cuisine to Kingsley Town Center

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Life Lessons: Tom Warshauer, Neighborhood Advocate

City staffer charts three decades as an openly gay man in Charlotte

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La Belle Helene Names New Executive Chef

Five things to know about Jim Stouffer

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Some of the City’s Best Pork Is Made by Its Boy Scout Troops

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Improper Pig Relocating to Rea Farms

The Asian-inspired barbecue restaurant’s Cotswold location will close July 1

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This Cornelius Company Slings Vegan Barbecue

Barvecue makes plant-based items that vegans and omnivores can enjoy

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5 Charlotte Beers to Sip on This Summer

Returns and releases coming to a tap near you

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A Charlotte Hushpuppy Throwdown

Five local barbecue joints were part of our taste test

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6 Local Barbecue Joints and Their Stories

Plus: 7 more spots worth a visit

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What's Our Barbecue Story?

Carolina barbecue began on the coast in the 16th century, worked its way toward the mountains, separated into eastern and western, and continues to feed our bellies and define our state to this day. But the old Carolina barbecue culture is fading fast. Can it last, or is it bound to change?

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Ramen Soul Closes in Mooresville

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Charlotte at Home explores the foundations, designs, and details of spaces in and around the Queen City. Style and furniture, porches and plants, urban chic and country casual — you’ll find it here, just swing on by.

About Alyssa Ruane 
Alyssa Ruane is a freelance lifestyle and fashion writer based in Charlotte, NC, though she'll always be a Florida girl at heart. She loves playing soccer and volleyball, and she’s a stickler for clean kitchens. When not writing, she can be found at a brewery, on Twitter (@alyssaruane), or on Twitter at a brewery.

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