August 2013

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Heroes With Squeegees

Meet the Superman who cleans windows

Fort Mill's Last Pitch

The Knights are moving uptown, and Charlotte can’t wait. Only 25 years ago, a town just across the state line felt the same excitement. So what are the Knights leaving behind?

Pat Cotham's Own Way

In her first year, she fired the county manager, angered the party she’s devoted her life to, and became the center of a debate over manners.

A Tree Fell

The story of a maple and the boy who loved it

Street Looks: Summer Suit

Man brings 'neat' style to uptown

Backyard Bash Brings Style

Celebrate the season with a casual alfresco affair in barbecue brights and breezy separates

Sweet Harvest

The hard, rewarding work of harvesting Charlotte Local Honey

Pillow Talk

Longtime friends take pillows and turn them into artistic expressions

Spotting the "Home" in "Homeland"

A tour of local spots where the show has filmed, and places it will never film

First Look at Bradshaw Social House

Bradshaw Social House brings gastropub fare to south Charlotte

Three Great Sweet Potato Dishes

Take advantage of this season's harvest with these three dishes

Lonnie Davis Brings Back Jazz

A New Orleans expat helps revive genre in Charlotte

Best Bets August 2013

Your best bets for what to see and do in August

Charlotte Stars in Wilton Barnhardt's "Lookaway, Lookaway"

A new novel puts Charlotte at the center of the New South

True Crafted Pizza: In Pizza Veritas

True Crafted Pizza serves up unfussy but delicious baked and grilled pies in south Charlotte

A History of Lake Norman

Fifty years ago, a river became a lake and woods became water. Ever since, Lake Norman has shaped lives and traffic patterns and even the language of this once-rural region of North Carolina

Rooted: Trees Give the City Its Soul

In a New South city known for tearing down buildings in the name of progress, we choose to keep our trees. And they give the city its soul