December 2017

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Perspective: One, Two, Three, Four

Use this breathing exercise to exhale holiday stress

News Anchor Turns Facebook Posts Into Debut Book

Style: Interior Designer Holly Hollingsworth Phillips

Born on Christmas Day, she breaks with tradition

Along the Way With Michael Graff: Perspectives on Progress

Defining the right pace for change

Editor's Note (December 2017): Hot Dogs and Honors

Recognizing those who do their best to blend in

Charlotte's Spike in Pedestrian Deaths Correlates to the Distribution of Wealth

Essay: Saying Goodbye to Peter the Pony

Inside a Night Out at Sophia's Lounge

Prosperity Village Seeks an Identity Among the Roundabouts

A Food Tour of Dilworth

Eat your way through the neighborhood with this guide

Inside Growing Sauce Company Cannizzaro Famiglia

Life Lessons: Caleb Sigmon, Charlotte's 24-Year-Old Santa Claus

He’ll light the uptown tree this year, but Santa is a millennial

Our 2017 Holiday Gift Guide

From simple stocking stuffers to elaborate heirlooms, here are the 43 things we want to give and get this season

Picking Wine Storage That's Right For You

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?

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

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

THE 2017 CHARLOTTEANS OF THE YEAR

Charlotteans of the Year 2017: Oliver Merino

In 2017, Charlotte’s Latino community had to loudly affirm its right to live here. Merino’s voice rose above the rest