July 2014

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The Story of Charlotte, Part 3: The Corrupting Treasure

Two hundred years before Charlotte becomes a banking hub, a gold rush gives the city its first taste of wealth

Top Doctors 2014

Our annual list of the area's best returns

Joe DeLamielleure Wants to Live

But will his brain let him?

Friend of a Friend: Project Life

About 23 million people are on the bone marrow donor registry. But to those who can’t find a match, that’s not enough. Now, some of Charlotte’s most influential people are rallying around one of their own to build the list of a lifetime

A Year and Change

From the executive editor

Anthony Foxx: All Roads Lead to Washington

A year ago, he was still Charlotte's mayor. Now settled into his job as U.S. Secretary of Transportation, the West Charlotte graduate has the task of addressing perhaps the most important question for America’s future: How are we going to get around?

Bank of America Stadium By the Numbers

Just in time for an international soccer game, the Panthers’ stadium gets a facelift

The Mayobird Gets A New Home

The chicken salad eatery moves into Dilworth

Time Capsules

Fifty years ago, the mayor wrote a letter to the people of 2014. It makes us wonder: What would we say to the people of the future?

Va da Vie Gelato

John and Wendy Paglia make gelato the Italian way.

Here Comes the Sun: Summer Fashion

Yellow is a summer trend that makes sense: Choose an outfit as sunny as the weather

Leo Soto Reinvents the Classics

The Charlotte Symphony’s principal timpanist is stylish on and off the stage

Coulwood: Home on the Ranch

A neighborhood that reminds us how Charlotte used to be

Beyond Angels: Anne Neilson Fine Art

The artist opens her first gallery in South End

The Summer Beer Crawl

Most of Charlotte’s breweries live in two neighborhoods: NoDa and South End. Each brewery has its own style, from the design of the building to the beer produced within. Follow this what-to-drink-now guide to the (local) beverage of the season.

The Writing Life: Morri Creech

How a Queens University professor fell in love with words

Queen City Forward: Where Business Meets Art

Charles Thomas's group supports startups that have a social conscience. He’s also a professional photographer and arts educator. Here, he discusses how his varied passions intersect

Home Place: Heirloom

Chef Clark Barlowe’s new restaurant is a well-tuned, North Carolina-centric dining experience