July 2018

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Brewers at 4001 Yancey Pushes Brewery Food to New Heights

'"Brewery food" can really mean anything,' Executive Chef Drew Ward says.

Trendy Sip: Charlotte's Summer Drink of 2018

Prepare your Instagram for its new star, plus our prediction for the next big thing.

Along the Way: 'How Do You Define Success?'

A big question at just the right time

Perspective: Forgetting FOMO

Remembering to be present, wherever you are

The Big Love: Charlotte Musicians Gigi Dover and Eric Lovell

Duct tape, superglue, and music keep a couple’s partnership strong for decades

Shopping: Blush of Color

Give your usual lip hue a summer refresh with sunkissed sheer glosses and creamy lip pencils.

Editor's Note (July 2018): Patches and Prescriptions

When doctors give patients a little more time, they can change a life

Behind Charlotte-Bred, Tanzania-Focused Nonprofit The Lunch Project

In her work, attorney Rebecca Wofford cares about the whole flock

Style: Textile Designer Wesley Mancini's Timeless Aesthetic

Breaking Bread: Peter Reinhart Finds Purpose in Baking, Teaching, Writing

Travel: Food, Wine, and Rejuvenation Found in Croatia

Euphoria in Greenville: Southern Food Festival Draws Big Names

North Carolina Is Quietly Producing Some of the Country’s Best Cheeses

A Trip on Kentucky's Bourbon Trail

Q&A: The Hundred Story Home Author Kathy Izard

A Charlotte Guide to Visiting Napa Valley

Wine, food, and that dreamy California sunshine overwhelm the senses here

Charlotte's Concierge Practices Point to Past to Create Medicine’s Future

Blue Line Extension Brings Collaboration Between Artist, Students to Life

The Charlotte Painter Who Brings Pets to (Human) Life

Robert Wildermuth crafts watercolor portraits of pets in clothes

Charlotte Wine Experts Share Their Summer Picks

Review: SouthPark Grill’s Classic Menu Tasty, But Lacks Personality

A Revolution Is Happening in Davidson

Growth and political tension prompt residents to ask if the town needs saving