March 2012

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Make Mine Marmalade

Local chefs are going wild with housemade marmalades, chutneys, and relishes

Lipp Boutique: A New Addition to Charlotte's Fashion Scene

Chicago transplant opens a new fashion mecca in midtown

Shop Talk with Tara Davis

Charlotte designer Tara Davis, founder of Flow by Tara Davis, dishes about what her sewing machine has in store for 2012.

Travel: Washington, D.C

Get away to D.C. for the cherry blossoms and more

Style Trend: Doctor's Bags

Doctor’s bags aren’t just for house calls anymore

Tournament Time: 6 Charlotteans Who Might Influence Your Brackets

The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament tips off in March. Here are a few other Charlotte-area players who might influence your brackets.

Surf's Up

A day at the beach offers the chance for fun, sun, and being buried alive

On the Run: 3 Sneakers, 3 Running Routes

Finally, you can step off that boring treadmill and take your run outdoors. We found three funky pairs of running sneakers and matched them each with great local running routes.

Spring Fashion 2012: Here Comes the Sun

This spring, make way for sun and vibrancy. Whether you’re adding stripes, pleats, lace, or length, punctuate your wardrobe with bursts of yellow and orange

Brandyn Curry Makes a Name at Harvard

Charlotte’s Brandyn Curry—no relation to Dell, Stephen, and Seth—is leading Harvard to its best basketball season ever

Drinks with Darrin Pikarsky

Founder of the Charlotte Beer Club and Charlotte Craft Beer Week and co-creator of the NC Brewers and Music Festival opens up over—you’ll never guess—a beer.

Social Venture Partners Charlotte Plants a Seed

A group of venture philanthropists is hoping to change the way Charlotte aids nonprofits

Uptown Respite: Wooden Vine

Let those crazy kids have the EpiCentre. We’ll be having a glass of wine at Wooden Vine

Will the Red Line Commuter Rail Ever Get Rolling?

All aboard? Not so fast. Every time we hear that commuter rail is ready to roll, a new problem emerges. Will this thing ever happen?

Guns and Butter: The Story Behind Suarez Bakery

The story of one family’s journey to freedom, and what that freedom cost

Three Diners Dish Up Vegetarian Comfort Food

Three local faves offer meat-free twists on traditional comfort foods

Why Jay Bilas and Mike Gminski Are the Best and Least-Annoying Analysts Working College Basketball

Here in North Carolina, television analysts who interpret college basketball help shape our thinking about one of our great passions: college basketball. Charlotteans—and former Duke stars—Jay Bilas and Mike Gminski—are among the best in the business

Beachin': An Insider's Guide to 9 Beaches Just Miles Away

Think you know everything there is to know about nearby beaches? Think again. We consulted the locals for this insider’s guide to nine great beach destinations, from Tybee in Georgia all the way up to Duck in North Carolina’s Outer Banks. Want to know where the locals eat in Myrtle Beach? The hippest place to stay in Hilton Head? We’ve got it all covered