March 2014

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CIAA Week: See You at the Reunion

The annual tournament is a time for alumni—and friends—to come together.

Charlotte's Artistic Exports

The city sends actors, writers, and comedians to stages around the world

Farmers' Market Grows Community in Matthews

For nearly two decades, Pauline Wood has been redefining local food in Matthews

A Trip to Seabrook Island

This South Carolina spot leaves travelers fully immersed in nature

Best Bets for March

Our picks for what to check out in arts and culture

Way Out: Change the Station

Waitin’ on a train at Charlotte’s least romantic place

Jamie Swofford: From Chef to FEBA Farmer

Former Charlotte chef finds his home working the land

Stagioni's Debut Season

Bruce Moffett opens his much-anticipated Italian restaurant on Providence Road

Essay: The End of Eastland Mall

The demolition of a massive mall, and other things I forgot to love enough

Luisa’s Well-Traveled, Well-Used Brick Oven

The story behind the restaurant's vintage chamber

Eagle Eye: Dena Diorio

She has an open attitude and a talent for slashing budgets. Can she fix Mecklenburg County government?

The Routes We Choose

From the executive editor

Spring Fashion Preview: Moroccan Style

Bright hues, heavy embellishment, and a bit of international flair breathe worldly life into your spring wardrobe

Our Roads, Our Story

The stories behind the streets that define our city

Spring Arts Preview 2014

What to see and do during the second half of the season

Heroin in Charlotte

Alex Uhler was a straight-A student, an Eagle Scout, and earned a black belt in Taekwondo. And he was a heroin addict. Why are kids like him, from Charlotte’s wealthy neighborhoods and good schools, turning to the deadliest drugs?