November 2012

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2012 Top Dentists

Whether you're new to the city, contemplating changing your provider, or simply curious, this is your go-to guide to the top dentists in the Charlotte area

Tales from the Red Carpet

During the DNC, I stalked celebrities. At times, I felt sleazy. But mostly, I had a blast

City Style

Four Charlotteans share their wardrobe necessities, from blazers to Chuck Taylors

Timely Fashion

Tour three centuries of fashion at Mint Museum Randolph

Trend: Pork Belly

Pork belly finds a place on local menus

Head of the Chattering Class

Brian Francis is Dr. Hashtag

So? Did They Like Us?

Pre-DNC, much ado was made of the predicted 15,000 journalists who would descend upon Charlotte. Post-DNC, one question is on everyone’s minds: What did they think?

High-Stakes Dessert

Ballantyne chef Keli Fayard talks about competing on the Food Network and spending $5,000 to design a cake

Hat Couture

Artist McKinna Hahn is turning heads in Charlotte, one accessory at a time

Best Bets November 2012

Your best bets of what to see and do in Charlotte this month

Rainbow Run

This month, look for the largest mass tie-dye in the city's history

Google Block Party

Boxman Studios turns shipping containers into party tents

Happy Hour at Threes

Threes adds versatility—and great happy hour specials—to the uptown scene

Don't Approve This Message

Five campaign ads we won't miss

Rocking the Vote

North Carolina’s growing Latino population takes center stage in the presidential election

Heist: The Rise of the Brewpub

NoDa’s Heist Brewery adds a twist to the city’s craft brew craze

The Grown Up Peter Pan

The Peter Pan collar is all grown up

Animals That Heal

Across Charlotte, therapists are turning to horses and dogs to help patients young and old

Start Me Up

As the city races to retool its economy, all eyes are on entrepreneurs, because wouldn’t it be nice if the next Google came out of Charlotte? But it won’t be easy

Saving History

The Charlotte Museum of History was flying high in the late 1990s, with a brand-new building and scads of donors. But it fell on hard times and closed earlier this spring. In a city that some say doesn’t value history, can the museum find its way again?