November 2013

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Letting Them Talk

From the executive editor

Fixing the Firebird

The Charlotte icon gets a tune-up

'The Place Went Nuts': An Oral History of the 1988 Charlotte Hornets

An oral history of the 1988 Charlotte Hornets, 25 years later

Underdogs and Favorites: Edwin Peacock, Patrick Cannon, and the Race for Charlotte Mayor

The man who grew up poor has the clear numbers advantage over the man who did not

Old World Meets New at Halcyon

The uptown eatery offers a new chef, a new menu, and a new focus on Old World techniques

Layering Effect

Dilworth Coffee’s quaint interior compliments cozy layers and sturdy boots—perfect for the cold days ahead

Gerald Henderson: Staying in Style

Charlotte Bobcats shooting guard Gerald Henderson recently signed a three-year, $18 million contract to stay on with the soon-to-be-renamed Charlotte Hornets. Sitting down with associate editor Virginia Brown, he dishes about his decision to stay in Charlotte; his pharaoh hound, Chase; peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwiches; and keeping it simple

King of the Road

RK Motors Collector Car Auction comes to the Charlotte Convention Center

Park Road's Place

Down at the corner of Park and Woodlawn, a shopping center still stands as a symbol of old times. But now that it’s under new ownership, what’s next?

The Entertainer: Tom Wilkinson's Backstage Life

Suing Miles Davis, selling flying toys, and other adventures

Thom Tillis Is the Strategist

In a dozen years, Tillis went from volunteer youth sports coach to the state’s Speaker of the House. Now, after leading the Republican Party to a fearless, unapologetic romp in this year’s legislative session, he’s after an even bigger prize

Best Bets for November

Your best bets on what to see and do in Charlotte