November 2016

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Becoming Mrs. Love

A bride-to-be wonders what love has to do with weddings

Charlotte's History of Arts Controversies

How to Spot a Tinder Date in Charlotte

Servers all over town see them every night, and those servers play an important role in making sure the dates go well

On the Line: Matthew Krenz of The Asbury

7 Charlotte Love Stories

Last Call With Ron Stodghill: Oprah's Child, All Grown Up

As graduation awaits a Johnson C. Smith senior, a look back on the home she left in South Africa, and the program that helped bring her here

Happily Ever After: The Love Life of Today's Senior Citizens

The flirting, dating, traveling, and yes, even that

100 Love Notes, 1 Year Later

In November 2015, a widower walked around Charlotte passing out love notes in honor of his late wife. Within a few days, Hyong Yi’s story went around the world. Here’s how his life has changed since then.

Old-Fashioned Engraving Endures at Arzberger Stationers

Haberdish Serves Charlotte’s Turn-of-the-Century Eats

Now Open: The Right Time for Rai Lay

South End gets a gem with sister restaurant to Deejai Thai

King of Gloves: Pat Morrell's Style

Back to Nature: The Haigler Club

They have has beer—but that’s not why you should join

Shopping: Mix-and-Match Menswear

Making Straight-A Spaces for Kids at Home

Designer Anne Buresh creates kid-friendly rooms

Belmont’s Metamorphosis

It may have been Charlotte’s most violent neighborhood a generation ago. Now, despite traces of those old days, things are looking up. But are they looking up too much, and too quickly?

Life Lessons: Greg Olsen

A football player second, a father first

Despite the Hype, Babalu Misses the Mark

Around Towns: Saluda

A mountain town with a tune

Richard Thurmond: 21 Years With The City Magazine

Editor's Note (November 2016): A Week in September