October 2015

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Bottoms Up: New Bars & Breweries

Lord, We Climbed a Mountain

From the executive editor

Visiting Ashe County

How do they make the famous cheese of the High Country? Come see for yourself

Visiting Morganton

Hike in the mornings, have a beer in the afternoon, and, at night, watch the lights dance on the mountaintops

Easy Breezy: Sarah Brigham's Style

Sycamore Brewing’s co-owner has a laid-back Bermuda vibe

The Scars of Charlotte Chefs

Charlotte’s prominent chefs share their worst moments in the kitchen— and the marks they have to remember them

From Farm to Knife & Fork

How a chef, his wife, and their restaurant are making a whole new Spruce Pine

On Flat Rock

From the Carl Sandburg house to Flat Rock Playhouse to the great food in the village, this tiny town packs a lot into a small space

Style: 7 Fall Watches

As the days grow shorter, your time is more precious. An elegant watch will help you arrive on time and in style

Walk Inside a Mountain at Stumphouse Tunnel

Beneath These Stones: Charlotte's Hebrew Cemetery

It's more than a burial ground. It’s where we find a crucial part of the city’s history

Birkdale: A Pretend Village Grows Up

Fifteen years after opening, it's a new kind of downtown

Everyone Wants Joe’s Doughs

Joe Pepe’s creations are getting Charlotteans out of bed and in line in NoDa

Stones in the Woods: Poinsett Bridge

South Carolina spot offers a glimpse of forgotten history

Looking Down at the Clouds: Grandfather Mountain

And finding the Attic Window, its greatest reward

Curling in Charlotte

It's not just for Canadians anymore

The Last Hot Dog I Ever Ate

A Charlotte native’s thoughts on a changing city, and what we’re missing

The New Immigrants

For years, Charlotte’s Latino community consisted mostly of laborers from Mexico who come here to eke out a living. But a new wave of affluent, entrepreneurial immigrants—including Manolo Betancur—is establishing itself in unexpected places. They may be the city’s, and the country’s, future

Last Call With Ron Stodghill: The Cosby Conundrum

Where is the line between intellectual greatness and moral failure?

Get Away From Beer and Into Corkbuzz

Spot is a welcome respite from the beer scene