October 2016

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Editor's Note (October 2016): Natural Instincts

Yes, Charlotte's Climate Is Changing

Why you should believe it, even if you don't believe it

Corkage Fees in Charlotte: A Restaurant Guide

Bringing wine into the places that made Charlotte magazine’s 2016 Best Restaurants list

Shared Space: A Photo Essay of Wildlife in Charlotte

Meet the Dumpling Lady

A food truck owner finds a connection to her new home by sharing her childhood recipes

Inside Quail Hollow Club's Great Big Makeover

The home of next year’s PGA Championship isn’t just a golf course. It’s a rare green space in a growing city, and the people in charge of it don’t take that responsibility lightly

Last Call With Ron Stodghill: Sandwich City

In defense of the unfussy, almighty meal on the go

What Birds Tell Us About Charlotte's Health

With homes and businesses overtaking Mecklenburg County’s available land, some bird species are displacing others, leaving behind a less diverse population. One conservation biologist and his team are monitoring the changes—and what they mean for the county’s overall environmental health

What Coyotes Tell Us About Our Place in the World

A Quick Trip to the Middle East at Yafo Kitchen

Around Towns: Lexington

As a town lost its manufacturing jobs, a small festival gave birth to a tourism boom

Life Lessons: Jeff Jackson

The unknown prosecutor who became the politician who went viral

After Injury, Hockey Player Makes a Second Chance

Style: Laura Rutledge's Game Day Chic

She stays fresh reporting the SEC’s biggest rivalries

Starting Again at the Goodwill Opportunity Campus

At 28, Donté Montague was injured and out of a job. When the Goodwill Opportunity Campus on Wilkinson Boulevard opened this summer, he found everything he needed to start again

Shopping: Metallic Clutches Shine at Night this Fall

A Transgender Man's Battle Against Breast Cancer