October 2017

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In Love & Chocolate: Concord’s Chocolatier Barrucand

A Date Night at Oak Steakhouse

A Charleston import known for its flavorful cuts

Along the Way with Michael Graff: A Letter to My Wife

Book Preview: Wiley Cash's The Last Ballad

A native son’s moving novel about hard work and agonizing choices

Editor's Note (Oct. 2017): Shared Habits

Let those you admire most influence and inspire you

Perspective: A Regular Wonder Woman

Who we are, and who we pretend to be

Style: Charlotte Ballet's Hope Muir

New artistic director's vintage flair

Travel: A Mountain Escape in Burnsville

A desire for isolation brings people here. A close-knit community keeps them. If you’re headed to the hills this fall, this town northeast of Asheville might surprise you

Essay: Milkshakes and Memories at Mr. K's

Family traditions at the South End spot, as the restaurant celebrates its 50th birthday

Life Lessons: Radio Host/Lawyer Stefan Latorre

He helps calm fears with facts

Jazz Pianist Claire Ritter Finds Inspiration on Horseback

A CMS Bus Driver Reflects on Three Decades

One Year After the Flood in Lumberton

One year after Hurricane Matthew, some people are still without homes, but nobody’s lost hope

Shopping: Boots for the Fall

The Chelsea boot, named for the London neighborhood popular with '60s rockers and artists, is back. Wear the style with slim pants, and don't forget the fun socks.

The Charlotte Spots Featured on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Is a Burger a Sandwich?

We asked 7 Charlotte restaurant pros

Charlotte's Best Burgers: 2017

Read about the nostalgic ones, the show-offs, the unexpected, and more