September 2013

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The Future Is Now

From the executive editor

Learning to Fly

A Plaza Midwood real estate agent takes skydiving to new heights

Fall Arts Preview

From an early draft of the Emancipation Proclamation to a tasty collaboration between craft breweries and the symphony, fall is the busiest season for Charlotte culture. Here’s a look at some of the highlights

The Most Historic Story in Charlotte History

A year after the DNC, we try to remember the moments we predicted we’d never forget

Dear Charlotte

Charles M. Israel Jr. relates his poem and the meaning behind it

Why Charlotte Should Give the Mayor a Raise

As Charlotte grows, it’s time to reconsider what we pay our most prominent leader--the mayor

Behind the Mask

The city's mascots tell all

Fall Fashion Preview: Rustic Style

Take on fashion marries menswear with luxe furs and bold baubles for her, while layering and slim silhouettes look casually dashing for him

The Naked Tart's Raw Approach

N.C. treats are vegetarian and gluten-free

The Future: 2058

This is what life might look like for the average Charlottean 45 years from now

Andy Smith Versus Andy Smith

A Charlotte journalist meets a Charlotte comic artist

Plaza Midwood: Mr. Hatcher’s Neighborhood

One man holds the keys to Plaza Midwood’s future, and no one knows what he’s thinking

UNC Charlotte Football Worth the Wait

Before he's coached a single play, Brad Lambert's already shown why he’s the right man for the job

Patio Season at Fireside

A new Cornelius restaurant gets fired up

New Shop Worth Its Salt

Salts of the Earth brings new flavor to 7th Street Public Market

A Look at Life in Charlotte in 1968

Around the country, it’s an explosive year. In Charlotte, tension simmers. But the city never erupts, and years of prosperity follow. Here, we recreate the story of 1968 through the eyes of an average Charlottean

Wine Country: Shelton Vineyards

An area once ruled by purveyors of tobacco now beckons wine lovers as an American Viticultural Area destination. Shelton Vineyards leads the way