September 2016

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How Charlotte Chefs Define Local

How to Tell If Fruits and Vegetables are Local, Organic, or Farmer Grown

Last Call With Ron Stodghill: Love Cuts

How to initiate a breakup, and when it’s OK to move on

Where Your Food Really Comes From

Fewer and fewer young folks are getting into farming. What does that mean for their future—and ours?

That Time an Elephant Escaped in Uptown

Chief, his handler, and a mad chase through uptown Charlotte

Why It's So Hard to Find North Carolina Seafood

On the road with a seafood salesman, searching for truth in fish stories

Inside Charming Chantilly

Between Plaza Midwood and Elizabeth, a little suburb in the city

Do You Know What You're Really Buying at the Farmers' Market?

Some people selling “locally” grown vegetables planted and harvested them. Others bought them from farmers or wholesalers. All of them sell at the same market. How can you tell the difference?

Q&A: Retiring CPCC President Tony Zeiss

Leader reflects on nearly 24 years of growth, influence, and making Charlotte home

Is "Local" Food Dead?

Chefs who do the most local shopping aren’t using the term “local” anymore. So who is?

Cocktails You Can Make In Your Blender

A Vitamix vs. KitchenAid blend-down, and 3 frozen cocktails you can make at home

Room We Love: Fresh Take on Traditional Style

Family Finds Shocking Link to Past in Trolley Stop Photo

On the Line with Chef Andrew Dodd of Stagioni

Around Towns: Hendersonville

Finding peace, quiet—and hard cider—a short drive from Charlotte

Life Lessons: Maureen O'Boyle

A television host, a rape survivor, a mother

Fall Fashion Preview 2016

Charlotte is more than just a corporate town. This fall, we’re taking our cues from neutral concrete and bright murals to create looks as bold as our city’s street style

Editor's Note (September 2016): Funerals and Weddings

Essay: Enjoying the Double Door Inn's Last, 'Bittersweet' Days