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7 THINGS TO DO AND SEE THIS MONTH

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Charlotte Magazine
January 2021

DISCONNECTION

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools have increasingly segregated along racial and class lines since a federal judge’s 1999 ruling ended a successful, 28-year desegregation program. The COVID lockdown of schools has hurt everybody in the system—and widened the gap between its haves and have-nots

10+ mins read
Charlotte Magazine
January 2021

GOING SOUTH (OF THE EQUATOR) IN UPTOWN

Mico merges spicy Argentinean flavors with Bohemian design inside uptown’s newest luxury hotel

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Charlotte Magazine
January 2021

ROOM WE LOVE - An Elegant Hideaway

A master suite serves as a sanctuary for two young working parents

2 mins read
Charlotte Magazine
January 2021

WORTH THE WAIT

The pandemic postponed the grand openings of these two anticipated restaurants in 2020. Here’s what you can expect from them as they kick off a new year

3 mins read
Charlotte Magazine
January 2021

Alessandra Ball James

Longtime Charlotte Ballet dancer pirouettes to new career amid COVID

4 mins read
Charlotte Magazine
January 2021

BUILDING HISTORY - What Uptown's Treloar House Teaches Us

That old, brick building across from ImaginOn embodied ideas whose time has come again

4 mins read
Charlotte Magazine
January 2021

Denise Antonacci

SouthPark’s hair bigwig takes time with your tresses and care with your privacy

2 mins read
Charlotte Magazine
January 2021

A DINING SCENE, BAGGED

A year ago, no one expected Charlotte’s diversifying roster of restaurants to specialize in takeout, but COVID forced a hard turn. Here’s a list of 25 restaurants that survived the switch—and which dishes to take home

10+ mins read
Charlotte Magazine
January 2021

NO cone No shame just use your noodle

Here is a tip that could save you the “cone-charge” from your vet bill. These cones were obviously designed for long-nosed dogs!

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Cat Talk
December 2020

Goodbye 2020 Hello 2021!

A writing “round robin” by Cat Talk staffers Teresa Keiger, Jean Aldrich, Lucy Drury, and Iris Zinck

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Cat Talk
December 2020

What You Don't Know About...Bombays Meet the “Parlor Panthers”

Editor’s Notes: A HUGE shout out to the Bombay family of breeders and pet owners without whom there would have been no article! Jeri Zottoli, breed council secretary, provided so much invaluable information and opened doors so I could get wonderful pictures and stories about the Bombay cat. Thank you as well to those who provided information through e-interviews: Cheryl Boyer, Deborah Curtis, Ellyn Honey, Phebe Low, Anne Mathis, Wendy Heidt and Rhona Wene.

6 mins read
Cat Talk
December 2020

My Special Cat

Most of us have had that special cat—a heart cat with whom we had a deep connection. It may have been the cat we had as a child, or the one that saw us through a troubled time, or one with whom we bonded as we exhibited at cat shows. Whether the cat found us or we sought it out, those connections cannot be denied. These are the stories of some of those special cats and what they mean or meant to us.

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Cat Talk
December 2020

FUR NAMES

Names. Oh, what an important choice in the life of cat! It is how a cat will be known in the show rings and in daily life.

4 mins read
Cat Talk
December 2020

‘Gotcha' questions can be a pain

A number of “gotcha” questions were posed to Jets GM Joe Douglas during his mid-season presser.

7 mins read
NY Jets Confidential
December 2020

Stat! Medical News & Info

Physical Activity at Any Intensity Linked to Lower Risk of Early Death

2 mins read
The Best of Times
December 2020

Business Boom

Connect with clients and colleagues in dynamic Belgrade.

3 mins read
Global Traveler
December 2020

Yin Lu CHINESE HERITAGE AND SYMBOLISM

Yin Lu CHINESE HERITAGE AND SYMBOLISM

10 mins read
Art Market
Issue #54 December 2020

An Exclusive Interview With Gottfried Eisenberger fynd.art CEO Founder

An Exclusive Interview With Gottfried Eisenberger fynd.art CEO Founder

7 mins read
Art Market
Issue #54 December 2020

IRSAN GREGOIRE

HYPER REALISTIC ART A deep level of communication

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Art Market
Issue #54 December 2020

An Exclusive Interview With JAN PETER VERHAGEN

TEFAF ONLINE PROVIDES BENEFITS FOR DEALERS AND VISITORS

9 mins read
Art Market
Issue #54 December 2020

ADI OZ-ARI DISPERSAL

PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL AND METAPHORICAL

6 mins read
Art Market
Issue #54 December 2020

IN GOOD TIME

With the help of interior designer Robert Idol, a Kirkwood couple creates a home that pays homage to the past, yet feels just right for their modern young family.

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DesignSTL
January/February 2021

Let's Dish

"Food Raconteur” Ashok Nageshwaran wants to tell you a story.

2 mins read
DesignSTL
January/February 2021

The Right Move

New shops and showrooms bring exciting opportunities for local designers, makers, and arts organizations to sell their wares to home enthusiasts here and everywhere.

2 mins read
DesignSTL
January/February 2021

Green Dreams

Painter and gardener Lauren Knight branches out.

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DesignSTL
January/February 2021

Cultivating Kokedama

Chris Mower of White Stable Farms discovered the Japanese style of gardening in Italy. Now, he’s bringing it to St. Louis.

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DesignSTL
January/February 2021

Graphic Mood

Letters, icons, and illustrations that speak in a hand-drawn language

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DesignSTL
January/February 2021

Cut from the Same Cloth

“Turkey Tracks” is a 19th-century quiltmaking pattern that has the appearance of little wandering feet. Patterns like the tracks, and their traditions and myths, have been passed down through the generations, from their frontier beginnings to today, where a generation of makers has embraced the material as a means of creating something new. Olivia Jondle is one such designer. Here, she’s taken an early turkey track-pattern quilt, cut it into various shapes, and stitched the pieces together, adding calico and other fabric remnants as needed. The result is a trench coat she calls the Pale Calico Coat. Her designs are for sale at The Rusty Bolt, Jondle’s small-batch fashion company based in St. Louis. —SAMANTHA STEVENSON

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DesignSTL
January/February 2021

COLOR BLOCK

A background in sculpture trained artist Aly Ytterberg to see objects more fully.

3 mins read
DesignSTL
January/February 2021