Arboretum Family Dentistry

Dr. Frederick Joubert and his team at Arboretum Family Dentistry are unique in their focus on providing each patient with the most up-to-date care and treatment emphasizing the emerging, science-driven relationship between the mouth and the body. Evidence demonstrates that Dr. Joubert’s approach emphasizing improving oral health is a vital part of ensuring good health overall and reducing complications from…

Barbara McKay Gives Thanks

On Jan. 11, 2018, Barbara was power walking at night and tripped on a broken sidewalk. She lacerated her face and broke her jaw on both sides. Barbara spent six hours in an emergency room receiving stitches and was told nothing more could be done to address her broken facial bones until the swelling went down in approximately six days.

Live Your Best Life

Large-scale change can be daunting, especially when it comes to changing your life. When you break it down by simply trying to “win the day,” things become much easier. Simple routines that we can follow on a day-to-day basis become automatic habits and help us lead a better life. Dr. Alicia Brown and her team at Better Brain and Body…

Habitat for Humanity: Deconstruction to Restore

Habitat for Humanity Charlotte’s deconstruction service was created to remove and recycle kitchen cabinets, countertops and appliances slated for replacement in kitchen remodeling projects. The homeowner gets a tax deduction and headache-free experience, and Habitat earns proceeds by reselling the donated items through a network of four Habitat ReStores in Charlotte. The process is easy, says Phil Prince, director of…

The Art of Furniture Making

Whittled and waxed, sanded and shaved, the art of making furniture is just that: an art. It’s a craft that takes dedication, experience and an artful eye. Over the past 31 years, Tatum Galleries has perfected the art of making furniture.

His Cuatro

I remember visiting my grandparents as a young girl. My grandmother’s sauté of pepper, onion, garlic, green olive and tomato seasoned with sazón wafting through the morning air, waking my sister and I from our slumber. My grandfather’s practiced, intricate jíbaro riffs acted as an alternative alarm clock.