Over 475 guests checked their shoes at the door for the masquerade-themed 6th Annual Samaritan’s Feet Barefoot Gala. Samaritan's Feet shared exciting future plans while raising over $226,000 to provide shoes to children in need around the world.
New Year, new you. It's a phrase we'll see emblazoned on marketing materials and promotional packets throughout the month, just as we do every January. But for us, despite its saturation of all markets this time of year, it's a phrase that still rings true. We still use it as our rallying cry this January, because the start of a new…
The Young Affiliates of the Mint (YAMs) hosted their 5th Annual Fall Ball on the lawn of Mint Museum Randolph with proceeds benefiting the museum's Annual Fund, providing free tours for CMS Students. "Under the Big Top" featured live entertainment from dozens of talented performing artists.
Another big success for International House with its 29th Annual Benefit Gala! Each year, the gala features a different country. This year Greece was highlighted with beautiful decorations, including Greek columns loaned by Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Charlotte.
The ice may be a bear outdoors, but it’s flying indoors at the Bojangles’ Coliseum during hockey season for the Charlotte Checkers! This January, take the family out for a fun themed sports night. On January 12th, the Checkers host Toronto for “Hockey Fights Cancer Night.” January 13th is NASCAR Night and a coat drive for WSOC’s Steve’s Coats for…
Ready to kickstart your fitness routine? We tapped Shabaka Amen, Charlotte’s premier wellness performance trainer and speaker, to share the four fitness trends he thinks will define 2018—and define your muscles, too. As Charlotte’s first plant-based or vegan personal trainer, Amen has long been the go-to guru on health and fitness in the Queen City, specifically SouthPark. He founded Charlotte’s first…
Heirloom: a valuable object that has belonged to a family for several generations; denoting a traditional variety of plant or breed of animal that is not associated with large-scale commercial agriculture.
As an estate planning attorney, I prepare the standard end-of-life documents that many people are familiar with, like wills and trusts, which primarily focus on distributing property. But did you know that another large part of my job is helping my clients plan for healthcare situations?
For some of us, the perfect vacation involves finding a beach chair in the sun, endless buffets and bottomless drinks with umbrellas. But if that’s not your idea of a good time, there are plenty of healthy and active vacations to consider.
Most would agree that health care today is less simple, less efficient and even less satisfying. Many doctors are burnt out from seeing too many patients, and many insurance companies are managing care in ways doctors would not. Overall, people are feeling less supported and more burdened by managing their health care than ever before.