Ballantyne Magazine

SPRING 2019

Ballantyne Magazine covers news, events, real estate, restaurants, shopping, health, schools and business in the upscale Ballantyne Area of Charlotte, NC.

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Spring 2019 Vol. 19, No. 1 Publisher Northwood Office Editor-in-Chief Jodi Werner Greenwald Account Executive Lindsey Scheumeister Creative Director Larry Preslar Ad Design John Baxter Distribution Jo Harashima Contributors Nan Bauroth Kat Carter Daniel Coston Annie Dickeson Mary Gilbert Kim Hummel Dawn Liles Jen Tota McGivney Rachel Mitchell Kelsea Moore Matt Olin Amy Rogers Ray Sepesy Erika Silverman Michael J. Solender Christina Thigpen Editing and Proofing Susan Shackelford Publication Design SPARK Publications www.sparkpublications.com Editorial Please send story ideas and comments to jgreenwald@ballantynemagazine.com Advertising 704-248-2155 lscheumeister@ballantynemagazine.com © 2019 Northwood Office S P R I N G 2 0 1 9 Behind the Scenes Meet Three of Our Contributors Mary Gilbert Mary tells stories about people, places and passions. In this issue, she explored how local individuals and families are hiring personal chefs to prepare healthy, delicious and customized meals to enjoy in their own homes. "I was intrigued by the close, trusting bonds personal chefs form with their clients," Mary says. PAGE 52 Erika Silverman Styling is one of Erika's favorite things; it makes a house a home, she says. For this issue, she breaks down the process of styling display shelving, with hopes of inspiring those who feel overwhelmed. "A bookshelf should tell your story, not only based on what you read, but who you are and what you love," she says. PAGE 72 Jen Tota McGivney Jen is a writer in Charlotte with bylines in well-known regional publications. For this issue, she learned about Indian dance at the Nrityangan Cultural Academy. "Talking with young dancers was a highlight of the story," Jen says. "They've already learned so much about self-confidence, cultural awareness and work ethic. The power of dance is amazing." PAGE 40 BALLANTYNE #SHELFIE WORTHY DISPLAYS RUCKING? WHO KNEW? DANCERS TELL STORIES OF INDIA COVETED HOME INVENTORY Spring 2019 Vol. 19 No. 1 Personal chefs serve up home-cooking twists What's Dinner? for Let's Be Social You can find Ballantyne Magazine online at all your favorite places. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the written consent of Northwood Office. Ballantyne Magazine does not necessarily endorse the views and perceptions of contributors or advertisers. Website ballantynemagazine.com Facebook @ballantynemagazine Instagram @ballantynemag Twitter @ballantynemag On the Cover Blood orange salmon with black rice is one of Jil l Aker-Ray's popular recipes as a personal chef. Photo by Ray Sepesy BALLANTYNE SPRING 2019 10 Contents

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