Ballantyne Magazine

SPRING 2018

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 2018 Vol. 18 No. 1 Publisher Northwood Office Editor-in-Chief Jodi Werner Greenwald Account Executive Lindsey Scheumeister Creative Director Larry Preslar Junior Art Director Genna Hardgrove Ad Design John Baxter Web Design Big Sushi www.bigsushi.com Contributors Nan Bauroth Kat Carter Annie Dickeson Whitley Adkins Hamlin Kelsea Moore Matt Olin Allison Parker Amy Rogers Ray Sepesy Susan Shackelford 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 © 2018 Northwood Office S P R I N G 2 0 1 8 Behind the Scenes Website www.ballantynemagazine.com Facebook @ballantynemagazine Instagram @ballantynemag Twitter @ballantynemag On the Cover Jonathan Grauel painted "Lamppost and the Fountain" (partially shown on cover) during last year's Earth Day event in Ballantyne. Photo by Ray Sepesy. Let's Be Social You can find Ballantyne Magazine online at all your favorite places. Meet Three of Our Contributors Genna Hardgrove As junior art director for SPARK Publications, a graphic design and custom publishing firm that specializes in magazines, catalogs and books, Genna helps bring stories and layouts to life for Ballantyne Magazine. Always eager to step out from behind her computer screen, she put her photo- styling skills to use in this issue's Style Points. "I love being able to use items to create beautiful vignettes that feel like worlds of their own." PAGE 53 Ted Mueller Ted's information technology (IT) experience spans hospitality to Big Four consulting to commercial real estate. Regardless the venue, he enjoys seeing the transformative power of technology. For this issue, he set up an informal discussion with local IT colleagues to share their experience and passions with a broader audience. "It's interesting to hear how very different industries are facing similar challenges with regard to technology." PAGE 72 Allison Parker With a zest for writing about personal experiences, Allison contributes to local publications here in Charlotte. In this issue, she takes readers on a palate- pleasing journey through the streets of Rome. "With so many amazing tastes, sounds and sights I'd seen, and with more to uncover, I gleefully tossed my coins into the Trevi Fountain with hopes to taste the authentic gelato and perfect al dente pasta once more." PAGE 78 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. SPRING 2018 Vol. 18 No. 1 BALLANTYNE BALLANTYNE SPRING 2018 10 Contents

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