Earthly Delights

Earthly Delights

lake-norman-magazine Mooresville sculptor Allison Luce finds inspiration at the nexus of travel, education and art history. Ceramic creations from sculptor Allison Luce’s ‘Primoris Ortus’ series are both familiar and foreign at the same time. The artwork resembles live tropical ...
Swiss Tryst

Swiss Tryst

LKN Magazine logo Switzerland romances visitors with storybook vistas, captivating rail journeys and Alpine adventures to engage the entire family. Switzerland, long regarded as Europe’s playground, is increasingly becoming a top destination for American families seeking outdoor ...
Pit Masters

Pit Masters

LKN Magazine logo Here are four guys whose work in the pits may not catch much attention on race day, yet is no less crucial to success of their respective teams. The Surfer Dude Though Chad Avrit left southern California years ago, the call of riding on the open water followed ...
The Daily Grind

The Daily Grind

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Block & Grinder Langtree soars in new space with meat-centered, Southern inspired menu.

It’s one thing for a novice restaurateur to try to duplicate the success of a fresh, well-executed concept. It’s quite another for one of the region’s smartest real estate ...
Two Wheelin’

Two Wheelin’

lake-norman-magazine Share the road” is a well-worn mantra that implores motorists to recognize that automobiles are not the only method of transportation, as cyclists are taking to the streets in growing numbers. Recognizing the enthusiasm and increased demand for safe and accessible options for biking, the ...
Home Grown

Home Grown

lake-norman-magazine Our Towns Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build creates community and develops bonds uniting families and neighborhoods one home at a time. When Carmen Cruz moves into her Our Towns Habitat for Humanity home in Cornelius’s Poole Place neighborhood later this summer, ...
Class Act

Class Act

lake-norman-magazine Davidson sociology professor explores urban societal challenges taking research and instruction beyond the classroom into the streets. Newly appointed assistant professor of Sociology at Davidson College Joseph Ewoodzie likes to look beyond common narratives in ...