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Charlotte restaurateur and chef Clark Barlowe is gaining as much attention for his philosophies on sustainability and community food as he is for his talent in the kitchen.

Dr. Katie Passaretti coordinates infection prevention efforts for Carolinas HealthCare System. She helped the system prepare for the potential of caring for a patient with Ebola infection.

The Rev. Jennifer “Helms” Jarrell and her husband, Greg, are white, college educated and from middle-class backgrounds, but they choose to live in one of Charlotte’s poorest and most racially segregated neighborhoods.

Shannon Binns says he wasn’t looking for a job when he started Sustain Charlotte, the nonprofit group that promotes long-term thinking in the city.

Charlotte mentor and volunteer has led a weekly book club at Olympic High School for seven years.

On the first day of each ninth-grade world history class he teaches, James Ford dims the lights to the classroom, puts on a stern face, and asks: Why are you guys here?

When the NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats fired Jim McPhilliamy in 2010, he figured he’d do what most out-of-work sports executives do: Leave town to find another job.

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