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In Charlotte, North Carolina, a quiet neighbor was planned in the 1920’s. At the time, sprawling green lawns were edged with willow oaks. Now, they loom far overhead and have long branches that make a shaded ceiling over the roads. This article outlines the architect and arborist behind the planned neighborhood.
Author Michael Graff spent all season with the Myers Park High School football team to document what happens when kids from different backgrounds are put on a team together. This is the first of a three part story
The weather turns colder, the games become more important, and the lessons hit home harder. The Myers Park football team, which is split nearly evenly along racial and socioeconomic lines, hits the heart of the 2015 season.
After a disappointing loss to close the regular season, the Myers Park football team hits the road for the playoffs, and some players prepare for life beyond football.