Vanessa Infanzon

Freelance Writer


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Charlotte music therapy patients connect with feelings through songs and instruments

It isn’t unusual for Joan Kleinmann to ask group members in her music therapy sessions to rewrite lyrics or share a meaningful song. She’s a board certified music therapist with HopeWay, a nonprofit mental health treatment facility in Charlotte.

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Painting pages

Cynthia Flaxman Frank ate lemons when she was a young girl to see what kind of response she could get from the people around her. It was a source of pride to do something no one else could do. PHOTO: Tracy S. Watts

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Attention turns to a sport with room for improvement

When Robert Quesada watched people climbing on a boulder with a prehistoric rock carving in California, he explained to them why it was disrespectful to ascend there.

PHOTO: Eugene Ahn

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Managing Children’s Behavior

When Bea Moise and her husband, Rubin, moved from Orlando to Charlotte in 2008, they discovered Rea Road as they searched for a place to live. They didn’t know exactly where they were or even how to pronounce the street’s name, but they fell in love with the Ballantyne area and set down roots. PHOTO: Jessica Gaddy @shrimpandgrisettes

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Women in recovery find creativity and healing in a Charlotte author’s class

Dove’s Nest resident Sabrina Jones wrote “live by faith not by fear” in response to her teacher’s writing prompt. Dove’s Nest is part of Charlotte Rescue Mission, a nonprofit organization for addiction recovery.

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All About Agritourism: Get Educated at One of These Carolina Farms

Ever ask your family where the food on the dinner table comes from? If they answer, “the grocery store,” it might be time to teach your children about the origin of foods, the processes to make it, and how those items got to the grocery store. PHOTO: Kellie Hicks

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