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Asheville

In a town known for the arts, the River Arts District along the French Broad River becomes the center of creativity

Carolina Sandhills

Just south of the state line lies a nature-lover’s dream: acres of water, wildlife, and wonder

Chapel Hill

The home of America’s first public university belongs to us all because no matter where we went to school, we’re all in search of memories
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Tiki Hideaway: An Island Escape

Spot brings Pacific Rim flavors to Charlotte

Charlotte's Best Sandwiches

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Spring Arts Preview: 2015

Lucia at the opera, Jesus Christ Superstar, Jason Isbell, G. Love & Special Sauce, “Conversation: Selma in Retrospect,” the Sensoria Festival, Charlotte Craft Beer Week, and plenty more are calling you out of the house this season
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A New Self-Portrait: Spring Fashion Preview

Create an inspiring spring wardrobe with citrus hues, modern lines, and architectural elements. Here, the new spring lines shine alongside the artwork of the Luski private collection at Foundation For The Carolinas
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Revue

Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

This Weekend in Charlotte: Mary Chapin Carpenter, Fleetwood Mac, Actor's Theatre, & Garrison Keillor

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Charlotte Chefs Competing in Cook-off Announced

Got to be NC Competition Dining Series brackets announced

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Tastes of Spring, Part 1

Charlotte chef Ashley Quick of Stagioni shares his favorite spring ingredient

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Dusk Till Dawn

Jared Misner Chronicles Charlotte's Nightlife and Social Scene, Straight No Chaser

Craft Cocktail Crawl, Metropolitan Avenue Progressive Dinner, First Friday in Fort Mill, No-Pants Ride and More, March 5-8

Get your own March Madness underway with a craft cocktail crawl, a no-pants rail ride or a progressive dinner through Metropolitan Avenue.

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Four Not-to-Miss Opportunities

In these final days of winter, enjoy an orchid display and brush up on your gardening and food-preservation skills

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

Some Thoughts from a Monday Night in Charlotte

The Charlotte City Council hearing on LGBT protections brought out the community in all its ragged glory.

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On Tap

Matt McKenzie on Craft Beer in Charlotte

Brawley’s Beverage hosting Wooden Robot release this Wednesday

Three Laws Black Saison is collaboration with Haw River Farmhouse Ales

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Blue Gets Peruvian

The 4th charity event benefiting Wellspring International will take place on March 13

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

LAM Home Opens in Matthews

March 5 marks the grand opening of the downtown location for the interior design studio and retail home store

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

Passing LGBT Protections: The Economic Case

Tonight, the City Council can vote to keep pace with its competitor cities or risk jobs, workers, and money.

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Walls with Attitude

Homeowners and designers are showing their style in unexpected ways, dressing up Sheetrock with textures, fabrics, and glass

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Revue

Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

McColl Center Starts Music & Film Program (Plus: This Weekend in Charlotte)

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

Gas Tax Breakdown

The N.C. Senate's gas tax proposal would actually raise taxes while eliminating 500 state jobs. These guys are supposed to be conservatives?

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On Tap

Matt McKenzie on Craft Beer in Charlotte

First Look: Duckworth’s biggest location yet brings a strong craft presence to Uptown Charlotte

Featuring more than 150 taps, grand opening March 2

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

This Recipe Won a Student $5,000

Johnson & Wales student chefs compete in cooking contest

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Dusk Till Dawn

Jared Misner Chronicles Charlotte's Nightlife and Social Scene, Straight No Chaser

CIAA-Themed Parties, TyberPalooza, Bosses and Bottles With Rick Ross, Charlotte Coffee Crawl and More, Feb. 26-March 1

With the CIAA in town, there are a slew of events going on in Charlotte this weekend. And if the basketball tournament isn't your style, here are a few others that'll make your weekend all that much better.

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

Senate, Recuse Thyself

Under a bill that just passed the N.C. Senate, magistrates can recuse themselves from performing same-sex marriages.

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On Tap

Matt McKenzie on Craft Beer in Charlotte

The Beer Growler hosts Wicked Weed tap takeover, Salud pairs beer with Girl Scout cookies and the latest Good Morning breakfast at Good Bottle Co.

This week’s local craft beer happenings

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Design for a Cause

Our Towns Habitat for Humanity is accepting applications for its fifth-annual ReStore ReStyle event

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

e2 emeril’s eatery and e2GO to Close

e2 and e2GO will close on April 26, 2015

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