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The Melting Pot: Southern & Not-Southern Food

The Death of the Southern Accent? (At Least in These Parts)

And the rise of a new way of looking at language

Memories of Brooklyn

A black man’s search for the “warmth of other suns” leads him back to his Southern roots

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The Melting Pot: Southern & Not-Southern Food

LittleSpoon Eatery

Breakfast-and-lunch spot brings Los Angeles flair to Myers Park

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Beyond Angels: Anne Neilson Fine Art

The artist opens her first gallery in South End

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Hade Robinson Talks Belles and Bright Colors

It’s his job to know Charlotte’s style. So we asked him: How do we look?

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Beer & Branding Showcase

The results of the home-brewing-and-design competition are released Tuesday

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

Why Did the Legislature Leave Historic Preservation To Die?

The GOP-controlled N.C. legislature has been anti-city from the start. So when it came time to renew the Historic Preservation Tax Credit program, which even Pat McCrory praises, it slammed the door.

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On Tap

Matt McKenzie on Craft Beer in Charlotte

Tickets now on sale for Salud Beer Shop’s “Release the Funk 2: Electric Funkaloo”

Second annual sour festival set for Nov. 15 at Neighborhood Theatre

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Trade & Tryon

Where Charlotte business, politics, and media intersect

West Charlotte Lions Speak Out

Alumni respond to story on the end of desegregation

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

The Audit of Orrville

We keep hearing government should run more like a business. Maybe not this business.

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Revue

Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

Labor Day Weekend Events (And More)

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Charlotte Food News

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Keep It Simple for Labor Day

If you're throwing a final summer fling, the pros say focus on the fun

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Dusk Till Dawn

Jarvis Holliday Chronicles Charlotte's Nightlife and Social Scene, Straight No Chaser

Happy Hour Events, Couture Fashion Show, Drake vs. Lil Wayne After-Party, Lots of Day Parties, and More this Labor Day Weekend - Aug. 28-Sept. 1

If you’re planning a staycation during this extended Labor Day weekend, this list of more than 25 social events and parties should keep you amply entertained.

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

The Idea House

Charlotte architects create a riverfront oasis in the South Carolina Lowcountry that's built to inspire

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

New Chef for Bad Daddy's

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On Tap

Matt McKenzie on Craft Beer in Charlotte

Tröegs Brewing hits Charlotte shelves

Local events planned around arrival of popular Pennsylvania brewery

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

A Screwing In Three Acts

Three stories illustrate the priorities of our increasingly corporatized public sector.

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Revue

Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

Charlotteans Dazzle on 'America's Got Talent'

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

Robert Hobgood's Judicial Triumph

The judge's school voucher ruling was a sterling example of clarity, succinctness, and constitutionality.

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

5 Events for the Week

From gardening tips, to art exhibits, to art in the garden

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Revue

Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

The Weekday Roundup: Levine Museum, Caroline Rhea, Cage, and Yonder Mountain String Band

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Long Wait at OMB

Some issues arose during a dinner at the new Olde Mecklenberg Brewery

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Revue

Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

This Weekend in Charlotte: The Jazz Room, Keith Urban, and Charlotte Music Festival

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

The Coal Ash Bill's Three Big Loopholes

The legislature passed a bill to regulate coal ash. Sadly, it's practically toothless.

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