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Last Call with Ron Stodghill: The Best Concert You Never Saw

What money can buy: intimate nights with some of the biggest names in music

At Home in an International Market

Local stores make faraway cuisines possible in Charlotte

Welcome to HeroesCon

Why Charlotte hosts one the nation’s best comic conventions
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Charlotte's Beers of Summer

Evoke Changes the Conversation

Steaks, salt, and sophistication redefine hotel restaurant
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Shopping for a Beach Party

Beat the heat with embroidered prints, a straw hat, and laid-back accessories.
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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

Our Hero

Yes, North Carolina, we actually are a state of laws. Nation, too.

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Style

The who, the what, and the wear of Charlotte.

Abbeydale celebrates two years in uptown

Shoe shines and coffee at the menswear store

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Happy National Burger Day

It's certainly the season for barbecue and grilling, so we've rounded up the best burgers in the city for you reading and drooling pleasure

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Revue

Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

This Weekend in Charlotte: Friday Live! At the Factory, Seven Guitars, & Brad Paisley

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Exploring Summer Camps

Keep the kids busy as they learn valuable lessons in cooking, gardening, nature, history, and art

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Courting James Beard

Will the Celebrity Chef dinner at Bonterra help give Charlotte's food scene the push it needs?

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Dusk Till Dawn

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

BOB Awards Party, Charlotte Beer Festival, Brew Me Beerfest and More, May 28 to May 31

With a four-day week for many of us, this week flew by. Cheers to another weekend with these social events.

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Style

The who, the what, and the wear of Charlotte.

Charlotte Designer Spotlight: Wiggy Kit

The first employee at Capitol now has her own line

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On Tap

Matt McKenzie on Craft Beer in Charlotte

Olde Mecklenburg and Sugar Creek teaming up for “Pink to Drink” this Thursday

Event also features Paperboy Challenge; raising money for 24 Hours of Booty

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

An Update on Amélie's

The French bakery synonymous with Charlotte will open its Carmel Commons store this weekend

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Carolina's Finest at Elder Gallery

Two South End shows highlight local work

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Revue

Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

The Weekday Roundup: Dr. John, Seven Guitars, and Jay Leno

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Memorial Day Weekend Food and Drink Events

Special events for food and drink lovers in the coming days

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

Local Control for Me, Not Thee

Republicans abandon their principle of local control when it suits them. This means it's not a principle. Here's the real one.

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

NoDa Farmers Market

Charlotte's newest grower-only market has a successful opening and plans to maintain that momentum every Saturday

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Bonjour, Renaissance Patisserie

Chef Sylvain Rivet opened Renaissance Patisserie - a small bakery in the Sedgefield Shopping Center - this week

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Revue

Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

Summer of Tunes: Recurring Live Music Events in Charlotte

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

The Heat on Ron Carlee

Maybe the Charlotte City Council has legitimate problems with City Manager Ron Carlee. But it could have handled them better than this.

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Style

The who, the what, and the wear of Charlotte.

Tabor Opens in Myers Park

Owners of Capitol and Poole Shop expand into menswear with a standalone store for gents

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Grilling: Side Dishes

With Memorial Day around the corner, we rounded up a few side dishes that will be the perfect co-star for your burgers or dogs

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