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Can Doing the Elizabeth-Born #ALSPepperChallenge Actually Help ALS Patients?

The ALS Pepper Challenge is a hotter take on the Ice Bucket Challenge of 2014—and it was started by an Elizabeth resident. Here's what you need to know about the challenge, where your donation money is going, and why we still haven't cured ALS.
February 2018

Interview: Taiwo Jaiyeoba

A one-on-one with Charlotte’s new planning director about the long-awaited zoning rewrite, Charlotte’s potential, and how Sesame Street influenced his planning philosophy.
February 2018

Review: The Packhouse a Beautiful Nod to Carolina’s Tobacco Past

February 2018

Laura Vinroot Poole on 20 Years Fashioning a City

As her SouthPark boutique Capitol marks two decades, she puts her coveted seal of approval on her hometown
February 2018

5 Unconventional Home Designs Worth Trying

February 2018

Joe Kindred Makes James Beard Awards 2018 Semi-Finalist List

February 2018

Unknown Goes Dark, Light for Next Two Releases

First up is Rarest Bean, out Friday in taproom
February 2018

This Weekend's Agenda: 30+ Events (Feb. 15-Feb. 21)

Arts, food, beer, and social events
February 2018

Not Just for Millennials: Baby Boomers Flock to Charlotte Apartments

Sponsored by Tindall Park Apartment Homes
February 2018

Who’s Going To Pay For Charlotte’s Transit Future?

CATS CEO John Lewis discusses the future of Charlotte’s transit system in the latest #discussCLT podcast episode. But can the city achieve its goals with minimal federal investment?
February 2018
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