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Creative Loafing’s Sudden, Shocking Demise

Just after noon, and with no warning, the staff at Creative Loafing Charlotte received a visit from their publisher, who informed them that the paper was shutting down, they no longer had jobs, and they had five minutes to collect their things and make way for the movers.
October 2018

CMPD’s ‘Bridging the Difference’: A First Step in RNC 2020 Prep

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney is beginning a series of guided conversations intended to close gaps among constituencies in advance of the RNC in 2020. ‘Hardening the target,’ he calls it.
October 2018

Editor's Note (November 2018): Party of One

October 2018

What Passes For Solace After Butler High Shooting

After a fatal shooting Monday morning at Butler High in Matthews, parents were reduced to accepting the death of only one student, as opposed to more, as a twisted blessing.
October 2018

In Pittsburgh Tragedy's Wake, a Writer Finds Healing in Charlotte’s Jewish Community

'To build; that will be their consolation'
October 2018

Along the Way: The Ballot’s Back Pages

In the age of information, how much do we actually know?
October 2018

Inside Queens University's Rugby Team

Coach Frank McKinney looks to build a winning lineup
October 2018

What’s Higher Ed’s Purpose in Charlotte?

Can Charlotte benefit from a more robust network of colleges and universities?
October 2018

Life Lessons: District Attorney Spencer Merriweather

After sweeping the primaries and running unopposed in the general election, the D.A. gets another four years
October 2018

How to Get a 'Purrfect Catio'

Custom locales give felines a place to roam safely
October 2018