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More Eyes On Charlotte’s Housing Crisis

The Planning Commission, the gatekeeper for land use in Charlotte, adopts language that for the first time emphasizes the need for affordable housing. Will that help solve the problem?
April 2018

World Tour: Charlotte’s Sister Cities

From Peru to China, Charlotte’s eight sister cities span the globe and have helped promote economic development and diplomacy for more than 50 years. Meet your international family.
April 2018

Girl Tribe Pop-Up Returns to Charlotte Bigger Than Ever

The weekend-long shopping affair features Little King Art macrame planter workshops, The Dumpling Lady, craft cocktails, and HSM fitness classes, among other exciting extras.
April 2018

Q&A: U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith on CPCC’s Sensoria, Her New Role

April 2018

Menu Preview: Stoke's Spring Menu

April 2018

Beer Releases from Sycamore, Wooden Robot, NoDa

April 2018

4 Things to Know: Smart Series' One-Night Art Showcase in South End

April 2018

Charlotte Restaurants Curate Baskets for Pop-up Picnic in Freedom Park

Some are already sold out, so act fast if you want one!
April 2018

Momentum For the Community Land Trust

Charlotte City Council members are examining the tantalizing idea of a community land trust as a tool for keeping some homes affordable.
April 2018

Charlotte Events Mark 50th Anniversary of MLK Assassination

April 2018
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