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The 2018 Midterms in Charlotte: Strong Turnout and a Blue Shift

ANALYSIS: The 2018 midterm elections yielded some good news for Democrats, some relief for Republicans, and a level of voter turnout that suggested American democracy is still alive and thrashing.
November 2018

Solstice Tavern Closes in NoDa

November 2018

Perspective: A Lesson in Persistence

Why do we give up, and why do we keep going?
November 2018

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

3 Eco-Friendly Charlotte Establishments

The City of Charlotte has named its first three Green Seal restaurants.
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

A Night Out in … South End

​Part of our Charlotte magazine neighborhood date series
October 2018

ARTS: 10 Things You Can’t Miss in November 2018

October 2018

GALLERY: #discussCLT: Higher Education in Charlotte

October 2018

What’s Higher Ed’s Purpose in Charlotte?

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