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

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

Inside South End's Newest Fast-Casual Spot, Ilios Crafted Greek

A new Greek eatery embraces their millennial-driven neighborhood
October 2018

GALLERY: #discussCLT: Higher Education in Charlotte

October 2018

Inside Queens University's Rugby Team

Coach Frank McKinney looks to build a winning lineup
October 2018

Your Mom's Donuts Opening Davidson Location, Sharing Carolina Craft Butchery Space

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

Mark O’Connor’s Musical Family Hosts World-Class Strings Camp

October 2018

The Charlotte Judge Who Made History When He Came Out

In 1998, Ray Warren was the first Republican elected official in the state to come out as gay—a piece of history that’s been long overlooked
October 2018