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#discussCLT: The Riddle of Charlotte’s Murder Spike

Charlotte’s on track for more than 100 homicides in 2017, the most in a generation—and police here and in other cities struggle to explain the rise.
April 2017

#discussCLT: A Transformed Charlotte, By Design

Janette Sadik-Khan, hailed as a leader in re-imagining cities, told about 500 people at the McGlohon Theater on Tuesday that urban transformation doesn't have to take forever or cost millions.
April 2017

Opinion: The Big Post-HB2 Question

House Bill 142 as a replacement for HB2 might have been the best compromise under the circumstances. But we're all still under the legislature's thumb.
March 2017

#discussCLT: Hard Truths About the Two Charlottes

It’s easy to look with cynicism on a task force report on how to serve Charlotte's poor. Given the challenge, it’s also not an option.
March 2017

#discussCLT Podcast: The Urban-Rural Divide

March 2017

#discussCLT: One Side of the Urban-Rural Divide

We’ll be discussing the urban-rural divide at the next #discussCLT event. A recent New York Times piece illustrates why those discussions are so important—and frustrating.
March 2017

#discussCLT: Partners In Life, Activism Talk LGBTQ Issues

Writer/humorist/activist Joanne Spataro and her partner, musician/activist Lara Americo, were guests on the latest #discussCLT podcast as we approach the one-year anniversary of House Bill 2.
March 2017

#discussCLT: What is Charlotte Food?

Held at Lenny Boy Brewing Co. on Feb. 16, 2017
March 2017

#discussCLT Podcast: Lara Americo & Joanne Spataro

March 2017

#discussCLT: A Non-Mob Scene at the County Commission

Tuesday’s meeting of Mecklenburg County Commissioners didn’t devolve into a shouting match as the Charlotte City Council meeting did last week. It was still plenty compelling.
March 2017