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Analysis: The DA’s Foreseeable Decision in the Danquirs Franklin Shooting

It’s no surprise that District Attorney Spencer Merriweather decided not to charge the police officer who shot and killed Danquirs Franklin outside a Burger King on March 25. Legally, the case just wasn’t prosecutable. Emotionally, the whole thing’s a tragic mess.
August 2019

Charlotte Pride 2019 – What’s New This Year?

Plan your Pride weekend with these new events.
August 2019

The Survivor’s Defiance of Drew Pescaro

UNC Charlotte junior Drew Pescaro survived a gunshot wound from the on-campus shooting April 30. If you object to his asking why so many people have so many guns, too bad.
August 2019

Editor's Note (August 2019): Revision of a Place

What’s our underlying brand?
August 2019

Perspective: Taming the Dragon

Get a good look so you know how to tackle it
August 2019

Along the Way: Life, Meaning, and the Senior Scholars

After 100 interviews with people from all over the city, a podcast host shares his lessons about what matters most
August 2019

Q&A: Charlotte's Juliann Sheldon on Being a Worst Cooks in America Contestant

Former Panthers cheerleader appears on new season debuting Sunday
August 2019

What I Learned from Sitting Still and Shutting Up

Lessons from a silent meditation retreat
July 2019

Growing Up at Tucker’s Grove

Minuette Floyd has witnessed the tradition of African-American camp meetings since she was a child in the 1960s. Now she’s returned to document the religious community through her camera’s lens
July 2019

Tucker's Grove Through the Lens of Raymond Grubb

The fine artist and photographer has observed camp meetings for 25 years. His photographs capture the whirl of energy and one community’s joy in worship and reunion
July 2019