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Is It Time To Regulate Social Media?

We live in an age of live-streamed violence and its instant, global, unregulated amplification. Maybe, says Duke professor Philip Napoli, it’s time to put some controls on social media content as we do with radio and TV.
March 2019

Breaking Down the Wedge in Charlotte

The city has grown accustomed to two distinct sides of its own face: a division between haves in south Charlotte and have-nots everywhere else. But the lines between the poor and rich parts of Charlotte are eroding, and the poor are trying to find places to live anywhere they can
March 2019

Sticker Shock: Inside Charlotte’s Property Revaluation

Eight years after a disastrous overassessment of Mecklenburg County land values, the county exercises more diligence this time—and oversees a spike in values with some tax bills to match
March 2019

What Happened With the Cross Charlotte Trail?

The City Council thought $38 million would pay for the project. That estimate was short—by a lot. What happened?
March 2019

11 St. Patrick's Day Events Across Charlotte

March 2019

Scenes from CIAA Week 2019

March 2019

Borum Conviction Ties Knot On Scott Protests’ Legal End

The conviction of Rayquan Borum for shooting and killing Justin Carr during a protest uptown on September 21, 2016, ties up the legal end of the Keith Lamont Scott affair—and little else.
March 2019

RECIPE: Spring, Thai Style

Try this colorful Thai-inspired dish packed with flavor
March 2019

Book Spotlight: Cooking with Bruce Moffett

The chef’s cookbook brings readers to his New Southern kitchen
March 2019

Editor's Note (March 2019): Please & Thank You

The lesson five strangers and a shag carpet taught me about music
March 2019