Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture
Greg Lacour on Politics
Baker Mitchell's charter schools aren't just laundering public money that goes into his pocket. They're teaching some truly bizarre philosophy.
News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene
Chef Scott Wallen returns to Upstream while Thomas Marlowe has been named the new Executive Chef of Mimosa Grill.
New pastry chef Heidi Kabath brings culinary prowess plus new holiday cooking classes for all things dessert
Dispatches in Inanity from Jeremy Markovich
The Charlotte Hornets revealed their new uniforms, which are great and terrible, no matter what.
Jarvis Holliday Chronicles Charlotte's Nightlife and Social Scene, Straight No Chaser
Young Professionals Events, Sinatra Party, Lookbook Live, Fundraising Galas, Celebrity-Hosted Events, and More - Oct. 16-19
Plenty of special events highlight your social itinerary this week. Don’t miss out on a fun-filled afternoon, evening, or night.
Second installment of Charlotte magazine’s monthly event series invites guests to Eight Sushi and Asian Kitchen.
After-Work Events, Party Like a Pin-Up, Rocktoberfest, Pink and Drink Bar Crawl, Brunch Parties, and More - Oct. 9-12
There’s no shortage of fun over the next few days in Charlotte. And if you don’t find at least one event on this list that you’re interested in, check your pulse.
Where Charlotte business, politics, and media intersect
Two releases: A Dale Earnhardt Jr. feature, and the Dusk Till Dawn Social Series
Matt McKenzie on Craft Beer in Charlotte
Stops at Olde Mecklenburg, NoDa, Sugar Creek and Triple C over the next two weeks
Festivities will feature live music and giveaways
Event will feature breakfast, live music, bottle share and of course, good beer
The Southern Bride’s Guide to Everything Wedding
Looking for some last minute items to add to your registry to make sure your guests aren’t left hanging? Look no further.
It’s Part III of our series on honeymoons! Searching for the perfect destination? Look no further.
Photographs from Charlotte and beyond
Creating Your Space in the Queen City
Savor these fall days by spending some time on the porch or by the fire pit
Bill Voth on the Carolina Panthers
Panthers kicker Graham Gano, punter Brad Nortman and long snapper J.J. Jansen are in their third season together, but their three-way bond makes it seem like they've been around each other a lot longer.
The Panthers considered signing Julius Peppers this offseason. Now they again have to play the best defensive player they've ever had.
Sunday's Panthers game will be Luke Kuechly's first time playing in Cincinnati since he was a tight end and free safety at St. Xavier High School.