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PHOTOS: Scenes from the 2018 Charlotte Women's March

Opinion: A Place for Everyone at the Women's March

#discussCLT Podcast: Episode 31, Basal Coffee

The Failed Amazon Bid and Charlotte’s Achilles Heel

Charlotte’s pride took a hit Thursday morning when the city was excluded from the list of potential sites for Amazon’s eastern headquarters. But the reason for the exclusion isn’t hard to figure out.

PHOTOS: Charlotte's First Snow Day of 2018

Wrestling the Fake News Monster

A panel of local journalists took part Thursday in a discussion at the Levine Museum of the New South. How have digital media and charges of ‘fake news’ changed how reporters report, and consumers consume?

Style Q&A: The Married Team Behind Gregory Sylvia

The First Week of 2018: A Drive-Through

The slow progress of the Leading On Opportunity council; another head-shaker from Pittenger; why officials should proceed with caution on taxpayer subsidies for the Panthers.

Editor's Note (January 2018): The Backdrops of Our Memories

Room We Love: An On-Trend Kitchen in Concord

Along The Way With Michael Graff: Cold Nights, Warm Feelings

The neighborhood restaurant is no place for facing life’s biggest questions

Corkbuzz’s Sommeliers Can Decode Your Wine Preferences

Our 12 Most-Read Stories of 2017

Perspective: Winter Cheer

Rooting for others to succeed instead of fail

Direct Flight: A Trip to St. Louis

Finding craft brews in Budweiser’s hometown

Cheer In the Panthers’ Week of Strife

In as turbulent a week as the Carolina Panthers has ever endured, star running back Jonathan Stewart delivers some holiday warmth to autistic children.

2017 In Review: Public Life

It was a weird, chaotic year in Charlotte’s public life. All the issues seemed in transit, halfway between realization and resolution.

Life Lessons: Felix Sabates

Before he bought a NASCAR team, the Cuban-American businessman parked cars

Cracked Crowns: 2017

Many things happened in, around, or to folks in Charlotte that made us cringe in 2017. Fortunately, some things also happened that made us cringe slightly less. These are those things

Eastover Townhome Merges Function, Elegance

The Untold Story of Sonic Man, Charlotte's Superhero

Meet the woman behind the legend

What Happens to Charlotte's 'Drug Babies'

Every three weeks, opioids kill as many Americans as did the 9/11 attacks. Even more users cycle between addiction and treatment, their lives defined by the blurry, shaky minutes that fill the gap from one hit to the next. When addicts relapse, go to jail, or overdose, what happens to the kids left behind?

Jerry Richardson to Sell Carolina Panthers

Founding owner faces sexual misconduct allegations
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