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On and off the ballroom floor, he loves the classics
It's been a year since House Bill 2 passed. It seems like longer. It was just the beginning.
Will the Tar Heels win another national title?
With all the arrows pointed at Jennifer Roberts and the introduction this week of a pooping pug, we could be in for a weird 2017 Charlotte mayor’s race.
N.C. Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger got caught changing headlines in violation of Facebook policy. His response? Accuse Facebook of censorship. Via Facebook.
A sweet reminder of the joys of perseverance
Republican county commissioners James Puckett and Bill James suggest ICE attend tonight’s Mecklenburg commissioners meeting. It’s a trap.
A quick ode to the beloved TV cart
Caitríona O’Shaughnessy celebrates her Irish heritage year-round
At the northern end of the Appalachian Trail, an education on determination and finishing what you started
A bill filed Thursday in the N.C. House would criminalize certain acts of protest—part of a widespread movement in GOP-controlled legislatures.
Two hundred frightened, frustrated people spent their Monday night yelling abuse at a City Council with no power to solve their problem.
It’s becoming clear that no meaningful House Bill 2 repeal is possible.
One man’s commitment to keep his childhood neighborhood safe and prosperous, one literary adventure at a time