Josh Lanier on Charlotte Arts & Culture
The seed for what has become the biggest juried art show in North Carolina began decades ago in a South Carolina mill.
Posted 05/21/13 @ 02:43 AM
Greg Lacour on Politics
Good reporting has shaken loose information that attaches a new Instagram filter to two of Charlotte's biggest political stories.
Posted 05/20/13 @ 01:11 PM
News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene
Blue Taj, the sister restaurant to uptown's Copper, offers a taste of India in the Ballantyne area. This retro-chic destination is a great stop for lunch or dinner.
Posted 05/20/13 @ 10:30 AM
Dispatches in Inanity from Jeremy Markovich
Stolen chicken wings, Ryan Lochte, and a happy little painter sighting at the airport.
Posted 05/13/13 @ 08:25 AM
Chronicling Charlotte Nightlife, Straight No Chaser
It looks like 80-degree days are going to be here for awhile. The offerings of social events and parties are heating up too.
Posted 05/17/13 @ 02:52 PM
A blog where Charlotte business, politics, and media intersect
Here's a roundup of some of our past coverage of Foxx
Posted 04/28/13 @ 06:07 PM
Matt McKenzie on Craft Beer in Charlotte
Look for Squirrels on Geese to be available in mid-June
Posted 05/20/13 @ 02:32 PM
The Southern Bride’s Guide to Everything Wedding
Photographs from Charlotte and beyond
The Charlotte Hounds played host to the Denver Outlaws at their home opener on April 27th. The Hounds led early but came up short in the end, losing 16-21. If you didn't know, Charlotte has Major League Lacrosse. You may see it as Hounds LAX around town. They have a loyal fan base that stuck it out in the rain for the duration, only to see their team lose. I personally know nothing about lacrosse but liked the fact it was fast paced. If you like hockey or any sport for that matter, perhaps check them out. There next home game is May 11th at American Legion Memorial Stadium uptown.
Posted 05/02/13 @ 05:51 PM