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The Lure of the (Other) Lake

New developments and rising home sales in Lake Wylie signal big changes for the quiet, close-knit community

Works in Progress: Kids Making Art in Charlotte

When school budgets are tight, arts courses often are the first to be cut. But for many kids in Charlotte, art isn’t just a fun break from math or science—it gives them a place in the world

World Tour: Charlotte’s Sister Cities

From Peru to China, Charlotte’s eight sister cities span the globe and have helped promote economic development and diplomacy for more than 50 years. Meet your international family.
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More >> Restaurants

The Mandrake: Searching for Staying Power

Restaurant looks to find success with uptown small plates

Best Classic Cocktails

With the help of vintage recipes, herbal spirits, fresh ingredients, and innovative methods, bartenders are bringing drinks of another era to the modern bar. Here are four of our favorites.
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Spruced Up: Accessories for Men

Men don’t often discuss accessories, but that doesn’t mean they can’t wear them. Now’s the time to try a new belt, watch, or pocket square.
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Revue

Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

Levine Museum President to Retire in November

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Easter Lilies

Keep your favorite seasonal flower looking good on the table or in the yard

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

Free to Discriminate

As we knew they would, lawmakers float a bill that would allow discrimination against LGBT people—and two of Charlotte's own are leading the charge.

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Are You a Champion?

Nathan’s Famous announces the 2015 qualifying circuit for Fourth of July International Hot Dog-Eating Championship

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

Immigrant Song

Charlotte's immigrant community is changing, and changing the city it occupies. An immigrant task force report shows how.

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Revue

Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

This Weekend in Charlotte: Symphony, John Mulaney, & John Mellencamp

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Easter Brunches in Charlotte

Making plans for Easter Sunday? See what restaurants are doing something special

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On Tap

Matt McKenzie on Craft Beer in Charlotte

Olde Mecklenburg celebrates six-year anniversary Saturday

Brewery also hosting “Dudeapalooza” Thursday

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Dusk Till Dawn

Jared Misner Chronicles Charlotte's Nightlife and Social Scene, Straight No Chaser

Dudeapalooza, Mad Monster Party, All Ale To The Queen Beer Carnival, Carowinds Opening Weekend and More, March 26-March 29

From a beer carnival to a barefoot studio night to a Mad Monster Party, enjoy the weekend, Charlotte.

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Competition Dining Cook-off Week 1 Roundup

See which Charlotte chefs advanced in the first three contests

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Spring Planting 101

Area farms, nurseries, gardens, and organizations offer classes and products

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Free Ice Cream!

It's a magical day that happens once a year at your local Ben & Jerry's ...

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On Tap

Matt McKenzie on Craft Beer in Charlotte

Salud Beer Shop introduces Crowlers to Charlotte

32-ounce take-home cans now available to be filled

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Ballantyne Village Eatery Shifting to New Concept

Villa Antonio will reopen in new space as Gusto Pasta Bar

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Chef's Recipe: Morels and Halibut

Chef Greg Zanitsch of The Fig Tree in Charlotte is dishing up his favorite spring ingredient: morels

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Morning at the Market

On a crisp, sunny Saturday, the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market buzzes with activity

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Revue

Andy Smith on Charlotte Arts & Culture

Moving Poets Throws Barefoot Studio Crawl (Plus: The Weekday Roundup)

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Poking the Hornet's Nest

Greg Lacour on Politics

Scott Walker in South Carolina: The Power of Prayer and Kohl's

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker hopes he can drum up support among South Carolina's Republican voters in advance of next year's presidential primary. At a breakfast Friday in Rock Hill, he stressed God and Kohl's.

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Charlotte at Home

Creating Your Space in the Queen City

Four Recipes to Celebrate Spring

Whip up a couple of these crowd pleasers for a weekend get-together

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Dine & Dish

News, Notes, and Gossip About the Charlotte Restaurant Scene

Upcoming Food Events

Want to know where you can combine events and food this weekend and next week? We have you covered.

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