April 2018

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Where to Eat Mother's Day Brunch in Charlotte

Derby Day: 10 Charlotte Bars Serving Mint Juleps

Plus, a simple blackberry julep recipe you can make at home.

Girl Tribe Pop-Up Returns to Charlotte Bigger Than Ever

The weekend-long shopping affair features Little King Art macrame planter workshops, The Dumpling Lady, craft cocktails, and HSM fitness classes, among other exciting extras.

Along the Way: Two Roads to Charlotte

A family moves South

Editor's Note (April 2018): Lost in Augmented Reality

OPINION: People Aren’t Mind Readers—You Have to Tell Them What You Want

Book Spotlight: Elaine Neil Orr's Swimming Between Worlds

Nigeria intersects with Winston-Salem in a new novel

Charles Robinson: A Voice for the Vulnerable

A west side native hopes to build a caring community

Legendary Links: 3 Golf Getaways for Charlotteans

The whoosh of a driver. The echo of a sinking golf ball. Birds chirping at your birdies. Whatever your scorecard says, there’s something to appreciate on these fairways

Golf Getaway: Champions Retreat in Georgia

Golf Getaway: The Cradle in Pinehurst, N.C.

Golf Getaway: The Greenbrier in West Virginia

Q&A: Johnson C. Smith University President Clarence D. Armbrister

New university leader Clarence D. Armbrister on what he’s learned in the first few months of his tenure

McCrorey Heights: The Neighborhood of ‘Firsts’

The race to preserve the story of the place where civil rights movements began over dinner tables

Inside the West Side Community Land Trust's Fight Against Displacement

As developers close in on the west side, a group of residents explores what may be their only option

The Case for Great Wolf Lodge

A cure for the common staycation and lingering existential crisis

Shopping: Hats for Warmer Weather

Charlotte Real Estate: The Condo Recovery

Apartments are being thrown up every day. Why haven’t condos caught up?

Real Estate in Charlotte: 2018

Off the Market: Charlotte Real Estate's Low Inventory Explained

There are fewer homes than ever for sale. What does that mean for homeowners?

Cancer Survivor Finds a New Path in Honey

Resident Culture Brewing Has Found Its Niche

Inside a newer addition to our ever-crowded brewery scene

NoDa’s Mac Tabby Cat Café: Part Coffee Shop, Part Rescue Mission

Restaurant Review: SouthBound on South Boulevard

It's isn’t as authentic as it claims, but that’s OK if all you want is a fun night out

Inside University City’s Identity Crisis

Can the light rail extension spur the development of a college town?