One farming family watched Interstate 485 creep closer to them from both sides for nearly three decades, until their land was the last link in the loop. They never protested. They never tried to stop it. But when they saw the road open in early June, a piece of their family was lost
How Charlotte created the third-largest LGBTQ pride event in the South
One woman’s search for Charlotte’s laziest yoga class
When a white CMPD officer shot and killed an unarmed black man two years ago, there were no riots here. Why not? The answer starts with the retiring police chief
An area code can instantly evoke a feeling, depending on who’s calling
What would happen if we ranked restaurants on sentiment instead of hype?
A son won’t let his father’s Parkinson’s disease stand between them
Why are we so afraid to talk about it?
Late at night in dining rooms and restaurants, adults are throwing a different type of dinner party—one in which sushi comes served on a nude model. Come on, we’ll show you. Don’t blush.
What money can buy: intimate nights with some of the biggest names in music
A map of the city's Hollywood moments
A writer, a hermit, and Oreo cookies: The strange and sad tale of Cole Waddell's first magazine story
Not long ago, South Mecklenburg High School graduate was scooping ice cream and flinging pizzas, wondering if she’d ever make it as an actress. Now, she’s a star in the hottest show on Broadway
Event lets adults be kids again
Goodbye to you, Charlotte: Here’s to all the things I’ll miss and all the things I missed
With Publix opening stores from Ballantyne to Cornelius and a Whole Foods planned uptown, the options for grocery shopping can be overwhelming. Whether you’re an avid coupon collector or dread pushing the shopping cart, these tips will help you navigate the aisles.
Home sales are down, rental prices are up, and everywhere you look in South End, a new apartment complex is rising. Charlotte is finally attracting legions of young professionals to its urban center, but that means some families are fleeing to the outskirts of town. The latest real estate boom raises an old question: Will we grow up, or out?
Charlotte City Manager Ron Carlee has had to handle a state attempt to seize control of the city’s airport, a hot-potato transit project, and an arrested mayor. He’s done so by getting to work, and remembering when times were far worse
Led by Hugh McColl and a motivated banking industry, Charlotte becomes the world-class city it’s always wanted to be. Or does it?