Meet the man who’s been announcing Knights games for 16 years
After 10 years of court cases, after a series of complicated land swaps, after two decades floundering away as the South Carolina baseball team with the Charlotte name, the Knights are home. And the pressure is on to make it all worthwhile
Professionals lend their talent to everything from video games to jewelry commercials
One squirrel, 15 cats, and a coupla hot chicks
Formerly incarcerated women find their way from one life to the next by walking through the café door
Five decades ago, poetry saved a Davidson College professor from despair. He’s spent the rest of his life sharing the gift of writing with others
Charlotte’s real estate market is coming back to life. Whether you’re starting a family, looking to invest, or retiring, there’s a house out there for you
Fifteen years ago, a Charlotte woman began a new career as a police officer on an enchanted island. enchanted island. A few months later, she was found shot to death near the base of North Carolina’s oldest lighthouse. Today, the case has been reopened, and the search for answers continues
Winterfield depends on the mall's redevelopment
More than 50 artists contributed to the project now on display in South End
The annual tournament is a time for alumni—and friends—to come together.
This South Carolina spot leaves travelers fully immersed in nature
For nearly two decades, Pauline Wood has been redefining local food in Matthews
Waitin’ on a train at Charlotte’s least romantic place
The demolition of a massive mall, and other things I forgot to love enough
What to see and do during the second half of the season
She has an open attitude and a talent for slashing budgets. Can she fix Mecklenburg County government?
The stories behind the streets that define our city
From the executive editor
Alex Uhler was a straight-A student, an Eagle Scout, and earned a black belt in Taekwondo. And he was a heroin addict. Why are kids like him, from Charlotte’s wealthy neighborhoods and good schools, turning to the deadliest drugs?
These 19 acts/individuals range from performers to producers, from fresh faces to local legends, and they represent the varied, current sounds of the city
Photography and film museum moves to Plaza Midwood
The president of Johnson C. Smith University looks for new ways to fund the school by helping needy students
A timeline of our favorite places to see live music