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MLK and the Fierce Urgency of Economic Justice in Charlotte

There’s a reason why you might have sensed a different tone to MLK Day in Charlotte.

In Charlotte Restaurants, the Struggle to Find Good Help

Charlotte’s restaurant scene has exploded in the last couple of years. But that’s created a new problem with owners trying to assemble quality teams.

#DiscussCLT Podcast: Ep. 10, Frank Scibelli & Nick Tarnate

Anthony Foxx and the Urban-Rural Divide

Former Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx says he’ll work on closing the gap between cities and country once he leaves Washington.

A Record For #GivingTuesdayCLT

Kelly Brooks and SHARE Charlotte’s #GivingTuesdayCLT campaign raised $7.2 million—more than any city campaign in the international organization’s four-year history.

#DiscussCLT Podcast: Episode 9 with CTC's Allison Rhinehardt & Keith Cradle

Keith Cradle on How To Give Time, Talent, and Treasure

Joining a nonprofit board has benefits beyond that group's cause, says Keith Cradle. You enter the web of people who care about the community and have the influence to change it for the better.

A Not-So Dickens Charlotte Christmas Carol

The Gay Men's Chorus of Charlotte performed "A Not-So Dicken's Charlotte Christmas Carol" at our Charlotteans of the Year Awards Luncheon. They performed a parody song recapping Charlotte in 2016.

VIDEO: Charlotteans of the Year Honorees

See why we chose our 2016 Class of Charlotteans of the Year.

Charlotteans of a Hard Year

Third group of Charlotte’s honorees honored at luncheon that wasn’t always comfortable

LISTEN: #DiscussCLT Podcast: Episode 8

Keith Cradle talks getting involved with the community

Opinion: This Could Change Everything

The courts have issued huge corrective rulings on North Carolina's gerrymandering before. This is the most important one.

A Result with No Ending

The DA’s decision to not press charges against the officer who shot Keith Scott doesn’t bring closure to the problems that surround it

LISTEN: #DiscussCLT Podcast: Episode 7

Adam Rhew joins us to talk criticism and objectivity in journalism

Charlotteans of the Year 2016: The Kindreds

A day in the life of the husband-and-wife restaurant team that helped bring national attention to Charlotte’s restaurant scene— and had several more important accomplishments in their own house
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