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A Writer Reflects on Moments Shared with Billy Graham

And how that personal touch is part of the minister's legacy

Inside Men's Boutique The House of LeMond

BGEA Releases Ceremony, Funeral Plans for Graham

The Faithful: Scenes from the Billy Graham Library

Graham’s followers mourn his death by recalling their intersections with his inspirational life

Rev. Billy Graham: 1918-2018

Billy Graham: From Here to Heaven, a Timeline

Ninety-nine years ago, a Graham boy was born on a dairy farm just outside of the Charlotte city limits. Now, we look back on his most incredible life.

Longtime YMCA Staffers Found Home—and Each Other—at Summer Camp

Life lessons from Kaye and Bill Carraway

Inside the Changing Retail Landscape of Charlotte

From its iconic department store to temporary boutiques, Charlotte’s scene is evolving—fast

A Look Inside the Last Showing at the Park Terrace Theater

Trippy carpet, a beloved theater, and lessons about uncool Charlotte

Dwight Howard Talks Style

The Charlotte Hornets big man is still learning his way around the city, but he’s already comfortable in suits or sweats

Spring Fashion Preview 2018

Get ready for spring with bold silhouettes and saturated hues

Can Doing the Elizabeth-Born #ALSPepperChallenge Actually Help ALS Patients?

The ALS Pepper Challenge is a hotter take on the Ice Bucket Challenge of 2014—and it was started by an Elizabeth resident. Here's what you need to know about the challenge, where your donation money is going, and why we still haven't cured ALS.

Interview: Taiwo Jaiyeoba

A one-on-one with Charlotte’s new planning director about the long-awaited zoning rewrite, Charlotte’s potential, and how Sesame Street influenced his planning philosophy.

Laura Vinroot Poole on 20 Years Fashioning a City

As her SouthPark boutique Capitol marks two decades, she puts her coveted seal of approval on her hometown

3 Reader-Submitted Charlotte Love Stories

A Charlotte Love Story—and the Charlotte Bars Where It Unfolded

Perspective: Social Change Is Slow, But Small Steps Add Up

Style: Accessories Designer Maggie Gavigan Smith

She keeps her Southern sensibilities

Book Spotlight: Katherine Faw's Ultraluminous

A Wilkesboro native’s new novel presents a character in sparse prose

Editor's Note (February 2018): Honest Conversations

Along the Way with Michael Graff: The Last of the Roses

Who ever wanted a concrete garden?

Shopping: Love Letter Supplies

Caregivers Fill the Spaces Families Often Can’t

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