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Queens Physics Professor Creates Light-Energized Clothing

After Hornets and Panthers Scandals: What's Changed?

Two sports owners, two allegations of misconduct, 20 years apart

The Past and the Future in Charlotte Music

Charlotte’s known more for tearing own its spaces for music than creating them. How can that change, and who can change it?

Watch Favorite Frightening Films at Free Halloween Movie Marathon in Uptown

Family-friendly flicks plus spooky horror screenings when the sun goes down.

Should Charlotte Invest More in Higher Ed?

Our next #discussCLT event October 17 will tackle the issue of higher education in Charlotte, and whether the relative lack of research and development campuses hinders economic development.

5 Things to Know: Hannibal Buress Coming to Charlotte

He talks CBD, official alerts, and funny dudes ahead of his Oct. 10 show

Do We Really Care About Our Children?

Harvard’s Chetty unveils a new tool to track social (im)mobility, plus the latest on the RNC and scooters.

SHOPPING: Rose-Colored Looks

Perspective: Welcoming Friends, Family into a Space That’s Yours

5 Things to Know About Nebel’s Alley, South End’s New, Romantic Night Market

STYLE: Museum Curator Annie Carlano Gets Personal About Fashion

Along the Way: 'It's Hard Out Here'

A meeting with a stranger, two slices of pepperoni, and 300 Bible verses

CMPD Will Buy RNC Gear. When Will the Public Know What It Is?

CMPD will spent an estimated $50 million in federal grant money for security before the 2020 Republican convention but doesn’t plan to disclose what it buys until afterward. This does not sit well with police accountability groups, and at least one City Council member.

A Heart Condition Doesn’t Stop This Charlottean's Love of Cycling

College Town Travel: Boone

Home to Appalachian State University, it's a quaint mountain town full of surprises

Charlotte Fashion Week Shows & Parties 2018

Behind the WFAE Podcast She Says

Program shares the story of “Linda,” a sexual assault survivor

Meet Lord Mayor John Bullfrog of the Carolina Renaissance Festival

Development Forced It Out of Charlotte, But Backstage Vintage Still Dresses the City

When Charlotte Floods, Creeks Carry the Load

Creeks and streams—3,000 miles’ worth—wind throughout Mecklenburg County, carrying untold amounts of water during storms that ends up flooding scattered low spots.

Live Music & Drink Specials: This SouthPark Hidden Gem is Our Favorite Fall Patio

In partnership with Village Tavern

How to Help Those Affected by Hurricane Florence

Where to donate food and money to help Hurricane Florence victims.

PHOTOS: Florence Arrives in Charlotte