EditorialsOur writers are always finding new ways to address timely topics for Charlotte – sometimes lighthearted, sometimes serious, always relevant. Whether it’s an investigative report on oft-overlooked trend of “business gentrification” happening here, or a piece about the complex business of mural-making, or personal musings from our publishers, read on for innovative insights on Charlotte life.
Sure, there’s plenty to fret about these days. But there’s a ton of not-evil stuff out there, too. Heck, some of it is flat-out joyful, generous, invigorating and/or awesome. That’s why we’re highlighting a handful of Good Things in every batch of Th… read more »
From the backyard to the boardroom, t-shirts from Charlotte organizations are everywhere in the Queen City. We see them every day, but we rarely know the meaning behind them. Here are five stories behind the shirts. Easy Like Me The Deets: Created by… read more »
You hear it every day: Charlotte is a great place to raise a family. But, it is true? Is it true for everyone? To explore the topic, we turned to soon-to-be-dad, Andrew Au, and four of his fellow creative Charlotteans, each of whom has recently had t… read more »
So, what’s this digital digest all about? And, why on Earth is it called “The Biscuit?” Matt Olin & Tim Miner have their reasons. And, they’re happy (maybe a little too happy) to tell you all about it. Take a bite. “What am I hungry for?”… read more »
Chances are, you’ve seen Brian Lafontaine on screen somewhere. Chances are, you probably didn’t know it. He was an anesthesiologist in an episode of “Homeland.” A doctor in an episode of “Stranger Things.” “Counter Guy” in two episodes of “Dawson’s C… read more »
As a city, Charlotte has a mainstream culture that loves to be on the forefront of trends. So, it’s no surprise people went crazy when Hamilton touched down here. It’s also no surprise that Charlotte likes to take certain elements of creative culture… read more »