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Churches in Charlotte, Denver hold friendly competition

Churches in Charlotte, Denver hold friendly competition

CHARLOTTE – Local Methodist churches are showing their Panther pride leading up to the Super Bowl, but not by dabbing, wearing No. 1 jerseys or shouting “Luuuuuuuuuke” for everyone to… Read more »

Escape rooms the latest in Charlotte entertainment

Escape rooms the latest in Charlotte entertainment

We had less than three minutes left and couldn’t figure out the last clue to unlock the door before a hypothetical plague swept the room and “killed” us all. As… Read more »

Rusty Bucket Restaurant & Tavern has something for everyone

Rusty Bucket Restaurant & Tavern has something for everyone

Charlotte Restaurant Week kicks off next Friday and if you haven’t had a chance to visit Rusty Bucket Restaurant & Tavern – SouthPark’s latest dining establishment – it’s the excuse… Read more »

Perfecting the gingerbread house

Perfecting the gingerbread house

Ben Kallenbach, executive pastry chef at Ballantyne Hotel’s Gallery restaurant, weighs in on assembling an award-winning gingerbread creation A few years ago, I decided to get crafty for the holiday… Read more »

I dressed up as a ballerina and didn’t offend anyone

I dressed up as a ballerina and didn’t offend anyone

Two days before Halloween I received a text from my brother-in-law who’s a current sophomore at my alma mater, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The text was… Read more »

District 7 candidates discuss traffic, tax dollars in south Charlotte

District 7 candidates discuss traffic, tax dollars in south Charlotte

Election Day is less than two weeks away and Charlotte City Council candidates Republican Ed Driggs and Democrat Chris Turner are in their final stages of campaigning in hopes to… Read more »

Driggs seeks re-election in District 7

Driggs seeks re-election in District 7

Charlotte City Council District 7 Republican representative Ed Driggs will face Democratic challenger Chris Turner on Election Day in hopes to stay in office for another term. Ask most residents… Read more »

Ballantyne Festival to be bigger, better than ever

Ballantyne Festival to be bigger, better than ever

In five short years, the Ballantyne Festival has become one of south Charlotte’s most iconic events. But this year’s event, Ballantyne Festival – Autumn in the Park presented by Carolina… Read more »

Mitchell’s Fund to hold 2015 Prescription of Hope luncheon

Mitchell’s Fund to hold 2015 Prescription of Hope luncheon

Meg McElwain’s life changed forever in April 2014 when her 2-year-old son, Mitchell, died after battling a rare form of leukemia and the effects of chemotherapy for 19 months. Through… Read more »

Newcomer eyes District 7 seat

Newcomer eyes District 7 seat

Democrat Chris Turner seeks to part district’s ‘Red Sea’ District 7 Charlotte City Council candidate Chris Turner hopes she can rally unaffiliated voters and millennials to beat Republican incumbent Ed… Read more »