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Tipping etiquette 101: What to do at the Common Market (and shops like it)

The situation: You run into the Common Market or the Rhino Market or Pasta & Provisions or any of the city’s locally owned bodegas and markets. You...

Charlotte-based TV drama “Delilah” premieres next week — but locals get a sneak peek

A new OWN drama series called “Delilah” puts Charlotte in the spotlight. It premieres next week, but Charlotteans can watch the first episode...

Charlotte FC ticket prices are nothing to cheer about

Tickets for Charlotte FC’s inaugural season are now for sale, but the prices are among the highest in the league. The big picture: Charlotte FC is the...

New real estate platform lets Charlotte homebuyers offer all-cash

Real estate tech startup Orchard moves the home-buying experience completely online and gives buyers the option to put down all-cash offers in...

Weekday Planner: 20 things to do in Charlotte this week

MONDAY, MARCH 1 I Heart Rail Trail “LIGHTS” South End | Feb. 19-Mar. 7 | Free | Details Why you should go: The popular I Heart Rail Trail...

11 must-try Charlotte bakeries, and what to order at each

In these unprecedented times, we could all use a little sweet treat. Here are 11 must-try Charlotte bakeries, and what to order at each. Note: Listed in no...

7 things that have made us smile lately

This content was created in partnership with Lineberger Orthodontics – Smile on, CLT. There hasn’t been a lot to smile about over the past year. I...
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14 Charlotte job openings for creatives

This story is proudly presented by the Axios Charlotte Job Board, where top employers find top talent.  Do you have a way with words or an eye for design?...

Ghost kitchens find a home in west Charlotte

This story was last updated on March 1, 2021. Ghost kitchens, or takeout-only restaurants, have boomed behind the scenes during the pandemic. Why it matters:...

Instagram scammer targets Charlotte influencer

Social media scams are growing in prevalence and local grassroots influencers aren’t immune. Why it matters: Scammers are evolving to be more social...

They took their Black barbershop to SouthPark. Next up: the moon.

Two successful businessmen were touring their new space in Charlotte’s fanciest mall when the person showing them around suggested they consider changing...

Hot homes: 5 houses for sale in Charlotte, starting at $250K

This real estate roundup is proudly presented by The Redbud Group, creating great experiences. Here’s one of their favorite listings this week: 2521 Gallery...

Mystery solved: Sycamore’s spiked seltzer brand behind the 77s around town

Some thought the mysterious 77s around town were a reference to I-77 toll lanes or “77 more beige apartments” or a Bojangles campaign for its...

New Asian restaurant and bar called Warmack now open in Plaza Midwood

Warmack, a new Asian restaurant and bar, soft opened in the former Pint Central space in Plaza Midwood this week. What to expect: The space looks completely...

What other cities can learn from Charlotte’s mass vaccination events

A group of Charlotte businesses hope to be a model for mass vaccination events nationwide through a playbook they delivered to governors of all 50 states on...

One of the owners behind crab-cake-famous Lulu’s is opening a bar and lounge

Hideaway, a new bar and restaurant from Jay Davis of the wildly popular Lulu’s Maryland Style Chicken and Seafood, is opening this spring in west Charlotte....

Charlotte’s big transit plans could be a tough sell for north Meck

Regardless whether it winds up on a ballot this year, Charlotte’s big transit proposal will face heavy opposition in north Mecklenburg towns —...

Weekender: 17 things to do this weekend including a virtual 5k and pop-up market

The Weekender is proudly presented by Charlotte Motor Speedway – Home of the Coca-Cola 600. Memorial Day Weekend will be here before you know it and tickets...

Why a return to the classroom isn’t a fix-all for schools

CMS reopened middle and high schools this week, meaning that for the first time since last March students of every grade level are back in the classroom...