• By Nicole Brantley  February 28, 2016 When I moved back home from D.C., I had to get used to running down country roads in my hometown rather than running through the big city passed monuments and through the National Mall. Although the peace of my...

  • By Nicole Brantley Photos by Drea Atkins February 25, 2016 Hope Nicholls is careful to not call herself a native Charlottean but she might as well be, especially when you witness the passion with which she describes her connection to Charlotte’s history and its future. Although...

  • By Elizabeth Thomas February 22, 2016 Ready for an adventure? Tired of doing the same old thing every weekend? There’s a map for that. EDIA Maps, creators of the Great NC Beer Map and the Great NC BBQ Map launched a new project for just...

  • By Branna Calloway February 16, 2016 On February 27, Condom Couture Charlotte will grace Neighborhood Theatre’s stage with over 10,000 condoms worth of fashion and accessories to raise awareness for Planned Parenthood South Atlantic. This marks the second year for this quirky fundraiser that started...

  • By CLTure February 1, 2016 As promised, Charlotte based companies, Priceless Misc and Solid have launched version 2.0 of their popular Purrmoji app. After receiving a ton of national press for their recent Star Wars spoiler blocker, Priceless Misc immediately went to work on the...

  • CLTure  January 18, 2016 Prior to Sunday’s presidential debate in Charleston, S.C, Bernie Sanders sat down with rapper and activist Killer Mike (Run The Jewels), Dr. Cornel West and former Ohio state Sen. Nina Turner for an informal conversation about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy...

  • 100 Gardens founder leaves a lasting legacy By Drea Atkins December 12, 2015 Ron Morgan’s usually homespun living room is abuzz with anticipation about his upcoming art auction at The Elder Gallery on December 17th. The visionary and co-founder behind 100 Gardens is well-known for...

  • By Sara Patterson Photos by Daniel Coston November 11, 2015 Some of America’s most striking social documentary photography spent the past 60 years in boxes. And 13 years ago, those boxes moved to Charlotte with the woman who turned a quietly eloquent lens on mid-century...