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The Uptown arena will close for two NBA off-seasons to create elevated visitor experiences.
Steak 48’s new menu items include elevated caviar service and hanging bacon.
The Carolina Theatre will serve as a civic hub when it reopens in 2025, seven years after renovations began.
The historic Gem Theatre reopens to the public Thursday, May 16, after major renovations.
The street festival will bring Sunday afternoon fun + closures along Camden Road.


Eat and Drink
The Asbury, located inside The Dunhill Hotel, is combining seasonal strawberries with savory favorites through the end of May.
This genius app will match you with great local restaurants to try — and then give you money towards the tab.
A Charlotte-based restaurant will soon occupy the well-known pizza spot on Central Avenue.
The latest venture by Michal Bay is already welcoming taco-loving patrons at Merino Mill.
Travel and Outdoors
Charlotte Douglas International Airport anticipates more than one million travelers for the unofficial start of summer.
Carrigan Farms resumes open swim for summer 2024.
“Snakes of the Carolinas” set to debut at The Schiele Museum.
Mecklenburg County leaders urge vigilance ahead of a potentially active 2024 Atlantic hurricane season.
Real Estate
Whether you’re looking for a wedding venue, corporate event space, gala, or workshops, PINE will provide that open floorplan.
The upcoming Ballantyne hub aims to become a cultural magnet in the Charlotte community.
Proposals offer a “a world-class front door for a world-class airport.”
The projects will add hundreds of units to the city’s affordable housing collection.
City
Plaza Midwood businesses will transform into galleries and markets during the first-of-its-kind event along (and around) Central Avenue.
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