Cinco De Mayo celebrates the Mexican victory over the French invaders in the Battle of Puebla in 1862. This holiday is heartily celebrated in North America with music, food, beverages and lots of fun. These Charlotte bars should be your go-to spots for the celebration.
Get out and enjoy Cinco De Mayo at these festive Charlotte restaurants.
Hop aboard two wheels and start pedaling with a bike from any of these great Charlotte shops.
In an effort to bring to light some undiscovered visual artists, here’s a look at who’s who from Charlotte’s perspective visual artists.
There are few things more pleasant than riding a bicycle through Charlotte’s beautiful neighborhoods. If you aren’t lucky enough to own a bike, you can rent one in a couple of spots throughout Charlotte.
There’s no better way for your children to celebrate Easter and spring than with a wonderful outdoor eggstravaganza. Luckily, the Queen City has plenty of opportunities to hunt for eggs and pose with a bunny.
Because the easiest way to score VIP treatment at a hotel is to either be rich or the ONLY guest, here are eight exclusive accommodations around the world that boast one single room — and your host’s undivided attention.
Whether hanging out Uptown or in one of Charlotte’s many chic neighborhoods, you can find a place to enjoy your eggs benedict or creme brulee French toast with bottomless mimosas or a well priced bloody mary.
Author Susan Crandal shares a chess pie recipe included in her new novel, “Walking Past The Graveyard.” The Southern dessert is a classic, and an easy recipe.
Join the Boys of Summer at the BB&T Ballpark, home of the Charlotte Knights Baseball Team.