A casting agency is seeking extras for an upcoming TV series, “The Hunting Wives,” filming in Charlotte this spring. The show stars Malin Åkerman and Brittany Snow and is based on a novel by May Cobb. Submissions should be sent to THWextras@gmail.com with photos and detailed information. The agency is also looking for specific experience […]

The Charlotte Hornets and Spectrum Center in Uptown Charlotte have unveiled plans for a $215m renovation of the arena. The project, which will take place over the next two NBA off-seasons, will include the replacement of all lower bowl seats and the addition of 2,500 new seats. Other upgrades will include renovations to the Dr. […]


According to U-Haul’s Growth Index report for 2023, NC remains one of the most popular states to move to. Texas was the most popular state for migration for the second consecutive year. Followed by Florida and North Carolina. Charlotte remains as one of the top 10 fastest growing metro areas in the nation. U-Haul calculates […]

Carolina Panthers

The Carolina Panthers have had a tough season, with a record of 1-12, and their ticket prices have fallen as well. Tickets for this Sunday’s game against their NFC South rival, Atlanta Falcons are available at record-breaking low prices, with upper-level seats starting at .45 cents on secondary markets. Even some of the best seats […]

Carolina Panthers

The Carolina Panthers have announced that they will hold their training camp at their Charlotte-based facility next summer, rather than at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina, where they have traditionally trained. The decision was made to accommodate the team’s need for additional practice fields and to allow for better field management. The Panthers will […]

The first Bojangles-branded restaurant has reopened in Charlotte, 46 years after it first opened its doors on West Boulevard. The original location has undergone renovations to reflect the transformation of the South End neighborhood and the business itself. The restaurant now features a drive-thru and a dining room, as well as an artificial intelligence system […]


Leaders in Davidson, North Carolina, are set to vote on renaming the Exit 30 interchange on Interstate 77 after NBA superstar Stephen Curry, who attended Davidson College. The town and college staff are supportive of the request, but the decision ultimately falls under the jurisdiction of the North Carolina Department of Transportation. If approved, the […]

Economists with the National Association of Realtors predict mortgage rates will drop to 6% in 2024, a full percentage point lower than current rates. This is good news for buyers, but the “golden handcuff effect” has homeowners who purchased during the pandemic unwilling to part ways with their historically low interest rates. Canopy Realtor Association […]


Cruise LLC, a driverless rideshare company, is testing its vehicles in Charlotte as part of its plans for the city. The tests are taking place in multiple districts, with a driver behind the wheel at all times. You may see some of the vehicles around uptown this weekend. The tests are being used to gather […]


Impact of Influence Podcast, Questions Remain In Shanquella Robinson Case, Her Father Speaks Out On October 28, 2022, Shanquella Robinson traveled with 6 people to Cabo, Mexico for vacation. The next day she was pronounced dead in her vacation villa. The first reports were that she died of alcohol poisoning. Then an autopsy from Mexico […]