Local writer Cathy Pickens writes about the history of Charlotte crime with highlighted events.
Libraries are for lovers of all kind. Whether you just love your library, have made a good friend, connected with your favorite librarian or library staffer, fallen head-over-heels into a new hobby (think cooking, traveling, learning a new language, film-making or diving into your family history), developed a passion for volunteering or actually met the love of your life at the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, we want to hear from you.
Have you been to the Novant Health Thanksgiving Day Parade? Learn the history of the popular Carousel Parade and its Carousel Princesses.
Hispanic culture is rich, diverse and lively! Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with the Library from September 15-October 15.
Saturday, July 20 marked 50 years since two American astronauts became the first humans to walk on the moon.
Oenophiles and bibliophiles united on April 13, 2019 at University City WineFest. Proceeds from the event proceeds benefited the Sugar Creek and University City Libraries.
Happy Meck Dec Day! This is the final installment in a four-part series exploring the history of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence.
This post is part three in a four-part series that explores the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence.
This four-part series will explore the purported Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence – a document believed to predate the Declaration of Independence in 1776.