Local playwright Kami Shalom brings the first self-made female millionaire's story to life.
by Mary C. Curtis | January 29, 2014
While Pollan's visit to Queens University Thursday night was thoroughly entertaining, depressing truths sprinkled throughout made the food star's talk pretty scary, too.
by Mary C. Curtis | October 14, 2013
How the Kinsey exhibit at the Gantt Center fights the "myth of absence"
by Mary C. Curtis | July 17, 2013
New committee launched at inauguration hopes to re-energize at local level
by Mary C. Curtis | January 30, 2013 | 1 comment
Here we go again
by Ana McKenzie | November 28, 2012 | 2 comments
Romney, the sorest loser ever
by Mary C. Curtis | November 22, 2012 | 2 comments
The mood at the Historic Excelsior Club last night was hopeful - hopeful that in his second term, President Obama will finally get the respect he has earned.
by Mary C. Curtis | November 07, 2012 | 4 comments
Charlotte's mayor hangs on to Obama's coattails in hopes of one day being invited to the ball
by Mary C. Curtis | October 31, 2012
Campaigning in Charlotte revs up as early voting begins
by Mary C. Curtis | October 18, 2012
I’ve heard 'black voters only voted for him because he’s black' so often, it no longer offends
by Mary C. Curtis | October 03, 2012
Washington critics take aim at the show's hometown: Charlotte
by Mary C. Curtis | October 02, 2012
If only the GOP nominee had that iconic mustache
by Mary C. Curtis | September 19, 2012 | 7 comments
What was supposed to be a relaxing night cap at the end of a stressful week turned into yet another encounter with security detail
by Mary C. Curtis | September 10, 2012
Meet the new South, which has some of the same problems as the old South.
by Mary C. Curtis | September 04, 2012
Steve Kerrigan hasn't been paying much attention to the RNC, but he has noticed one way it differs from his party's convention
by Mary C. Curtis | August 30, 2012