A glimpse into their experiences that day.
by Kimberly Lawson | March 07, 2013
Creative Loafing's female writers visit the shooting range
by Ana McKenzie, Ailen Arreaza, Kimberly Lawson and Anita Overcash | March 06, 2013
The return of Pundit Gut Checks
by John Grooms | January 24, 2013
Charlotte Roller Girls use strength and strategy to win
by Emiene Wright | December 27, 2012
The Fox News columnist and author of a controversial blog called "The War on Men" really ruffled my lady feathers
by Megan Henshall | November 28, 2012
Here are the five best events going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today.
by Anita Overcash | November 13, 2012
No longer content playing supporting roles, more women ran for and were elected for office than ever before
by Megan Henshall | November 08, 2012
Thirty eight percent live in poverty, roughly the population of the state of West Virginia
by Megan Henshall | October 12, 2012
"I thought it was filled with fact and also with emotion."
by Kimberly Lawson | September 07, 2012
About 100 people attended the rally to hear speakers Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards, New Jersey Mayor Cory Booker, comedian Aisha Tyler, more.
by Joanne Spataro | September 05, 2012
Don't let Ann Romney's plea to women fool you - Republicans could care less about us
by Erin Tracy-Blackwood | August 30, 2012
New shop aims to cater to “the personality of the south Charlotte community: classy with edge and young yet sophisticated.”
by Laura Camilo | August 22, 2012
Affordable Care Act measures that kicked in this week are good news for the women folk
by Ana McKenzie | August 02, 2012
As political commercial season ramps up, perhaps Romney's attacks on Obama are starting to sway the Tar Heel state in the presumptive Republican candidate's favor
by Mary C. Curtis | July 10, 2012
A visit to the South End boutique yields great finds for women.
by Kimberly Lawson | July 05, 2012