Ted Williams
Publisher, golfer, dad and magician (seriously).

23 best burgers in Charlotte

Originally published May 18, 2017. Last updated on June 30, 2020. Love burgers? Here’s a list of Charlotte’s 23 best burgers spots. From old-school...

The 18 best patios in Charlotte, right now

This story is proudly presented by Charlotte Eye Ear Nose & Throat Associates, P.A. Don’t let allergies crash your patio party. CEENTA offers...

Self-serve wine bar named The Auto Pour now open in Madison Park neighborhood

The Auto Pour, a new self-serve wine bar concept, is now open in the Madison Corners shopping center on South Boulevard. The Auto Pour (TAP for short) makes up...

Everything you need to know about Optimist Hall

This story was last updated in June 2020 to reflect Optimist Hall’s reopening plan during the coronavirus pandemic and updated timelines for tenants...

Which top 20 Charlotte restaurants are now open?

Nine restaurants on our recent list of Charlotte’s 20 best restaurants have reopened to dine-in customers. Others are planning to reopen in the next week...

Top 12 employers that people want to work for in Charlotte (and who’s hiring)

Bank of America is the No. 1 most desirable place to work in Charlotte, followed by Red Ventures. Survey results: We sent a survey to Agenda newsletter readers...

Grand Bohemian Hotel to open Uptown in August

Construction is wrapping up on the Grand Bohemian Hotel Charlotte, located at the corner of Church & Trade in Uptown. Plans are to open in August. The...

Local photographers start selling 1,000-piece skyline puzzles as revenue drops 75%

You can now buy 1,000 piece Charlotte skyline puzzles for $60 from Chase Price and Cody Hughes, owners of a boutique photography and videography agency in...

Vegas-style casino planned for Kings Mountain, just 35 miles from Charlotte

Just before coronavirus began dominating the news cycle last month, the U.S. Department of the Interior approved a proposal from the Catawba Indian Nation to...

Charlotte Agenda receives investment from Knight Foundation to hire investigative reporter

We’re thrilled to announce that the Charlotte Agenda has received an investment from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to hire an investigative...

Cash Confessional: Restaurant owner making $1.5 million now has ‘no money coming in’

Our Cash Confessional series, in partnership with Bank of America, takes a personal and anonymous look into how people of all ages and incomes spend their...

Cash Confessional: Teacher with master’s degree makes $52,000, now ‘navigating through e-learning’

Our Cash Confessional series, in partnership with Bank of America, takes a personal and anonymous look into how people of all ages and incomes spend their...