Lauren Levine Corriher
Lauren Levine Corriher is a freelance writer who's contributed to publications like American Way, Charlotte's Got a Lot, Thrillist, U.S. News & World Report, and more. She's also the co-host of The Margarita Confessionals podcast. Say hi on Twitter and Instagram, she's @latestbylauren.

Charlotte couples were asked about their relationship during coronavirus. Here are their answers

No matter how much you love your partner, being cooped up at home for the foreseeable future can make this a challenging time. In order to examine the effects...

Tired of cooking? 16 family meal deals, ranging from Del Frisco’s Steak Meal Kit ($85) to Sabor’s Family Meal Box ($30)

This story is proudly presented by Charlotte Country Day School.    Dinner conversations probably look a lot different these days and you’re most...

Blind Date: 34-year-old marketer and 34-year-old HR professional flirt over cocktails at Idlewild

Our Blind Date series is proudly presented by Criswell & Criswell Plastic Surgery. Husband and wife team, Dr. Bryan and Kara Criswell, know how important...

During COVID-19, SkillPop shifts to online learning, introducing SkillPop Anywhere

With in-person gatherings temporarily on hold, entrepreneurs like SkillPop founder Haley Bohon have to get creative to stay in business. Bohon created SkillPop...

Cash Confessional: Media sales rep making $100k laid off due to coronavirus

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...

200+ Charlotte restaurants that are offering curbside pickup, delivery, and discounts

If you’re already tired of cooking and are looking for a way to support local businesses during this bizarre time, here’s a list of restaurants and...

Move over QVC, local boutique Girl Tribe offers virtual shopping experience

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Girl Tribe co-founders Sarah Baucom and Carrie Barker rescheduled their pop-up shopping event at the Charlotte...

Home to 20 small businesses, Optimist Hall adds curbside pickup in response to coronavirus

As restaurants are forced to close for anything other than takeout, local businesses are trying to find a way to stay afloat. Optimist Hall announced that...

Cash Confessional: Engaged 22-year-old making $84,000 hopes to buy sprinter van for road trips

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...

Blind Date: 28-year-old financial advisor and 27-year-old medical sales rep plan a second date while on their first at Pins Mechanical

Our Blind Date series is proudly presented by Criswell & Criswell Plastic Surgery. Husband and wife team, Dr. Bryan and Kara Criswell, know how important...

Noah’s Event Venue’s sudden closure costs Charlotte couples thousands and leaves them scrambling

One month ago, Noah’s Event Venue, a national chain, closed the doors to its Charlotte space suddenly, leaving countless couples without a venue. In many cases, these couples had wedding dates just weeks or months away. Noah’s had 42 locations in 25 states when it filed for bankruptcy last year, including its Charlotte space

This Saturday, Goodwill will sell thousands of brand-name wedding dresses for $25+

Goodwill’s Wilkinson Boulevard location is hosting a bridal pop-up sale this Saturday, March 7, with more than 2,400 deeply discounted dresses starting...