Brenda Hayden is the 2019 president of the Charlotte Regional Realtor® Association and CarolinaMLS
Brunch with the kids is a treat at these family-friendly spots offering delectable dishes.
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Encourage kids to keep reading via these programs, events and books
Laugh your way through this sassy southern show at DPAC June 21.
She steps into the role full-time in September
Cool off this summer by visiting these pools, lakes and waters parks around the Triangle and beyond.
Beat the heat with these ideas for nighttime family fun across the region.
Best bets for where to get soaked this summer in Charlotte for free.
Build, smash and explore at The Schiele Museum.
Get the details on what it includes—and special summer programming
When a police detective dies in a car crash, his pet Pikachu survives and sets out to unravel the mystery of what really happened.
Enjoy watch these free or discounted films under the summer night sky.
Cool off on hot summer day at the movies with your kids.
Your child could get a free, high-quality and age-appropriate book each month.
Understanding a diagnosis can be confusing. Here's how the experts make complex medical issues understandable.
Earn incentives, including tickets to Carowinds, by participating in the Summer Break reading program.
On the search for cold, sweet goodness? Start here!
Group activities for your family to spend time together while getting to know the city and doing good for a local nonprofit.
A pink doll named Moxy dreams of being treasured and loved by a child, in spite of her flaws.
Find Mother's Day events and things to do.
Unconventional ways to encourage healthy living in families who have children with special needs.
14-year-old Billy Batson becomes a superhero by shouting out one word: Shazam!
A diverse, curated list of options around town
From our latest issue
Understanding bronchiolitis, a common lung infection that mostly affects children younger than age 2.
It’s time to swap ‘I want a pony’ with ‘I want to paint a pony!’