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Where to Make Mother's Day Brunch Reservations in Charlotte

A diverse, curated list of options around town

Editor's Note (May 2019): Playing Birthday Party Planner

From our latest issue

Bronchio What?

Understanding bronchiolitis, a common lung infection that mostly affects children younger than age 2.

Party on a Farm

It’s time to swap ‘I want a pony’ with ‘I want to paint a pony!’

Birthday Parties That Give Back

Start a new tradition with a charitable birthday bash

Study Strategies for the Tactile Learner

Effective ways to study that cater to your child’s learning style.

Event Explores Causes and Cures for Digital Addiction for Kids

Hear from national experts on the mental effects of digital media on kids and how parents and care givers can help.

Counter Conversation: Entrepreneurship 101

Greg Renfrew, CEO of Beautycounter, and Brooklyn Decker share their expertise on how to launch the next big thing.

Getting Boys to Open Up

A dad's insight into getting boys to share what's on their minds.

May Events Made for Moms in Charlotte

From comedy to shopping, ideas to enjoy some time for you and with other Mom friends to celebrate Mother's Day.

Get to Know: Kim Henderson of Novant Health

For this mom, no two days are the same

Enter to Win a Catering Giveaway from Moe's Southwest Grill

In honor of Cinco de Moe’s, Moe’s Southwest Grill of the Triangle is offering a catering giveaway to one lucky reader.

Sold Out: Ride NCByTrain's Piedmont Route for $1 May 10-11

Make new family memories as NCByTrain celebrates the 150th anniversary of the first transcontinental railroad.

Advice: Disconnect the Digital Babysitter

Trade the device for face-to-face time, touch and movement

Best Fishing Spots

Try to catch a big one at these local fishing spots in the Charlotte area.

Charlotte's Eva Noblezada Gets Second Tony Nomination

She performs the lead role in Hadestown

Young Athletes Compete in Special Olympics Mecklenburg County Spring Games

More than 1,300 athletes compete in the annual Special Olympics Mecklenburg County Spring Games.

Finding Balance, Fairness for Siblings of Kids with Special Needs

Our latest "Thrive" column

The ABCs of Active Reading

Settle a squirmy bookworm with active reading

Bringing Home Baby: Let a Postpartum Care Specialist Help

Plus: Caregiver interview questions

Surviving Baby’s First Year: A Guide

Navigating the early choices with confidence

Bike Benefits Bingo Kicks Off in Charlotte

Use pedal power to collect awesome prizes around Charlotte

A Scary Strike in Throwing Sports

Why young athletes are at a higher risk of injury.

STYLE: Fun and Functional for Kids

It’s particularly exciting to highlight two made‑in‑North Carolina brands this month, along with one very familiar big brand

Party Health and Safety for This Summer

Advice from Allstate

Area High School Students Compete in Statewide Poetry Recitation Contest

Poetry Out Loud is an annual event

Leigh Kokenes Named National School Psychologist of the Year

She heads psychological services for two Raleigh schools

4 Educators Named First-Year Teachers of the Year in WCPSS

Teachers from Reedy Creek, Ligon Magnet, Rolesville and Salem schools recognized

Empty Bowls Raises $129,000 to Fight Homelessness in Durham

15 local restaurants participate in event

Carolina Hurricanes Foundation Donates $450,000 in Grants

Recipients include Durham Arts Council, Flashes of Hope, Museum of Life and Science and Youth Thrive
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