The name “the Queen City,” the crowns on everything from street signs to trash cans — there are just some common things associated with Charlotte. We look into why these things represent Charlotte and answer questions about the city’s origins.
From cloud services to smart assistants, campus libraries are rewriting the book on innovation.
“A few years ago, for example, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s J. Murrey Atkins Library moved all its infrastructure to Amazon Web Services. It has never looked back, says Bob Price, the library’s associate dean of technology and digital strategies.”
What Works The View From a $37 Million Streetcar
Visions of race, poverty and politics in the ‘two Charlottes.’
By Michael Graff November 20, 2015
The most howled-about public transportation vehicle in the South’s most spit-shined city feels like an amusement park ride as it trolls through town. Its wheels click and clack, its bell rings at a pitch just higher than cute and its wooden seats are as quaint and uncomfortable as they can be.