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Davod Suchet is wrapping up his role as Hercule Poirot. He’s lived with the character for 70 episodes of “Agatha Christie’s Poirot,” or just about all the stories ever written about this Belgian detective.

Levine Museum of the New South will open “LGBTQ Perspectives on Equality” to the public July 25, featuring four exhibits that delve into LGBT history.

Tonight is just the second episode of the promising new legal-crime series, “The Divide,” which follows a young lawyer searching for truth about a man she believes was wrongly convicted of a brutal murder in Philadelphia.

Shawn Mendes made the time count when posting cover songs on the social media platform.

In the truth is stranger than fiction department, the pine tree planted in 2004 near Los Angeles' Griffith Observatory in memory of George Harrison will be replanted shortly because the original tree died as the result of an insect infestation.

TOUR THE WORLD IN CHARLOTTE FOOD

  • Looking for culinary adventure? We pulled together a sampling of international cuisines around town. Get packing.

“Planes: Fire & Rescue” is roughly twice as good as its predecessor, “Planes,” which was so story- and laugh-starved it would have given “direct to video” a bad name. Yes, there was nowhere to go but up.

At a slogging 95 minutes, “Sex Tape” has no pacing and few rewards for enduring its dull stretches in between the better bits.

“The Purge: Anarchy” is a straightforward quest – people trapped outside when the annual “release the beast” commences, people who fall in with a bloody-minded man, bent on vengeance.

The Charlotte-based vocal ensemble Men Standing for Christ was founded in 1956 after pastor Dr. L...

Sound Bites
Jerusalem Cafe is a spare little spot in a Matthews strip mall, with food served quickly and pleasantly, and a few nice surprises.

The long-delayed Selwyn Avenue spot called littleSpoon opened Monday with what it calls a "locall...

On Dining
Tonight is just the second episode of the promising new legal-crime series, “The Divide,” which follows a young lawyer searching for truth about a man she believes was wrongly convicted of a brutal murder in Philadelphia.

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