Sam Jones, a part of a six-generation BBQ family, opens his own place in Winterville, N.C. He pays homage to his family's restaurant, The Skylight Inn, but brings the old traditions into a more modern setting.
Sam Jones BBQ: a family tradition
A taste of Charlotte airport food
CharlotteFive: The cocktails you want to be drinking right now
Concert and military tributes before NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600
Niece of Korean War veteran speaks about his upcoming burial
'Believe It or Not' Discovery Place opens new Ripley's exhibit
Harding lineman Jovaughn Gwyn turning heads
Charlotte Motor Speedway tough for Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Fred Whitfield talks about the importance of the Summer Camp Fund
Panthers veterans a delightful addition for fan Luke Kuechly
Speakers have cursed, screamed at City Council. Now the city won’t put them on TV.
Nathan Howey, chef at the 1897 Market, cooked some BBQ shrimp and grits while sushi cooks at First in Flight Bar whipped up some delicacies like mango tango rolls for passing travelers and visitors to Beaudevin could find Scottish salmon sandwiches. Video by John D. Simmons
In the last nine months, the Charlotte City Council and Mayor Jennifer Roberts have been assailed in public – and on live television – by protesters of the Keith Lamont Scott shooting, immigration advocates and by those on both sides of the abortion debate. In response, council members have quietly decided to turn off the cameras.
NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. grew up watching his father race at Charlotte Motor Speedway as he and others raced plastic cars down the road course. Despite his long history at the track, he has never won a points race at CMS. This Sunday he will be racing in his final Coca-Cola 600 at the speedway.