Dale Earnhardt Jr. says a weight will be lifted when his new book, “Racing to the Finish,” which chronicles a NASCAR career of crashes and concussions — is released next week. But working on it was no picnic.
On the eve of his new solo tour, Linkin Park co-founder Mike Shinoda talks about the magic fans are making at his shows as they continue to mourn Chester Bennington’s death. Shinoda plays Charlotte next week.
A deer raced out in front of group of N.C. cyclists and — a split-second later — was struck by a car and sent flying past their heads. Bike-mounted cameras captured it all on video from multiple angles.
Since it was struck by a car and hauled away last fall, many in Charlotte have wondered: How bad was the damage to Myers Park’s Hugh McManaway statue? Where has it been? And why is it taking so long to fix? (And who was he, again?) Here’s the whole story.
In an interview, Bill Murray and cellist Jan Vogler tell the story behind their new show “Bill Murray, Jan Vogler, and Friends: New Worlds,” which comes to Charlotte’s Belk Theater courtesy of Blumenthal Performing Arts.
Rob Schneider, who’s coming to Charlotte for the Queen City Comedy Experience, thinks it’s a great time to be doing standup. He does not, however, think it’s a great time to use your cellphone at his shows.
Charlotte lawyer David Rudolf reflects on his role in Netflix’s documentary series “The Staircase,” which chronicles Michael Peterson’s murder trial and the twisty saga that unfolded after the original verdict.
Chris Daughtry, who’ll play Wednesday night at Charlotte’s Ovens Auditorium, talks about new album “Cage to Rattle,” why it took so long, and how a text to Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl led to an “incredible” night.
Reese Witherspoon dished on Oprah Winfrey, “Legally Blonde,” “Big Little Lies,” Southern charm, and much more while in Charlotte to celebrate this week’s release of her first book, “Whiskey in a Teacup.”
Heather Childers is back as the host of “Fox & Friends First” on Fox News after surgery to correct a condition called cervical spinal stenosis with myelopathy and her subsequent weeks-long recovery in Charlotte.
Paul Cameron has told the Observer that he plans to retire from his job as WBTV news anchor on Dec. 31, after an illustrious career spanning close to 43 years on television — including more than 37 in Charlotte.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s forthcoming book, “Racing to the Finish,” documents his secret struggle with concussions and all of the factors that played into his decision to retire. Here are five revealing excerpts.
Brad Paisley’s Belk College Kickoff Game concert at American Legion Memorial Stadium in Charlotte had many of the hallmarks of a typical Brad Paisley concert. But one key characteristic was noticeably absent.
Meet Stacy Smith, the 30-year-old tattoo artist (and co-owner of Southend’s Tattoo Me Charlotte) who is among the cast of characters on the 11th season of Paramount Network’s cult-hit reality TV show, “Ink Master.”
At the heart of director Ron Yassen’s “Crossroads” — which premieres Thursday night on ESPN — is the bond that develops between Charlotte Secondary School coach Bobby Selkin and an unlikely group of lacrosse players.
Upwards of 40,000 people converged on the University of South Carolina’s Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, S.C., to see Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s “On the Run II” tour — the first concert at the venue in five years.
Jerry Seinfeld’s stand-up comedy show at Ovens Auditorium in Charlotte was full of his best tried-and-true jokes. Could he have told us a few more new ones? Sure. But are the old ones still hilarious? Totally.
Janet Jackson provided memorable moments and cranked out dozens of classic hits at her “State of the World” concert at Charlotte’s PNC Music Pavilion. But there are ways she could have made the show even better.
Macklemore and Kesha put on brave faces during their tour stop at Charlotte’s PNC Music Pavilion on Wednesday night, but a mid-concert delay due to rain and lightning still managed to shorten their respective sets.
Considering what 19-year-old "American Idol" contestant Johnny White of Hickory witnessed around him as a child – homelessness, sadness, addiction, violence – it’s fair to say he’s extremely lucky just to be getting a shot at it.