People who find apartments in charlotte nc on internet and do not actually visit the selected apartment before signing the contract must beware that they might end up getting into a great trouble. Before you sign the contract and specify that you will pay the rent per month on time, you must visit the apartment at least once to check whether the apartment is worth paying the bill or not? The pictures that you see on internet might be false and the actual situation of the apartment might be a lot more different from what you saw in the pictures.
With fall weather comes fall veggies! The Brussels sprouts craze is back for this fall, and we’ve evaluated some of the best Brussels sprouts in Charlotte. If you enjoy these tasty little greens as much as we do, you’ll want to make sure these restaurants are on your list for dinner or date night.
Futo Buta/FacebookFuto Buta is an awesome little ramen place in South End that has been killing the food scene since it opened in 2015.
While most people come here for the Ramen Bowls, there is a Brussels sprouts appetizer on the menu that is so delicious you’ll want to order it every time you visit.Futo Buta/Facebook
2. The Cellar at Duckworth’sJaz N./Yelp
The Cellar at Duckworth’s/Facebook
Ayumi/YelpThe Workman’s Friend is a fun little gastropub in Plaza Midwood that specializes in traditional Irish food and craft Irish beers.
The Workman’s Friend serves their Brussels sprouts with a crispy-skin Scottish salmon, a parsnip puree, basil oil, and a side of seasonal vegetables.Melanie E./Yelp
Robin S./YelpYafo Kitchen is a casual dining Mediterranean restaurant in South Park where you can order fresh, fast dishes at the counter for lunch or dinner.
Vivace/YelpVivace is a modern Italian restaurant located in the heart of Charlotte at the Metropolitan.
Vivace serves their famous Brussels sprouts a few different ways.Tate B./Yelp
Good Food on Montford/FacebookGood Food on Montford is an amazing tapas restaurant on the popular Montford Rd.
Good Food on Montford/Facebook
Where are your favorite Brussels in Charlotte? Let us know in the comments!
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Franklin McCain returned an interception 74 yards for a touchdown with 24 seconds left and North Carolina A&T defeated Charlotte 35-31 on Saturday night.
After the touchdown made it 35-25, Charlotte got a long kickoff return and Hasaan Klugh hit Workpeh Kofa for a 44-yard touchdown on the next play. The 49ers missed the extra point and the Aggies recovered the onside kick.
Klugh, who played his freshman at North Carolina A&T, hit R.J. Tyler for a 4-yard score to cap a 12-play, 90-yard drive and found Chris Montgomery for the extra point to make it 28-25 with 6:12 to play. The 49ers (0-3) got the ball back on their 16 with 2:24 to play. It was first down on the Aggies 44 when Klugh was picked off.
Lamar Raynard threw for 259 yards, including a 17-yard touchdown pass to Malik Wilson, and Marquell Cartwright’s second touchdown run put the FCS Aggies (3-0) up 28-10 early in the third quarter.
Klugh had three touchdown passes and ran for a touchdown but was intercepted twice, both by McCain, and was sacked seven times.
Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Ciera McCorkle, Ambra Hunt
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) —
A North Carolina woman is mourning the loss of two of her daughters, both of whom were killed in separate car crashes last week.
Larissa McCorkle’s youngest daughter, 25-year-old Ciera McCorkle, died Saturday afternoon in a collision with a marked Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police vehicle.
Investigators said an off-duty police officer was driving a Ford Explorer when Ciera’s Honda Accord entered the intersection. Police said the officer’s Explorer hit the left side of Ciera’s car.
Ciera was rushed to the hospital where she died. Investigators said speed was not a factor in the crash.
Exactly a week before Ciera died, Larissa’s daughter, Ambra Hunt, was killed in a crash on Interstate 77 in Charlotte.
Highway Patrol troopers said Ambra was driving in the center lane when her Nissan broke down.
Investigators said the hazard lights were on but another car hit Ambra’s vehicle.
Troopers said there were three other people in the car with Ambra. Two, including Ambra, died.
"At this point, I’m tired. I’m broke, don’t have no words," Larissa told WBTV. "I didn’t believe it. I didn’t believe it. I didn’t believe it at all. I didn’t believe it when the police officer told us in the room. I had to have some kind of proof. I had to see a tattoo. I had to see her hair. I had to see something."
Larissa has four other children.
Ambra was the oldest of six. Ciera was the youngest of the three daughters.
"They were both loving. I guess they couldn’t live without each other. That’s how I’m thinking about it right now," Larissa said. "One called the other one. The other one called the other one – say come on up here and that’s how it went."
Copyright 2017 WBTV. All rights reserved.
Just this afternoon I ran into a friend that told me she was heading up north to Charlotte for awhile. It’s a great city if you haven’t been before, and did you know that there are approximately 2000 restaurants there? I’ve discussed several of them in past articles, and now I have the privilege of highlighting three more for you. Take note of these popular establishments in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Up first is 300 East, and it is located at 300 East Boulevard. I bet you didn’t know the name was about its location, did you? Brownies are on the menu highlights, and guess what, so is sweet potato ravioli. That’s a very unique dish. Have you heard of it before? That is a new one for me, and as for other delicious menu highlights, there is hanger steak, baked marinated goat cheese, various sandwiches and more.
Now for the second restaurant, I want to tell you about a place called Cafe South. I love to talk about cafes, so I certainly picked this top establishment on purpose. It is located on Forest Pine Drive, and one person said it was across from the hotel they stayed at in Charlotte. Now that is convenient of course, and the menu highlights for this place are scrumptious. It is a cafe, so what have you got to lose if you ask me.
Yes, I have a thing for cafes. Now, there is one more Charlotte restaurant I want to bring to your attention. It is a brewery actually, and it is called Heist Brewery. What a name, right? Located on North Davidson Street, this place is going to serve you up some great brews, beer cheese, burgers, pretzels and so much more. Plus, they have a buffet on Sundays. You have three more great places to try in Charlotte NC now, so it is time to eat some good food.
CHARLOTTE — The Lynx blue and gold lines are shut down for maintenance and testing this weekend.
If you need ways to get around the city, CAT buses will make stops at each Blue Line rail station and Gold Rush trolleys will pick you up along the Gold Line.
You will still be able to buy tickets as normal.
CATS says the shutdown shouldn’t affect pick-up times.
Both lines will run their normal schedule starting Monday morning.
(Photo: Twitter screenshot)
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Queen City is known for its southern charm and hospitality, but apparently, that wasn’t the case for one internet celebrity.
Grumpy Cat, the beloved internet celebrity cat that’s known for her permanently “grumpy” facial expression, recently made a visit to Charlotte to stay at The Ivey’s Hotel in uptown.
Apparently, she hated it. Which, when you think about it, isn’t anything out of the ordinary, right?
Ouch. I guess this Sir Purr photo means nothing, then?
Grumpy Cat also took a tour of Sophia’s Lounge, the latest uptown hot spot that’s creating quite the buzz for those looking for cocktails and a place to hang out. We’ll let you guess what she thought of that.
In the end though, Grumpy Cat did compliment The Ivey’s, posting “even still, The Ivey’s Hotel is a pretty great place to be grumpy.”
To see photos and read Grumpy Cat’s full review of The Ivey’s click here.
© 2017 WCNC.COM
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – According to state reports from the North Carolina Department of Labor, the exact ride that killed one and injured seven others at the Ohio State Fair Wednesday night was in Charlotte at the Carolina Fair just last month.
The ‘Fire Ball’ ride was one of many that was available to the public at the Carolina Fair at The Park Expo off Independence Blvd over the memorial day weekend this year, operating in the Queen City just last month.
According to Amusements of America, the company providing rides to the Ohio State Fair this year, ‘The Fire Ball’ “combines swinging and spinning action all in one ride! Since it’s debut in 2002, the Fire Ball has become one of the most popular thrill rides on the AOA Midway. The Fire Ball swings riders 40′ above the midway while spinning them at 13 revolutions per minute!”
Based on the safety reports done by inspectors on the ride in North Carolina, there were problems when it was here in town as well.
NBC 4 in Columbus captured video of a 2012 inspection of the ‘The Fire Ball.’
© 2017 WCNC.COM
Charlotte, North Carolina – A Step Above Limousine Car Services delivers impeccable limo and car amenities that allow clients to experience superior treatment on the road. Ayman Abusamak owns the ten-year business that offers executive and luxury transportation. It has operations in over 50 states in the United States and in more than 1000 destinations worldwide.
A Step Above Limousine Car Service’s main services are airport limousine, corporate, group transportation, special occasion transportation, and personal carpool. They have the latest automobiles, limos, and mini-buses ready at their customer’s disposal. Theirs is the largest fleet in North Carolina that caters to a multitude of demands. They have the Mercedes S550, Cadillac Black, Black Denali Yukon, and Black Chevy Suburban. The glamorous 300 Chrysler Stretch Limo is a standout in the fleet. The new arrivals are the Lincoln MKT Stretch Limo and the 2017 Freightliner M2. “We are committed to provide superior service that will exceed your expectations. We always go that extra mile to deliver outstanding attention to detail,” says company owner, Ayman Abusamak.
Customer service has always been the company’s number one priority. They have established long-term professional connections with executive travelers, event planners, and travel agents providing them a smooth transition between destinations. One client can’t help but express her satisfaction with the company’s services. “I used A Step Above Limousine this past week for my corporate travel. We had a large group of 28 people. We flew into Charlotte and were greeted by our driver, Ayman. The bus that we rented was amazing and better than expected! I could not have asked for a better experience.”
Learn more about the company at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BX-r7P2h-jSv0m6ZybsFltjNkNoyXV7pi7SvgCwjlNA/
A Step Above Limousine Car Service offers an advance online reservation system. Clients can receive management reports in real-time to track their internal business schedules. They also have VIP carpools with professional and uniformed drivers who escort patrons for an enjoyable night. Travel services are not limited to the Charlotte area. The company also extends its services to various towns and states including Huntersville, Mooresville, Fort Mill, Rock Mill, Matthews, Cornelius, Davidson, Concord, Gastonia, Statesville, Troutman, and Monroe.
For inquiries, call (704) 605-1108 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. A Step Above Limousine Car Service is located at 3377 Weston St, Charlotte, NC 28209 (https://goo.gl/maps/Gsfmp7dZLiq). Visit their website at http://www.astepabovelimo.com for more information about their operations and services.
Company Name: A Step Above Limousine Service
Contact Person: Ayman Abusamak
Phone: (704) 605-1108
Address:3377 Weston St
State: North Carolina
Country: United States
One of the most outstanding features of Airwheel R5 electric assist bike must be rich riding modes. Generally speaking, there are three main riding modes, including exercising mode, electricity-powered mode
Coral Cove, QLD – Rank My Local Website is a website ranking service dedicated to helping local businesses get ranked on Google. This company prides itself in offering more than
CHARLOTTE, NC — For parents, perhaps the only fear that can outweigh having a sick child is knowing where to go for the best medical care.
For the past 11 years, U.S. News has compiled a ranking of the best children’s hospitals in the nation based upon how the facility performed in clinical outcomes, efficient coordination of care and providing sufficient care-related resources.
This year, three children’s hospitals in North Carolina were ranked among the top 50 medical facilities for treating kids in the U.S., according to the new U.S. News.
(Sign up for our free daily newsletters and Breaking News Alerts for the Charlotte Patch. iPhone users can download the Patch app in the App Store. Plus, like Charlotte Patch on Facebook.)
In addition to ranking the best overall hospitals in the nation, U.S. News also ranked the best facilities in 10 specialty areas: neonatology, pediatric cancer, pediatric cardiology and heart surgery, pediatric diabetes & endocrinology, pediatric gastroenterology and GI surgery, pediatric nephrology, pediatric neurology and neurosurgery, pediatric orthopedics, pediatric pulmonology, and pediatric urology.
You can find U.S. News’ entire rankings of pediatric medical facilities here.
Here is US News’ 2017-18 Best Children’s Hospitals in the U.S.:
1. Boston Children’s Hospital
2. Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
3. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
4. Texas Children’s Hospital
5. Johns Hopkins Children’s Center
6. Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
7. Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
7. Nationwide Children’s Hospital
9. Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
10. Children’s National Medical Center
Below are the hospital rankings based on speciality, including North Carolina hospitals that made the list.
Best Pediatric Neonatal Hospitals
When it came to top U.S. neonatal hospitals located in North Carolina, Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center came in #28 and the North Carolina Children’s Hospital at UNC was ranked #47.
Best Pediatric Cancer Hospitals
When it came to top U.S. pediatric cancer hospitals located in North Carolina, North Carolina Children’s Hospital at UNC was ranked #24, Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center came in #31 and Levine’s Children’s Hospital in Charlotte was ranked #37.
Best Pediatric Cardiology and Heart Surgery Hospitals
When it came to top U.S. pediatric cardiology and heart surgery hospitals located in North Carolina, Levine’s Children’s Hospital in Charlotte was ranked #24, Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center came in #38, and North Carolina Children’s Hospital at UNC was ranked #47.
Best Pediatric Diabetes & Endocrinology Hospitals
When it came to top U.S. pediatric diabetes and endocrinology hospitals located in North Carolina, North Carolina Children’s Hospital at UNC was ranked #28 and Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center came in #35.
Best Pediatric Gastroenterology & GI Surgery Hospitals
When it came to top U.S. pediatric gastroenterology and GI surgery hospitals located in North Carolina, North Carolina Children’s Hospital at UNC was ranked #27, Levine Children’s Hospital was ranked #35 and Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center came in #41.
Best Pediatric Nephrology Hospitals
When it came to top U.S. pediatric nephrology hospitals located in North Carolina, Levine Children’s Hospital was ranked #22, Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center came in #30, and North Carolina Children’s Hospital at UNC was ranked #37.
Best Pediatric Neurology & Neurosurgery Hospitals
When it came to top U.S. pediatric neurology and neurosurgery hospitals located in North Carolina, Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center came in #33, Levine Children’s Hospital was ranked #35, and North Carolina Children’s Hospital at UNC was ranked #48.
Best Pediatric Orthopedics Hospitals
When it came to top U.S. pediatric orthopedic hospitals located in North Carolina, North Carolina Children’s Hospital at UNC was ranked #18, Levine Children’s Hospital was ranked #37 and Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center came in #49.
Best Pediatric Pulmonology Hospitals
When it came to top U.S. pediatric pulmonology hospitals located in North Carolina, North Carolina Children’s Hospital at UNC was ranked #9 and Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center came in #23.
Best Pediatric Urology Hospitals
When it came to top U.S. pediatric urology hospitals located in North Carolina, Duke Children’s Hospital and Health Center was ranked #44.
Photo via Pixabay
If you’re a college basketball fan in the Carolinas, you know Duke’s Luke Kennard and North Carolina’s Justin Jackson. You like Kennard and Jackson…or at least you respect them for what they accomplished at their schools 10 miles apart.
But is that reason enough for the Charlotte Hornets to use the No. 11 pick on either one in Thursday night’s draft? I’m not so sure.
If Kennard or Jackson is legitimately the next best player on the Hornets’ draft board, then fine. Each has a solid college resume. But familiarity bias shouldn’t factor in this assessment, either from the front office or the fan base.
In the lead-up to the draft, the question I’ve been asked most is, “Should Kennard be the Hornets’ pick?” I get that. I watched plenty of Duke basketball last season, and he’s entertaining.
After Kennard worked out for the Hornets Sunday, I asked him if his game is reminiscent of any established NBA player. Kennard mentioned San Antonio Spurs sixth man Manu Ginobili, and I can see that comparison. Kennard is offensively creative in somewhat the style of Ginobili and they are both lefthanded.
Kennard has a knack for scoring in a variety of ways, and that’s always appealing. But these days in NBA basketball there is a premium on switching defenses. That would require the 6-6 Kennard to defend not only shooting guards, but sometimes point guards and small forwards.
North Carolina’s Justin Jackson, a possible lottery pick, was one of six participants in Sunday’s Charlotte Hornets pre-draft workout.
Diedra Laird email@example.com
Kennard will have to be somewhat hidden on defense to succeed in the NBA. That would be a challenge for a Hornets team that already took a step backward defensively last season. Kennard says he’s a better athlete than he’s reputed to be. We’ll see. That athleticism will be tested at the next level.
As for Jackson, projected as a 6-8 guard-forward, I think he’ll be more of a defender than Kennard. But in the NBA, where shooting range defines a team’s ability to space the floor, wing players are supposed to make 3-pointers.
In three seasons behind the college 3-point line (four inches closer than the NBA line), Jackson made 34 percent of his attempts. He improved some his final season at North Carolina, making 37 percent.
Shooting is something players can improve as pros, but 3-point accuracy is at a premium in an NBA extensively using 1-in/4-out sets, where everyone but the center is expected to spread the floor. Jackson is just OK at that.
I’m not saying Kennard and Jackson won’t be solid pros. They have size and skill, they’ve spent multiple seasons with great coaches and they’ve been tested at the highest level of college basketball.
But so have a lot of other players in this draft, from the SEC or Pac 12 or Big 12. The fact that these guys played up Tobacco Road shouldn’t put a finger on the scales of the decision for the 11th pick.
Think back to the 2005 NBA draft. The then-Bobcats were fortunate enough to have two lottery picks (top 14). They chose Tar Heels with both those picks, selecting point guard Raymond Felton fifth overall and Sean May 13th.
How’d that work out? May totaled 115 games over four NBA seasons. He’s now retired as a player, working with the North Carolina basketball staff. Felton has bounced around seven NBA rosters. He totaled 45 starts in his last three seasons.
If drafting Felton and May were mistakes that had nothing to do with their college affiliations, then fine; there have been plenty of fine NBA players from North Carolina, Duke, N.C. State and Wake Forest.
But I remember an hour before that 2005 draft getting a call on my cell phone from a national draft expert. He was incredulous to hear the Hornets intended to use the fifth pick on Felton.
If Kennard or Jackson deserves to be the pick, then grab him. Just be sure that decision is for the right reasons.
Rick Bonnell: 704-358-5129, @rick_bonnell
Never miss a local story.
Sign up today for a 30 day free trial of unlimited digital access.