Gemini Boyd, Founder of The Bail Project (left), makes a plea for change Monday in Charlotte as Mecklenburg County Sheriff Garry McFadden (right) looks on.
‘Enough’: Mass Shooting in West Charlotte Neighborhood Leads to Demands for Change

The march included residents, activists and some law enforcement after a shooting in a predominantly Black Charlotte neighborhood on Juneteenth weekend.

A 'Black Lives Matter' mural painted in Charlotte this year. (Cardinal & Pine photo by Grant Baldwin).
IN PHOTOS: 16 Artists, 1 Statement. ‘Black Lives Matter’ Mural Comes to Charlotte

In partnership with Charlotte city leaders, 16 artists painted the sprawling 'Black Lives Matter' mural uptown, crafting a theme for each letter.

Protesters face CMPD officers after an arrest was made and tear gas and pepper balls were deployed against those gathered. (Photo by Grant Baldwin for Cardinal & Pine)
PHOTOS: After George Floyd’s Death, A Day of Pain and Protest Turns Violent in Charlotte

As police clashed with demonstrators in Charlotte, Cardinal & Pine contributor Grant Baldwin captured it all.

Dean Kelsey is tattooed by Travis Lakeman at Fu's Custom Tattoos in Charlotte's NoDa neighborhood shortly after 5pm on Friday as NC moved into Phase 2 of economic reopening.
PHOTOS: Restaurants and Salons Open Back Up as NC Cases Spike

NC restaurants and salons, entering Phase 2 of Gov. Cooper’s coronavirus plan, reopened at reduced capacity over Memorial Day weekend.

Photo by Cardinal & Pine contributor Grant Baldwin.
PHOTOS: ‘Reopen NC’ Hits The Streets on Memorial Day. Here’s What Happened.

'Reopen NC' protesters in Charlotte, Greensboro, Asheville, Wilmington and Raleigh demand easing of Gov. Cooper's coronavirus orders.

A coronavirus-proof business, the drive-in theater, in Kings Mountain, NC.
PHOTOS: This Retro NC Drive-In Theater Is Booming During Coronavirus

Hounds Drive-In Theater in Kings Mountain drew 700 cars over the weekend. It’s a business built for social distancing.

Social distancing
PHOTOS: Let Us Show You How To Hang Out With Others — At A Distance

Despite the coronavirus, attendees at Charlotte’s sprawling Freedom Park and Romare Bearden Park ventured out, but still kept their distance.