Did you get a new screen under the tree? Relaxing on the Web in the quiet of Christmas? Spend some time with us here at CharlotteObserver.com.
Access to Charlotte Observer digital content is free beginning at 7 p.m. on Christmas Eve, and all day Christmas Day. That includes phones, tablets and, of course, desktops. Explore all you’d like, using our apps for iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows 8. You can download them for free here.
Visitors will find some special treats, including: our year’s top 10 stories and videos, Charlotte’s year in pictures; best political cartoons by Pulitzer-Prize winner Kevin Siers, and 2014 highlights in sports.
I also recommend some gems that are rarely obvious on our home page. They include: the “Daily Edit,” a slideshow of that date’s most compelling photos; our popular guide to the region, called “Living Here;” a searchable guide to area restaurants; and an online comics page with more than twice the comics available in print.
And, with the big Carolina Panthers game set for Sunday, I encourage you to check out our special Panthers app. Charlotte Hornets fans, we have a special app for you, too.
This year, more than 30 million people visited CharlotteObserver.com, making it the most viewed local news site in our region. We were honored to host them all, and we welcome you, too. Come see us.
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Posted by Rick Thames at 7:00 PM