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Biddleville Cemetery is a 145-year-old burial plot in Charlotte where black veterans of both world wars and the Spanish-American War rest. Until recently, the cemetery had not been listed as an official cemetery or tied to any one specific church. Local resident Nolie Steele helped to recognize and protect Biddleville Cemetery as an official historic Mecklenburg County landmark, and continues to research the veterans who are buried there so that their graves can be marked.
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29671
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Guy Fieri, the host of The Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” has visited Charlotte, North Carolina numerous times, highlighting the best places to eat. This is a list of restaurants he’s visited as part of the traveling show, and what he ate at each location.
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This profile of a transgender man follows the story of Mitchell, the child of a preacher. Born Betsy, Mitchell kept the truth of himself hidden throughout childhood, adulthood, marriage and even motherhood, until his own mother’s death from cancer. Not being able to continue with the secrecy anymore, Mitchell came out as gay to his husband and kids and then transgender to his elementary school where he taught. As of the writing of this article, Mitchell and his sister Joy are both fighting their own battle with breast cancer.
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31337
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In the wake of the Orlando shooting, a gay writer who grew up in Florida wonders if there are any safe places left.
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31332
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The author follows two peoples’ story of life with their aging dogs, and the expense they pay to keep them comfortable.
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31453
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A new website aims to alleviate poverty and connect people by telling stories. Scott Gardner, a local cinematographer, cofounded About Face Charlotte with Sozo Art Gallery owner, Hannah Blanton, who felt moved to connect people in Charlotte who wouldn’t otherwise meet.
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Small store holds out for four decades in a rapidly changing neighborhood. Hall’s Clock Shop is only open for a few hours three days a week, but still gets enough business in those few hours to keep the father and son staff busy for the rest of the week.
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Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build now reaches across the globe, but the first home is still in Charlotte, and the first owner still lives there.
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