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20418
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Five years ago the United Way of the Central Carolinas was the center of scandal; today, Jane McIntyre has put the charitable organization back on track and is attempting to connect with newest generation of fundraisers.
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23566
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Charlotte's Elevation Church began in 2006 when eight couples desired to start a new church. Considered a mega-church, the congregation grew to over one thousand by 2007 and gained national attention. This article details Pastor Steven Furtick's story, the church's history, and congregation growth over the past eight years.
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23558
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The Charlotte Museum of History closed in spring after falling on hard times; can the museum find a way to bounce back?
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28874
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80 years ago, author Carson McCullers began working in Charlotte on her best-selling novel The Heart is a Lonely Hunter. McCullers setting in her novel is similar to the setting of Charlotte today and many of the same issues she wrote about then, are still relevant now. McCullers struggled with her sexual identity and fitting in and the author of the article wonders if much would have changed for McCullers if she were alive and trying to write the same novel today. The history of the novel, the author, and the social issues of the periods are discussed.
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31342
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Author Emily Harris asks what it means to the city that the Charlotte Observer newspaper is moving from its 9 acre downtown lot, where it has been since the beginning of the 1970’s, to leased offices.
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31466
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The Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board reviews its student assignment policies every six years; this year, it has focused on concerns that the area’s schools are increasingly segregated by race and class. Here, two advocates share their views about how to proceed.
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22721
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Whether through book or the collections at the Museum of the New South in Charlotte, North Carolina, Tom Hatchett interprets Charlotte's last 100 years as staff historian.
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