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23320
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Spring Arts in Charlotte brought in many musicians, actors, and dancers.
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Tavis Smiley discusses his art exhibit 'America I AM: The African American Imprint.'
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Don Beaver lobbied for the Charlotte Knights to return to the Queen City for over a decade. Despite some pushback, the Knights’ Uptown Charlotte stadium broke ground in 2012 and the first season in the new park was in 2015. The location of the new ballpark has made the Knights one of the most successful minor league franchises in the nation and the area around the park has developed economically.
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Bob Crumley, an Asheboro lawyer and president of Founder’s Hemp, and Bruce Perlowin, an ex-con and Las Vegas-based Hemp Inc. CEO, expect hemp to be a billion dollar industry in North Carolina. Part of their mission is to educate people on the use of hemp in thousands of products including clothing, paper, textiles and food.
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Mooresville, founded by a local farmer in the 1850s, has experienced urban style and size growth. Contributions to its accelerated development came from families such as the Macks, whose century-plus contribution inspired the Charles Mack Citizen Center. Also attributing to the town’s growth was companies such as the NASCAR Technical Institute, Corvid Technologies, and Trump National Golf Club Charlotte.
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Davidson’s greatest asset, preserve the past while integrating the present, had been charming prospective students and their families since its founding during the 18th century. Evidence of the town’s allure was the profiled restaurant, Kindred. The power extended both ways, as Kindred helped to boost the town tourist trade. In turn, these business owners felt a great pride in being part of the town originally named Davidson College.
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36289
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A Sealed Air executive believed housekeeping employees, often on the bottom rung of an organization’s ladder, should have the way cleared to climb to the top. How she helped these employees receive due attention for their contribution was working to increase their career and educational opportunities.
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38232
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Universities like East Carolina University and towns like Durham have a mixed response to the presence of LimeBike. Likewise can be said for cities like Charlotte, with their own version of bike-sharing programs. A positive result is citizens utilizing a healthier form of transport. A negative result comes from cyclists irresponsibly parking the bikes after use.
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23545
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The authors discuss the emerging art culture in Charlotte and highlight various artists who are changing the way the city thinks about art.
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