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Jim Rogers spent 25 years  building a reputation as a forward thinking, civic minded coal baron, but with Duke's merger with Progress Energy, Rogers is retiring at the height of his career.
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The authors discuss the 2012 Democratic National Convention in North Carolina, listing what locals can expect to see and do during the event.
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As President Obama's reelection nears, Latinos take center stage because they may be the group that swings votes in the President's favor.
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Charter schools have increased in number in North Carolina, but some people fear the schools will capitalize on taxpayer money.
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The authors discuss the various ways entrepreneurs seek to revitalize Charlotte.
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Thirteen new restaurants are bringing French, Italian, German, and other flavors to the Queen City. This article profiles many of these restaurants' chefs and highlights the food served.
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A war of sorts has begun in Charlotte between John Hatcher and the Thirsty Beaver Saloon. Hatcher wants to develop the land the saloon sits on and has cut off parking to the building to force the saloon out of business. Regulars at the saloon are less than thrilled about this move and are openly protesting Hatcher’s actions.
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For John Tosco, music is life. He has been playing the guitar since he was 8 years old and has been hosting music parties for most of his adult life. His children were even a band that toured briefly. He has been teaching music for years and is described as selfless, and the kind of guy who is always willing to give pointers on music.
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Associate Professor Morri Creech answers questions about what it’s like to be a poet, what drew him to the profession and advice he has for others.
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24960
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The Herrin Brothers Coal & Ice plant has been in business since 1929. With the installation of the Lynx Blue Line Extension in three years, their business will increase.
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24972
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The reversal of busing in Charlotte has resulted in serious consequences at the West Charlotte High School. Eighty-five percent of their students are African American, and most are underprivileged. Since the policy change, many students have suffered both academically and socially.
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24983
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Lisa Rab explores the attractions of Blowing Rock and the surrounding area. The people, clean mountain air, and beautiful mountains all provide reasons to visit.
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The Charlotte Regional Farmers Market and the Kings Drive Farmers Market in Charlotte have produce from both Carolina and international farms. Some vendors clearly label the origin of their food, while others just tell people what they want to hear. As resellers become more and more of a problem, customers must learn how to differentiate between local and non-local food.
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A helicopter rescue crew at MedCenter Air explains just how important there mission is to the region surrounding Charlotte. MedCenter Air crews can respond anywhere within a 150 mile radius of their base, covering two miles a minute.
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A working mother fights to give her kids a better life in Charlotte where the odds of climbing out of poverty are lower than any other large city in the country.
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