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22664
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This article profiles some of Charlotte's historic buildings and what they are still in use for.
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24914
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Jeremy Markovich explains why there is no need to be sad or upset every time a building is torn down in Charlotte. The way he sees it, they’re not tearing down history, they’re tearing down old and outdated buildings that are hard to miss once something nicer has replaced it.
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24961
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Since it first opened 60 years ago as the Charlotte Coliseum and Auditorium, Bojangles’ Coliseum has hosted many notable events.
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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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24987
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Carolina Foods Inc. is one of the oldest honey bun bakers in the country. The company has been making honey buns for over 40 years and is still a family business.
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An article about the revival of architecture in the Fourth Ward Residential District in Charlotte, NC by Frank Vagnone, Albemarle Road Junior High School, Charlotte, NC.
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Tar Heel Junior Historian (NoCar F 251 T3x), Vol. Vol. 18 Issue No. 2, , p11-12, il