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The Thirsty Beaver Saloon, located in Plaza Midwood, is considered one of the most authentic places in Charlotte. Devores talked to the brothers who own and operate the saloon.
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UNC Charlotte chancellor Phil Dubois has decided to add a football team, the 49ers, to the university.
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Erika Ellis-Stewart, the new school board chair in Charlotte, discusses her goals for local schools.
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Charlotte Kids Yoga has grown after many parents have decided to involve their children in the practice of yoga.
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Charlotte, North Carolina is a sprawling city with a growing real estate market. One benefit of this is suburbs where lower land prices, lower taxes, lower home prices, and improved infrastructure are moving people outside the city. Fort Mill, Concord, Indian Trail, Huntersville, Mount Holly, Marvin, Waxhaw, and Rock Hill offer various distances from the big city and special perks.
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Charlotte Magazine (NoCar F 264.C4), Vol. 17 Issue 4, April 2012, p52-60, il, por, map Periodical Website
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In the Fall of 2011, Charlotte, North Carolina became occupied with a movement of protesters. Becoming one of the leaders of Occupy Charlotte over time, Michael Zytkow is continuing a family tradition of activism as his grandfather fought for the Warsaw Uprising in the last days of the Nazi occupation of Poland. Occupy Charlotte seeks to empower the community as an intellectual revolution that starts from scratch.
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Dr. Tony Zeiss has traded his usual college professor look for the full dress of an American captain in the Revolutionary War as he often does for speaking engagements. Zeiss has been the president of Central Piedmont Community College for twenty years, a school which serves 70,000 people in Mecklenberg County, North Carolina in career training.
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