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Thurmond discusses how the 2012 Democratic National Convention in North Carolina could be the mayor's breakout moment.
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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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LaWana Mayfield is the first openly gay person on Charlotte City Council. She discusses her plans for the city and prefers people to focus on city issues, not her sexual preferences.
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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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Charlotte Symphony Orchestra's music director Christopher Warren-Green works to bolster the city's performing arts sector.
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Charlotte's museums are changing installations in time for the 2012 Democratic National Convention in North Carolina.
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Barrows discusses Cam Newton's high school career and subsequent college football acclaim.
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JJ's Red Hots is a new restaurant in the Charlotte area that specializes in hot dogs.
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Some of Charlotte's church-esque buildings are actually theaters, wine rooms, and art centers.
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