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11 results for Charlotte Magazine Vol. 18 Issue 10, October 2013
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After losing her husband in 2009, Elizabeth Berrien joined a widow’s support group to help her get her life back together. Wanting to do the same for others, she started Soul Widows, a non-profit organization that takes care of grieving women.
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Jesse Cureton plans to make Novant Health a better form of medicine by focusing more on preventative care rather than expensive as-needed care. He planes to keep costs low with this new segregation of patients into three categories.
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Greg Lacour discusses the unfortunate state of unemployment in North Carolina, particularly how it has affected an 82 year old known as Street. He was laid off in June due to another vendor was hired, leaving him with a very small stipend from the unemployment office.
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Charlotte is hosting its own version of a Fringe Festival. Festivities will include a number of local acting and improve groups as well as a “So You Think You Can Dance” type of contest with a performance on October 6.
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Retired Charlotte news anchor Robert Inman worked for WBTV for 26 years. Throughout that time, he loved the mountains in Boone, NC and would travel there almost every weekend. Inman and his wife continue to love the mountains from the wildlife to the way it’s secluded.
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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 The way he sees it, they’re not tearing down history, they’re tearing down old and outdated buildings that are hard to miss once something nicer has replaced it.
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Heath Morrison struggles with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school system. While he has many plans to fix the system and is described as excellent at listening to the problems others voice, there is some concern that he is just a listener and not an activist.
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24913
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Alyssa Gorelick brings her cooking knowledge to cooking classes at Chef Alyssa’s Kitchen. The classes are based on either skill level or themes like vegetarian or Italian. The cost is mainly to cover the cost of ingredients and you can sign up online.
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Patsy Kinsey is the temporary mayor of Charlotte after Anthony Foxx left to be U.S. Secretary of Transportation. She is described as quiet, but firm. So far, she has made an excellent impression on the people of Charlotte.
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A walk through of what it was like to work in the banking industry during the 2008 crash. Since that crash, some have had success such as Suzie Ford. A timeline of events leading up to the crash as well as the aftereffects is presented.
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Cantina 1511 has new menu items and is thinking of making more changes. There is talk of a fresh-tortilla-making station as well as some cosmetic renovations and updates.
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