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Although Mecklenburg County's Latino population has nearly doubled since 2000, Central and South American culture is still under-represented in local arts. The Lain American Contemporary Art Project is hoping to provide the backdrop for these groups and build awareness and understanding of the diverse community.
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In North Davidson (NoDa), the art district in Charlotte, Up Stage, spotlights the underground theater scene with an atmosphere that attracts theater groups and performance artists.
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20419
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Despite the urban setting of a growing Charlotte, the city is increasingly bike friendly with new bike lanes, greeways, and a cycle-sharing system that promotes biking from town adventures to mountain trails.
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Five years ago the United Way of the Central Carolinas was the center of scandal; today, Jane McIntyre has put the charitable organization back on track and is attempting to connect with newest generation of fundraisers.
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It was not until 1978 that after multiple attempts, serving of liquor became legal in Charlotte. McShane discusses the history of bringing liquor-by-the-drink to Charlotte.
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