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Brad Lambert, the first-time head coach at UNC Charlotte, talks about the much anticipated football program at the university. He discusses everything from his background in football, to the anticipated pregame speech. Both Lambert and the UNC students and alumni are looking forward to the first game of the season.
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A war of sorts has begun in Charlotte between John Hatcher and the Thirsty Beaver Saloon. Hatcher wants to develop the land the saloon sits on and has cut off parking to the building to force the saloon out of business. Regulars at the saloon are less than thrilled about this move and are openly protesting Hatcher’s actions.
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The mayor of Charlotte makes less than waste laborers which may seem low, but the mayoral position is only a part time job. The city of Charlotte may want to consider changing this after the full-time example set by Pat McCrory.
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An examination of the life of an average citizen living in Charlotte in 1968 provides a view of the history of race relations, from the desegregation lunch counters to the still-present dangers for African Americans today.
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Tom Schiavone has transformed Pelican’s Patio Bar into a new special place called the Fireside Bar & Grill. The grill serves of dishes displaying American and Asian influences. Cocktails are also served and go well with the patio setting.
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24899
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A possible view of what life in Charlotte might be like in 2058. The possible mistakes of the current generation recounted by the future generation and the successful changes made by the millennial generation from the way transportation is viewed to the touch screen progression. This may be a future we can expect.
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Shelton Vineyards is a family owned company in Yadkin County. It is owned by brothers Ed and Charlie Shelton who started the business in 1999. Today the vineyard boasts tours, festivals, and an excellent restaurant on top of their award-winning wines.
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This photo essay shows that this year’s fall fashions may take a more rustic turn for both men and women.
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