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Quidditch, a sport from the Harry Potter books, has taken off at UNC Charlotte. As a sport, it neutralizes gender, but is by no means easy to play. While the rules are a bit different in a non-magic, non-flying game outside the books, it is still a sport worth playing.
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Part 6 of a twelve part series on the history of Charlotte focuses on the Reconstruction. With the help of the Republican Party, blacks became active citizens. Some whites resisted this change, and political unrest ensues.
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Charlotte Magazine (NoCar F 264.C4), Vol. 19 Issue 10, October 2014, p37-38, 40, 42-45, por Periodical Website
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Brad Nortman talks about his punting abilities both in school and now in the NFL. He recently set the franchise’s record for average distance per punt in a season.
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A local Charlotte barber is giving classes cutting hair. They classes provide those who may not have a highest level of education with a way to earn an honest living.
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Julie Owens is a domestic violence speaker. After her own terrifying ordeal, she chose to make a difference in the lives of other abused women. She provides support and instruction on how to get out of the abusive relationship. Her seminars specifically target educating religious leaders on what to do if someone comes to them for help.
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. talks about his success, both as a NASCAR driver and a businessman. He recall how his father, who passed in 2001, impacted him personally and professionally.
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Carolina Foods Inc. is one of the oldest honey bun bakers in the country. The company has been making honey buns for over 40 years and is still a family business.
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The Summit room was inspired by owner Deedee Mills’ climb to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. The food is just as adventurous with unexpected tastes in every dish.
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Draught Charlotte serves food with influences from all over the globe. While it is not a sports bar, it does provide a place to watch the Panthers game.
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Wayne Jernigan has enjoyed a long career in the music recording industry. Everyone from James Brown or Tammy Faye Bakker has recorded at his studio.
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Lisa Rab explores the attractions of Blowing Rock and the surrounding area. The people, clean mountain air, and beautiful mountains all provide reasons to visit.
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Jeremy Markovich gives his opinion on the phenomenon known as Adult Halloween. He also suggests some topical, Charlotte-themed costumes for Adult Halloween parties.
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