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A new concept for a film festival, contestants in the 100 Words Film Festival will have only 100 words that can be used during the course of the short film. The idea was coined after Scott Galloway, founder of Susie Films, watched his kids watching YouTube.
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Sarah Stevenson has been hosting public forum breakfasts since the 1970’s. These events have featured international visitors from around the world as well as local officials hoping to be elected.
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The residents of Davidson are a tightly knit group. Not only do the townspeople unite on important issues, but the students at Davidson College do as well. The groups are banding together to preserve their history and their culture.
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While there is extensive intensive interest in the arts in Charlotte, the many fundraising efforts are often in competition for limited funds. Working at cross purposes, different organizations undermine each other. What is really needed is a good, financially stable foundation that the arts can rely on.
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Dr. J. Michael Bitzer is a professor of political science at Catawba College. While his main job is teaching, he is also highly sought after by radio and TV reporters for interviews on politics.
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Jesse Cureton, a former West Charlotte High School drum major, has rekindled the love and sponsorship for Charlotte’s Thanksgiving Day parade. Attendance had once dwindled to 20,000, but his efforts have helped increase the crowds fivefold.
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Bakersfield is a new Mexican bar and eatery. While in its first months of operation it was only serving dinner, their range of tacos will soon be available for lunch as well.
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Cantina 1511 has moved to a new location. While some things have remained the same, there are new additions to the new location as well.
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Christine Nelson, anchor for WBTV’s News This Morning and News at Noon, explains her sense of style and how it is part of her success with WBTV.
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24993
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Part seven of a twelve part series traces the history of Charlotte from beginning of the Jim Crow era through the Prohibition.
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24999
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After a conspiracy theory about a cell tower disguised as a tree took off, Jeremy Markovich decided to get to the bottom of the theory once and for all.
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