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Part of a twelve part series, The Story of Charlotte: Part 3 talks about the gold rush in Charlotte starting in 1799. People from all over rush in to make their fortune in gold. Over the next decades, the rush accelerated until the recession in 1837.
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There is growing concern that the integrity of the Coulwood area of Charlotte will be lost if it is allowed to be developed. Its vast difference from the more urban portions of Charlotte is what makes it unique.
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Charles Thomas, director of Queen City Forward, discusses his various hobbies and interests. From origami to photography, his interests are varied.
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Associate Professor Morri Creech answers questions about what it’s like to be a poet, what drew him to the profession and advice he has for others.
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Professional football hall of famer Joe Delamielleure has chronic traumatic encephalopathy. He goes through various treatments to help the CTE. Before he and his wife knew what it was, he had no idea what his symptoms were telling him. He was irritable, depressed, and had trouble sleeping. He describes what it was like to go from angry and not sure what was wrong, to finding out he had CTE and getting treatment, to what his life is like today.
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Anthony Foxx, the U.S. transportation secretary, started his successful political career as mayor of Charlotte. When nominated, he was then unanimously voted into the transportation secretary position. He is described as being passionate about his job and genuinely liked by both Democrats and Republicans alike.
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There 70 different diseases that cause people to need a bone marrow donation. While there are 23 million people on the bone marrow donor registry, sometimes that’s not enough and a match can’t be found. Steve Luquire has been on a mission to change that ever since his wife, Vicki, found out she would need one to help her myelodysplastic syndrome.
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At Heirloom restaurant, the menu changes daily. Everything served on that menu comes from North Carolina. It provides a casual atmosphere mixed with foods not found in other restaurants in the area making it a prime eating spot.
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The mayobird is a chicken salad centered restaurant that offers various types of chicken salad whether on a sandwich or a salad. The restaurant supports Behailu Academy, an afterschool program started by the owner, Deedee Mills.
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Jeremy Markovich wonders what his grandchildren will think of his behavior. Considering the way his generation viewed the discrimination against blacks during the Civil Rights Movement, he wonders if there are despicable things this generation will have done in hindsight.
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