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Chapel Hill is the historic seat of the University of North Carolina, but it has much else to offer tourists and day trippers.
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22780
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Part 11 of the Story of Charlotte series, \"A Time of Unrest,\" covers the history of integration, racial unrest, urban renewal, and the passage of new liquor laws in Charlotte during the 1960s and 1970s. Points of racial contention mentioned include the Shrine Bowl, Swann v. Board of Education, and the midnight bombings of four civil rights leaders' homes in November of 1965. As the city began to expand, racial tension from urban renewal arose, and outlying neighborhoods fought unsuccessfully to avoid being engulfed by the growing metropolis.
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The River Arts District along the French Broad River has become the center of creativity and artistic opportunity in Asheville. Over two hundred artists perfect their craft in former warehouses and offer tourists and locals an artsy district in the growing small town.
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Charlotte Magazine (NoCar F 264.C4), Vol. 20 Issue 3, March 2015, p72-76, il, por, map Periodical Website
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The Tiki Hideaway restaurant and bar in South Charlotte features Pacific island cuisine and a variety of alcoholic beverages. Owner Mike Barrea hopes to create an outlet for people to escape their busy lives and feel as though they are on a vacation without leaving Charlotte.
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Beef 'N Bottle has been on South Boulevard in Charlotte since 1978. The restaurant serves primarily steaks, although they have broadened their menu to compete with the chains.
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