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As Charlotte's population grew and the city expanded, a rush of immigrants began to populate the city. Today, people of Asian origin make up five percent of Mecklenburg County's population and many restaurants and markets have emerged to meet the needs of this population.
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RockSalt, a raw bar and patio serving oysters, clams, mussels, and shrimp, is eager to be the next seafood hangout in Charlotte. Travis Croxton owns the restaurant and operates his family business, Rappahannock River Oysters. Croxton's journey to create and maintain this business reflects the history of oyster harvesting, the seafood industry, and small-business ownership.
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Every June since the 1980s, HeroesCon occupies the Charlotte Convention Center. Considered one of the best independent comic conventions in the country, the event is an extension of Shelton Drum's comic book store, Heroes Aren't Hard to Find. The story of this business and Charlotte's growing comic culture says much about the success of this annual convention.
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