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for Charlotte Magazine Vol. 21 Issue 11, November 2016
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The small western North Carolina town of Saluda rests just over 2,000 feet above sea level. It was once a railroad town, but now it relies on live music, local art, and outdoor recreation to bring visitors in.
The Belmont neighborhood in Charlotte was once a violent area. Now, the area is experiencing redevelopment, although many longtime residents see this as an issue since the value of these new homes have skyrocketed.
A number of theater productions and public works of art have faced criticism in Charlotte during the last few decades. This article provides a brief overview of some of these controversies.
Arzberger Stationers in Charlotte produces old-fashioned engraved stationary. George Arzberger started the company in 1953 and now the business is divided into two lines: social and corporate jobs.