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Stefan Latorre is an attorney and radio host of his Spanish language radio show, “La Verdad de la Ley” in Charlotte, North Carolina. When he started the program more than ten years ago, the Latorre set out to address common concerns and misconceptions, and inform Charlotte’s Hispanic community about their legal rights.
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From classics to the unexpected, this article presents the top fifteen burgers found in Charlotte, North Carolina. Reviews of several restaurants are also provided. Among the most nostalgic places is Mr. K’s, a fifty-year-old restaurant known for family traditions, milkshakes, and classic burgers.
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Guy Fieri, the host of The Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” has visited Charlotte, North Carolina numerous times, highlighting the best places to eat. This is a list of restaurants he’s visited as part of the traveling show, and what he ate at each location.
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One year after Hurricane Matthew flooded the small town of Lumberton, North Carolina, some people are still without homes. Many people were unaware of the rising floodwater that followed the hurricane, until it was too late. Lumberton residents describe their experiences and how they have been coping with the flood impacts.
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Claire Ritter is a jazz pianist and composer from Charlotte, North Carolina. She is also a North Carolina Arts Council fellow and four-time recipient of the Arts and Science Council’s Regional Artist Grant. Ritter will perform on October 7 at Queen’s University with her longtime mentor, pianist Ran Blake.
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The mountain town of Burnsville, located northeast of Asheville, North Carolina, is a popular tourist destination. People visit Burnsville for its unique art galleries, antique stores, nature, stargazing, and access to Mount Mitchell, the highest peak east of the Rockies.
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