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The Charlotte Knights minor league baseball team is moving across the border. After 25 years at the Fort Mill's Stadium in Fort Mills, South Carolina, the Knights have found a new home in the uptown city of Charlotte.
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23326
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Charlotte Kids Yoga has grown after many parents have decided to involve their children in the practice of yoga.
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23339
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Shelton Drum, owner of comic book store Heroes Aren't Hard to Find, talks about founding the Charlotte HeroesCon.
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23338
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The authors present popular lakes in the region and highlight things to do over the summer at each lake.
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23538
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Boudin examines the reasons for why numerous puppy mills exist in North Carolina. There are no laws that regulate breeders who sell to the general public. This fosters inhumane living conditions for dogs.
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23535
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Barcott discusses his accomplishments and how he hopes to inspire youth to change the world for the better.
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23556
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Boudin reveals what it was like to meet stars during the 2012 Democratic National Convention in North Carolina.
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23562
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Boudin examines how Charlotte's film industry has taken off over the years and provides explanations for why it is not more successful.
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23565
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Belk, the department store, is spending 600 million dollars in refurbishments and employee training in order to stay relevant in today's tough market.
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22671
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Dr. Tony Zeiss has traded his usual college professor look for the full dress of an American captain in the Revolutionary War as he often does for speaking engagements. Zeiss has been the president of Central Piedmont Community College for twenty years, a school which serves 70,000 people in Mecklenberg County, North Carolina in career training.
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