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23528
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Tavis Smiley discusses his art exhibit 'America I AM: The African American Imprint.'
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38206
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In celebration of the magazine’s golden anniversary was acknowledging100 events, spanning over two centuries, which affected Charlotte. Included was George Washington’s visit (1791); gold’s discovery (1799); James K. Polk’s election as president (1845); Charlotte Female Institute’s founding (1857); Charlotte becoming a music recording hub (1936-1940); NoDa arts district’s founding (1990s); the election of Pat McCrory, the first Charlotte mayor to become governor (2012); election of Vi Lyle, the first black female to become mayor (2017).
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24928
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In 1993 the highest instances of murder occurred in Charlotte. Since then, the efforts to reduce that number have increased tremendously with excellent results. The road to this success is relayed through stories of murders in 1993.
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Charlotte’s housing market has rebounded in the past ten years, but homes are short in supply and prices are rising. Current trends beg to question if Charlotte’s housing market is heading for another crash.
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Remembering the greenhouse owner who fostered more than flowers. Jesse Campbell, known to some as the “orchid whisperer”, was shot and killed in his Lake Wylie home in early January 2016.
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24927
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Cottage Chic, a local boutique in Dilworth, has celebrated its 10th year in business. The shop offers a variety of items from clothing to luxury bath products.
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24960
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The Herrin Brothers Coal & Ice plant has been in business since 1929. With the installation of the Lynx Blue Line Extension in three years, their business will increase.
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The Charlotte Regional Farmers Market and the Kings Drive Farmers Market in Charlotte have produce from both Carolina and international farms. Some vendors clearly label the origin of their food, while others just tell people what they want to hear. As resellers become more and more of a problem, customers must learn how to differentiate between local and non-local food.
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Part 2 of the Story of Charlotte series, \"A Fighting, Trifling Place,\" describes the events in Mecklenburg County from 1770 through the early 1790s. Ideology from Orange and Rowan counties' Regulator Movement causes some riots, but county elites capitalize on the insurrection to reduce colonial taxes and establish Queen's College. Revolutionary thought contributes to the alleged signing of the Mecklenburg Declaration in 1775, while encounters with British troops come in 1780.
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Professional football hall of famer Joe Delamielleure has chronic traumatic encephalopathy. He goes through various treatments to help the CTE. Before he and his wife knew what it was, he had no idea what his symptoms were telling him. He was irritable, depressed, and had trouble sleeping. He describes what it was like to go from angry and not sure what was wrong, to finding out he had CTE and getting treatment, to what his life is like today.
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Last year, about four-hundred refugees came to Charlotte, and approximately 17,000 have come here since the mid-1990s. Refugee Support Services, a non-profit organization, helps refugees build self-sufficiency skills and address medical, financial, employment, housing, children, legal and social services.
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After ten years of plans toward opening a brewery, Phil Buchy names his business after the legion of family and friends that helped him get there. Legion Brewing relies on locally sources ingredients, reclaimed materials for their building and has no plans to distribute into other regions.
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34432
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Open Kitchen Restaurant in Charlotte, owned by Christina Skiouris and her brother, Dean Kokenes, began in 1952 as a curb-side hamburger joint run by her uncle, Speros Kokenes. Her father, Steve Kokenes, joined the business in 1954, introducing the first pizza pie to Charlotte. The restaurant was groundbreaking for serving some of the city’s first international fare and continues to offer traditional Italian dishes.
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