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In North Davidson (NoDa), the art district in Charlotte, Up Stage, spotlights the underground theater scene with an atmosphere that attracts theater groups and performance artists.
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Since Lonnie Davis, a New Orleans expat and accomplished jazz flutist moved to Charlotte seven years ago, she has quietly invigorated the area's jazz community through the work of her nonprofit, the Jazz Arts Initative, which highlights the jazz masters from the Carolinas: Coltrane, Gillespie, and Simone to name a few.
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Created as part of the construction of the Cowans Ford Dam in the 1950s and 1960s, Lake Norman is the largest mand-made freshwater body in North Carolina. Since its creation, Lake Norman has shaped the lives of the once-rural region of the state.
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Despite the urban setting of a growing Charlotte, the city is increasingly bike friendly with new bike lanes, greeways, and a cycle-sharing system that promotes biking from town adventures to mountain trails.
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Five years ago the United Way of the Central Carolinas was the center of scandal; today, Jane McIntyre has put the charitable organization back on track and is attempting to connect with newest generation of fundraisers.
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It was not until 1978 that after multiple attempts, serving of liquor became legal in Charlotte. McShane discusses the history of bringing liquor-by-the-drink to Charlotte.
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20424
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Some love her, some hate her, but Pat Cotham is shaking things up as the controversial chairman of the Mecklenburg County Commission.
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20421
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A new novel by Wilton Barnhardt highlights Charlotte as the prime example of the New South city.
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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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20426
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Despite the progress of the New South city, many in Charlotte are devoted to keeping the trees to add a sense of place to the evolving city.
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22638
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Chapel Hill is the historic seat of the University of North Carolina, but it has much else to offer tourists and day trippers.
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22660
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Charlotte offers many options for inexpensive shopping, services and entertainment. Here are a few suggestions for discovering the best that Charlotte has to offer without going broke.
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22662
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This article is a comprehensive guide to the private schools located around the Charlotte area.
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22663
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This article profiles a UNC-Charlotte concert featuring eighteen violins that are relics from the Holocaust, and the stories that these violins are associated with.
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22666
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This article details the best beaches near Charlotte. Featured beaches include Tybee Island, Georgia; Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, and North Carolina's Outer Banks.
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