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Enjoy exotic culture and flavors at the Charlotte World Parade
Festival this weekend
Can: Charlotte students paint hundreds of t-shirts to raise awareness of global issues
Take your pants off for charity!
Sunday January 13th
Bhuwani’s wedding: Nepali refugees celebrate in East Charlotte
Ten sure signs of the Mayan apocalypse
Out & About
Are We There Yet?
Video: trailer from
Blog’s trip to Turkey!
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Blog host Bobby DeMuro get to Turkey!
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Social entrepreneurship, Military families in Charlotte, plus St. Patricks day, on the latest
our guests: Charles Thomas: Queen City Forward; Lt. Gen. Tom Waskow: USO of North Carolina; & Brittney Cason: The O Show on KISS 95.1
Discovery Place welcomes indie media in first blogger open house
A Healthier Charlotte
Eating disorders, on A Healthier Charlotte
Lynn Dreyer of Melissa's Voice shares her story with eating disorders
Southeast Psych, Carolinas Healthcare System and Teen Health Connection join me to discuss the medical perspective
Meet J.D., Jackson and Buck Lewis, a local family on a trip around the world
their project, Twelve in Twelve, kicked off on July 1 this year
we caught up with them on camera before they left
Charlotte Symphony music director to conduct London Chamber Orchestra at royal wedding
Best of Google Street View includes Charlotte
Fareed Zakaria speaks at Blumenthal on the “rise of the rest”
Pulitzer Prize winner, TIME editor, CNN host
"The odd thing about the U.S. is in the early twenty-first century they actually achieved their one historical objective; they globalized the world. They just forgot along the way to globalize themselves."
Charlotte native to bike
miles across Africa, raising scholarship money for orphans
Meghann Gunderman leaves Friday for a 10-day, 400-mile mountain biking trek, from the base of Mt Kilimanjaro across Tanzania to the Indian Ocean
Charlotte’s Stop the Traffik hosts
century emancipator: Aaron Cohen
Where: UNC Charlotte's Student Union - Room 340
When: Thursday, April 8th
Cost: FREE (with student ID); $5 (non-students)
activism in Vancouver (w/ Kris Krug)
Opening day protest/parade in Vancouver
Vancouver protestors peacefully parade yesterday, but for what?