July | 2011 | CLT Blog
Video: interview w/ Del the Funky Homosapien
myself and the Mr. Invisible crew sit down w/ Del after his recent show at Tremont
Charlotte ranks second highest value city in the
Kiplinger, a publisher of economic forecasts based in DC, has ranked the best value cities for 2011
Charlotte comes in second, just behind Omaha, Nebraska, and right ahead of Nashville, Tennessee
Help Discovery Place win a car from Toyota’s
Cars For Good
redistricting heats up! Video
maps in the latest edition of The State of Mecklenburg
we discuss how this affects Mecklenburg County, with guests Warren Cooksey, Michael Bitzer, Dan McCorkle, and moderator Brian Francis
Ink Floyd Presents: God Save the Queen (City) @ the Chop Shop in NoDa
“most free” state in new study
new study by the Mercatus Center @ George Mason University
New Hampshire and South Dakota tie for first place, while New York comes in last
Questlove at Re:Public this Saturday, want free tickets?
10pm, tickets $15
find us on Twitter and RT to be entered to win 2 free tix!
Taking Back Sunday ticket giveaway!
Rock-‘N-Run in northeast district benefits Hope Haven on August
Charity dog wash supports
Cheap $10 microchipping
Raised over $1,000 last year!
best state for business by
Special Report: #NASATweetUp!
board fires back at Mayor Foxx and Charlotte City Council
in a letter sent today to the Mayor and members of the City Council, the CRVA board stated that they will be keeping CEO Tim Newman and COO Mike Crum, even though their contracts have expired
Will this July
be a preview of
100's of officers will be downtown during the 4th
An expected 100,000 people will be uptown to celebrate the 4th of July
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