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This week on A Healthier Charlotte: workplace health and corporate wellness
how companies promote healthy workplaces, from Google to SMBs
implications of workplace health initiatives on the employee - and more
Uptown baseball, wedding season, and the nation’s fastest growing population, on the latest
guests: Jeff Beaver, Charlotte Sports Commission; Alicia LaLone, Wedding Row Charlotte; Mary Newsom, UNC Charlotte Urban Institute
data center to add nation’s largest private fuel cell energy project
"facility will consist of 24 fuel cell modules, [extracting] hydrogen from natural gas supplied by Piedmont Natural Gas"
Norfolk Southern to build freight hub at
airport, relocating from NoDa
costs include $74.3 million for construction, $1 million per year in rent to the airport, and $15.7 million in state & federal funds
center city to be relieved of 500 tractor-trailer trips each day
This Week on A Healthier Charlotte: The Naked Face Project
Molly Barker's 'The Naked Face Project' goes under the microscope
we discuss the expectations of beauty and gender in American culture
Pedestrian life, arts
and the future of public
, on the latest
guests this week: Mary Newsom, UNC Charlotte Urban Institute; Manoj Kesavan, que-OS; Chris William, Carolina Business Review
Must see: epic photo of Charlotte’s rainbowed skyline by photographer Chris Austin
photo taken by local photographer Chris Austin this past Saturday
’s cold case unit, and
’s local music scene, on the latest
our guests: Scott Muri, CMS; Jeff Hahne, Creative Loafing; and Sgt. Darrel Price, CMPD
The @bigfleet beat: March’s startup news
events & news include: Startup Weekend, BarCamp 7, Ignite Charlotte 4, POSSCON, Charlotte Venture Challenge, and the relocation of Hackerspace
This week on A Healthier Charlotte: how technological innovation is affecting our health
how does new technology affect your every day health?
we look at the most innovative new uses of technology in health care
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
Watch: local filmmakers mix Gaga
"Bad Romance: Women's Suffrage is a parody music video paying homage to Alice Paul and the generations of brave women who joined together in the fight to pass the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote in 1920."
people donating $
in honor of Hope Stout, who used her Make-A-Wish opportunity to help others #HopesWish
Hope's dying wish was for the 155 ahead of her on the Make-A-Wish list to have their wishes fulfilled
Minority turnout in the
turnover, plus the Charlotte Hornets, on the latest
our guests: Rod Garvin: Hip Hop Caucus; Amanda Raymond: League of Women Voters; & John Morgan: We Beelieve: Charlotte...take back your Hornets
Video: Queen City Forward launches to an enthusiastic crowd of social entrepreneurs
QCF exists "to dramatically increase the creation, scale and impact of social enterprises in Charlotte"
tournament lands in Charlotte for
2012 marks the 100th anniversary of the CIAA Basketball Tournament
$44.3 million dollars into the Charlotte economy in 2011
in 2011, attracted over 190,000 fans
This Week on A Healthier Charlotte: Sex and Relationships
we talk relationships with psychologists, public health experts, and marriage coaches
from communication, to alcohol use, to safe sex among college students
Charlotte Roller Girls, a photo essay—tickets on sale now!
first home game is March 17 at the Grady Cole Center
New mortgage settlement, $
million for the Blue Line, plus what’s up with Charlotte weather, on the latest
our guests: Rebecca Madej, Mortgage Banker; Shawn Flynn, News 14; & Brad Panovich, WCNC
Complete and local producer explore new dubstep territory
two Charlotte producers form dubstep group, call their style "dirty south electro swag"
first big local show at Amos' on Feb. 25
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