Feature | CLT Blog - Part 2
gluten-free diets, on the newest episode of A Healthier Charlotte
gluten-free is all the rage now, but what does it really mean?
we talk gluten intolerance and celiac disease with four local experts
’s removal of the Occupy Charlotte camp
police used no force, and Occupiers did not resist arrest
removal of campsite took around 2.5 hours
A walkthrough of Moore Place, Charlotte’s first real solution to homelessness
Moore Place opens to the public this weekend w/ an open house on Sun, Jan 29, from 3:30 to 5 PM
we take a walkthrough of Moore Place w/ director Caroline Chambre
Sources say Gov. Bev Perdue won’t seek re-election
Washington Post speculates that possible replacement candidates include Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton, Attorney General Roy Cooper, former White House chief of staff Erskine Bowles and Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx
Nightlife ordinances, the future of the Red Line, and falling crime rates, on this week’s
our guests: Dave Boraks of DavidsonNews.net, Kate Gaier of News 14, and Constantine Mouzakitis of CLT Buzz
Rock Hill-based startup
Systems a finalist for
award, vote now!
"Rajeev Kulkarni's 3D Systems has created what they are marketing as the first consumer 3D printer and launched it at CES this year"
The @bigfleet beat: January’s startup community news
Labs on 15th launch; CRTEC event w/ Chris Siefken, CIO of Beanstalk Data; Ignite Charlotte 4; Startup Weekend; Packard Place map; and more!
visits Occupy Charlotte
Lila Allen, C.J. Toscano, and friends spend some time w/ the Occupiers on Trade St
Memphis star Bryan Fenkart reflects upon national tour, coming to Charlotte in January
Tuesday, January 3rd through Sunday, January 8th
Plaza Midwood getting $
City of Charlotte breaking ground on project as soon as January 2012
plan includes pedestrian crossings, pedestrian-scale lighting, bicycle parking, tree plantings, public art, and even a mid-block pedestrian path
Video of Amelie’s founder Lynn St. Laurent speaking at the White House
from her recent trip to the White House along with other invited entrepreneurs and small business owners around the country
video released on the official White House blog a few weeks ago
The Birth” is Christmas unplugged, opening Dec
at Spirit Square
performances December 12 – 19 at the Duke Energy Theatre at Spirit Square
tickets cost $18, or $28 for the Celebration Event on Dec 17
American Airlines bankruptcy may lead to merger with
what would the merger mean for Charlotte?
could AA/US Airways compete with Delta and United?
Chiquita is already hiring
positions in Charlotte, here are the jobs and how to apply
my favorite: "Director of Marketing, Bananas"
Hornet’s Nest, a film to be released on
, is set in Charlotte, but filmed in Wilmington
based on the crime novel by Patricia Cornwell
starring Sherry Stringfield (ER) and Virginia Madsen (Sideways)
Charlotte peels Chiquita from Cincinnati, relocation announced today!
Chiquita offered as much as $22 million in state and local incentives
said to bring 375 jobs by 2014 w/ an average salary of $107k
Flash lunch mob at the Charlotte Auto Show this Friday at noon! Reserve your
first 20 people to spread the word about this event get free admission and lunch!
read this post for details
Full video from TEDxCharlotte
videos now available online!
presenters include: Molly Barker, JD Lewis, Max Wallace, Scott Swimer, Dolph Ramseur, Rebekah Ferguson, Kirsten Hemmy, Charla Muller, David Johnson, Dr. Mark Moore, Susan Harbage Page, Loan Tran, and Manny Ohonme
Charlotte voice-to-text startup Yap quietly acquired by Amazon
possible bid by Amazon to take on Apple's Siri?
Yap sets a fantastic example for Charlotte's entrepreneurial community, which is eager to prove the potential of locally-grown startups
Occupy Charlotte: the first four weeks in photos (and words)
official marches have included between 160 and 500 people, and 40 people are currently camped at Old City Hall
be patient as the post loads, there are a ton of large photos