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#discussCLT: One Side of the Urban-Rural Divide

We’ll be discussing the urban-rural divide at the next #discussCLT event. A recent New York Times piece illustrates why those discussions are so important—and frustrating.
March 2017

#discussCLT: Partners In Life, Activism Talk LGBTQ Issues

Writer/humorist/activist Joanne Spataro and her partner, musician/activist Lara Americo, were guests on the latest #discussCLT podcast as we approach the one-year anniversary of House Bill 2.
March 2017

#discussCLT: What is Charlotte Food?

Held at Lenny Boy Brewing Co. on Feb. 16, 2017
March 2017

#discussCLT Podcast: Lara Americo & Joanne Spataro

March 2017

#discussCLT: A Non-Mob Scene at the County Commission

Tuesday’s meeting of Mecklenburg County Commissioners didn’t devolve into a shouting match as the Charlotte City Council meeting did last week. It was still plenty compelling.
March 2017

#discussCLT: Clues To ICE’s Endgame

We still don’t know exactly what ICE is doing and why in Charlotte and elsewhere. But clues are emerging.
March 2017

#discussCLT Podcast: Food With James Beard Semifinalists

A conversation with Chef Paul Verica and Chef Joe Kindred
February 2017

#discussCLT: Charlotte’s Evolving Food Scene

The first #discussCLT event of 2017 was a wide-ranging discussion of Charlotte’s food scene and where it is, and isn’t, going.
February 2017

Two Local Chefs Named James Beard Award Semifinalists

February 2017

A Traumatic Week For Charlotte’s Latino Community

Federal agents have arrested hundreds of undocumented Latino immigrants, including more than 20 in Charlotte, since February 7—and the government is sending mixed signals about what it’s doing.
February 2017
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