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#discussCLT Podcast: Episode 21, Inside the Soul Food Sessions

Charlotte’s ‘Broken System’ Myth

At the latest #discussCLT event, panelists and crowd tackle the hard truth: The ‘two Charlottes’ exist by design.

Opinion: MLS Stadium a Question of Priorities

Mecklenburg County seems unlikely to fund a proposal for a new soccer stadium unless the city does, too, and it won't, which is good.

#discussCLT Podcast: Live from Camp North End

Passions High at MeckMin 'We Need to Listen' Session

Mecklenburg Ministries hosted a program Monday on the Keith Scott shooting and its aftermath. The voices were loud, clear, and insistent—and they demand to be heard.

On Web Access, Rural Communities Just Now Dialing Up

Internet access was supposed to transform rural communities. It hasn’t, and serious efforts to provide it are just starting now. They may be too late.

#discussCLT Podcast: Episode 19, Diversity in Breweries

Talking with Tabu Terrell of Three Spirits Brewery, Kia Moore, and Ryan Pitkin

‘Social Engineering,’ You Say?

The split between rich and poor in Charlotte is, and always has been, the product of public policy.

#discussCLT: An Immigrant’s Story

On the latest #discussCLT podcast, the Levine Museum’s Oliver Merino discusses his path to Charlotte from Mexico and the city’s growing activist community.

#discussCLT Podcast: Immigration and Charlotte

‘Ferguson Effect’ Rears Its Head in Charlotte

Charlotte's Fraternal Order of Police wants more funding and support from the City Council, in part because of ‘the Ferguson effect’—a loaded term with variable definition.

Charlotte’s Affordable Housing Crisis Deepens

A new report outlines how hard it is for the working poor to find places to live in Charlotte.

#discussCLT Podcast: Craft Freedom & Beer in Charlotte

Can Charlotte Find the Way Forward Through the Arts?

Charlotte’s arts scene is both more adventurous and complex than it appears, says Tom Gabbard of Blumenthal Performing Arts.

#discussCLT Photos: Urban vs. Rural

Photos from #discussCLT on April 13 at Lenny Boy Brewing Co.
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