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#discussCLT Podcast: Food With James Beard Semifinalists

A conversation with Chef Paul Verica and Chef Joe Kindred

#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.

Two Local Chefs Named James Beard Award Seminfinalists

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.

#discussCLT Podcast: Episode 12, Love in the Queen City

A conversation with writers Jodie Valade and Erin Maddrey

#discussCLT: Where, and What, Is Charlotte’s Music Scene?

Charlotte has plenty of talented people playing music but limited venues to hear them and people willing to.

Affordable Housing: What To Do?

'Charlotte Talks' tackles affordable housing, with difficulty. A UNCC study might offer solutions.

#discussclt Podcast: Ep. 11, Cameron Lee & Jason Michel

The Soccer Stadium Deal Doesn’t Add Up

Spending $87.5 million in taxpayer dollars for a new soccer stadium would be a slap in the face to people just trying to find jobs and places to live.

MLK and the Fierce Urgency of Economic Justice in Charlotte

There’s a reason why you might have sensed a different tone to MLK Day in Charlotte.

In Charlotte Restaurants, the Struggle to Find Good Help

Charlotte’s restaurant scene has exploded in the last couple of years. But that’s created a new problem with owners trying to assemble quality teams.

#DiscussCLT Podcast: Ep. 10, Frank Scibelli & Nick Tarnate

Anthony Foxx and the Urban-Rural Divide

Former Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx says he’ll work on closing the gap between cities and country once he leaves Washington.

A Record For #GivingTuesdayCLT

Kelly Brooks and SHARE Charlotte’s #GivingTuesdayCLT campaign raised $7.2 million—more than any city campaign in the international organization’s four-year history.

#DiscussCLT Podcast: Episode 9 with CTC's Allison Rhinehardt & Keith Cradle

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