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Protect Our Democracy: Important Mecklenburg Elections Board meeting July 29

The following is an action alert from Democracy North Carolina about an upcoming meeting to determine our fall voting schedule. Please support.

Dear Mecklenburg County Supporters, 249 more words


Observations on a Year by Virginia

Music school always seemed odd to me. Could it really be possible to spend four years pursuing something I was actually passionate about? I always thought other college majors sounded so… not fun. 533 more words

White Sox Place Reliever Putnam On 15-Day DL

(CBS) The White Sox have placed right-handed reliever Zach Putnam on the 15-day disabled list with right shoulder inflammation, they announced Thursday afternoon.

In his place, Chicago has called up right-hander Andre Rienzo from Triple-A Charlotte. 33 more words


Credit Suisse Drops Commodities

Joe Van Hecke’s latest post:

In a recent Wall Street Journal article Max Colchester and Sarah Kent explain the latest developments in Credit Suisse Group decision to rid itself of their commodities trading unit.  289 more words


In the Club

On Wednesdays, runners gather outside of NoDa Brewing with a goal of completing 1, 3 or 5 miles before swallowing a couple pints of craft beer and enjoying dinner from a visiting food truck. 289 more words


The best PB&J in town

Charlotte celebrates “Queen’s Feast” twice a year, once in January and once in July. We always try to visit at least one new restaurant and usually visit a favorite, too. 351 more words


Run Charlotte

It came out this week that Charlotte made a list of the Worst Cities for Recreation. I was slightly astounded by this article because we have greenways; we have run clubs;  we have races almost every weekend; we have trail runs; we have biking teams; we have the Whitewater Center; we have crossfit gyms popping up in every empty warehouse, so how can this be? 159 more words