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  1. New Project Aims to Connect Journalists With the Communities They Report OnRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    At a small get together at Hygge Coworking West on Remount Road in April, a diverse group of journalists and community organizers milled about, socializing while they took trips to the kitchen to partake in the great unifier that's always a sure way to lock-in attendance from both groups: free food. The gathering was a launch party for News Voices North Carolina, a new project from Free Press, a national, nonpartisan organization that works on issues regarding technology and communication in media.

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  2. The Blotter: Fuck Your FlagRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    Burn Them All A 61-year-old man filed a police report last week after someone damaged his property through an act of arson. The man called police after someone set fire to a Confederate flag outside of his southwest Charlotte home.

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  3. Jessica Moss Makes the Gantt Center a Safe Zone for Local ArtistsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    Jessica Moss walks into the event space at the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture with several large bags tucked under her arms. Under one arm is a sack of candy, and under the other, a bucket filled with red-and-white popcorn cups.

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  4. David Childers Is Just Another Middle-Age White Guy Making Sublime ArtRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    Childers will perform an album-release show for 'Run Skeleton Run' on Saturday, May 13 at 9 p.m. High Rock Outfitters 13 S. Main St Lexington, N.C. 27292 $10 There are certain singer-songwriters, brilliant ones, who live and work in towns across the United States. White guys, in their 50s and 60s, who've benefitted in countless ways from the advantages of their demographic classification, yet remain unsung heroes of music in the Woody Guthrie continuum.

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  5. Five Names For Your Irish Pub That Aren't MilestoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    Earlier this week, a Charlotte Agenda article caused some debate around town when it announced the upcoming opening of a new bar in Dilworth. What's the fuss? Its owner Jackie McHugh, who recently moved here from New York, plans to name it Milestone.

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  6. Hope Nicholls on Spending Three Decades in Charotte's Music Scene ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    I may be a news editor, but I consider myself relatively well plugged in to the Charlotte arts community. So in hindsight it's bewildering that I only recently became aware of the woman whom I now consider to be the coolest person in Charlotte, especially because I'm related to her.

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  7. Top 10 Marijuana Songs by Charlotte ArtistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    Yes, friends, it's that day of the year when all good stoners celebrate one of America's great national pastimes - smoking, vaping, eating, or by some other means of delivery, ingesting marijuana. Oh, stop ye who judge with your fancy cocktails in hand.

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  8. 'BOOM Charlotte' Festival Detonates Arts Explosion in Late AprilRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    Let me explain. In this case "chaos" means Que-OS, the nonprofit led by BOOM Director Manoj Kesavan, and BOOM is - well, it's the mother of all art bombs.

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  9. A Selection of BOOM's Big HitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    There will be a whole lotta shaking going on when BOOM goes off in Plaza Midwood, April 28 30. Billed as "Three days of art, performance and the unexpected," BOOM is diverse, playful and sometimes downright strange. Designed to support the city's creative community and foster collaboration among artists, BOOM has exploded into a movement that unites and transforms Charlotte - at least for three days.

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  10. Enderly Coffee Isn't Just Roasting Beans, It's Empowering a CommunityRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    If you're wondering why the name Enderly Coffee sounds familiar, it's because you've probably seen a sack of its beans around town - at the Healthy Home Market, Tip Top Daily Market, Juice Bar or Hazelnuts Crperie. And if you're wondering where Enderly Coffee's shop is, you're not going to find it - not until this summer, that is.

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  11. Angela Saylor Brings Her Electronic Music Project 'Minthill' Back HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    When Angela Saylor found out the electronic musician Joey Casio was among the 36 people who died in the tragic Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland, Calif., late last year, it rocked her world. The blaze had swept though a building where numerous artists lived and worked.

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  12. Ben Shropshire Turns Magic, Dreams (and Bugs) Into ArtRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    On a March afternoon after a freak snowfall, the back room at Jim McGuire's "Happening" at Studio 1212 is filling up with artists, performers and onlookers. There's a lot going on: Hula hoopers twist beside a psychedelic school bus blasting dance music.

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  13. VIDEO: Charlotte Students Appear in 'Purple Dreams' Doc at Full Frame FestRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    "We've got gay, straight, black, white, Hispanic. This is what Glee looks like in real life," Corey Mitchell says of his students at Charlotte's Northwest School of the Arts, the magnet school on Beatties Ford Road where singer Kevin Mercury Carter got his start.

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  14. Create Charlotte Lit and They Will ComeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    Every year since 2004, Central Piedmont Community College's Sensoria Festival has presented the Irene Blair Honeycutt Award. This year, Honeycutt, who founded the celebration of literature and the arts 25 years ago, will be the recipient of the honor that bears her name.

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  15. Charlotte Lit Celebrates the Late Novelist Carson McCullersRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    The Southern Gothic novelist Carson McCullers was just 20 when she got married, moved to Charlotte, and began writing her most famous work, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter . McCullers' debut novel, released in 1940, is about the life of a deaf mute and a bunch of misfits.

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  16. Local Couple Aims to Print a ProtestRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    When local screen print artist Evan Plante hosted a show called "Reclaimed" at Twenty-Two art gallery in Plaza Midwood two years ago, his goal was to show the city a culture he felt it was lacking. Plante brought in screen print artists from around the country to showcase the possibilities of the art.

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  17. The Blotter: Falling OutRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    Nap Time Police responded to a Rite Aid in the University area last week after someone decided to make themselves at home inside the store. Employees told officers the suspect was in the store for two hours, an odd amount of time to spend in any pharmacy, but they may have just been moving slowly because they were tired.

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  18. A Look at Diversity in Charlotte's Growing Coworking CommunityRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    There's certainly no shortage of desk space for freelancers and budding entrepreneurs in Charlotte. The rapid growth of coworking spaces in the city has ushered in a startup mentality that can be felt across the city.

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  19. Alysia Osborne Works Between the Lines For Neighborhood Revitalization and Community-Driven SolutionsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    This story is the second of a five-part series on women making a difference at Charlotte arts and cultural institutions. The rapid change of Charlotte neighborhoods and the bustling development projects around center city has made cranes in the sky and bulldozers on the ground a normal fixture in the Queen City.

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  20. New Project Aims to Connect Journalists With the Communities They Report OnRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2017 | Creative Loafing

    At a small get together at Hygge Coworking West on Remount Road in April, a diverse group of journalists and community organizers milled about, socializing while they took trips to the kitchen to partake in the great unifier that's always a sure way to lock-in attendance from both groups: free food. The gathering was a launch party for News Voices North Carolina, a new project from Free Press, a national, nonpartisan organization that works on issues regarding technology and communication in media.

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