Today we were joined by Mary Newsom to discuss her history in Charlotte, work with the UNCC Urban Institute and City Walks. We also announced our fundraiser for Heart Meter, learned about the history of the Belmont Neighborhood and read some special words from Supportive Guy.
On this week’s episode we sat down with Molly Grantham of WBTV to discuss her incredible career, how she learned to juggle her home and work lives, and so much more. We also learn the history of Ismael Titus and read some special words from Supportive Guy.
We sat down on Miller’s front porch to talk about the future of Charlotte and list some things* that Charlotte needs. We also learn the history of a ghost named Dusty and replayed one of our favorite holiday-themed Supportive Words.
*This is a fun list that does not include many serious topics so please don’t @ us.
Prepare to be impressed after our conversation with local dancer, artist, creator and teenager Jonathan Davis. Also, John has some startling Charlotte BBQ facts.
We met local artist Kent Youngstrom at Birdsong Brewing to learn more about his career, projects and the arts in Charlotte. John also got really excited about trees and Supportive Guy sent in some words from Boston.
We were joined by author Kathy Izard to discuss her memoir “The Hundred Story Home” and learn more about her efforts to house Charlotte’s homeless. John called in and supplied the fastest history of Charlotte ever and we were supported (per usual) by Supportive Guy.