We sat down to talk about what is overrated and underrated about spring in Charlotte. We also learned about the history of Alexander Craighead and were supported by Supportive Guy.
We were joined by Neil and Ed of the Project One Scholarship Fund to learn about the important work they’re doing to help Charlotte students pay for college. Plus, they have a pretty cool event coming up! We also learned the history of one of Charlotte’s oldest philanthropists and Supportive Guy shares some happy thoughts for sad college basketball fans (John).
On this week’s episode we sat down with Tom Gabbard and discussed everything Blumenthal Performing Arts does for the Charlotte community. (Hint: It’s more than you think.) We also learned about the history of the traffic cone and Supportive Guy shares a story from his childhood.
On this week’s episode we were joined by the founder of 24 Hours of Booty, Spencer Lueders. We discussed the creation of this incredible charity event, it’s growth and the impact it has on the Charlotte community. We also learned about Governor Cameron Morrison and were supported (as always) by Supportive Guy.
This week we sat down with Federico Rios, the City of Charlotte’s first Immigrant and Integration Manager, to learn about his story and the work of the Office of International Relations. This fascinating conversation touches on the incredible impact immigrant populations have on Charlotte, how Charlotteans need to get out of their bubble and ended with an argument about Risk strategy.
We also learned the history of Reggie Hawkins (the father of Charlotte’s Civil Rights Movement), and Supportive Guy teaches us about Charlotte’s Sister Cities.
On this week’s episode we sat down with Chris of Birdsong and Phil of Legion to discuss the Charlotte Independent Brewers Alliance, beer culture in the Queen City and using Mazda Miatas as political contributions. We also learned the incredible history of JT Williams and Supportive Guy assigned Avengers to Charlotte breweries.