We sat down with Erin and Rachel of the Isabella Santos Foundation to learn more about the organization, how it has grown and what the future holds for it. We also learned the history of Elizabeth College and recorded the worst supportive words of all time.
We sat down with Nata and Walker of the Locked on Hornets podcast to find out if they think Charlotte is ready for the 2019 All Star Game (spoiler: they have concerns), discuss the upcoming All-Star events and spend way too much time talking about the celebrity game. John also breaks out a special history segment and Supportive Guy convinces Nata to be positive.
We were joined by Levine Museum of the New South’s new historian, Dr. Willie Griffin, to learn more about his background, discuss civil rights history in Charlotte and convince him the Meck Dec was real. We also learned some musical history in Charlotte and were supported (as always) by Supportive Guy.
This week we sat down with historian Tom Hanchett and engineer Keith Garbrick of LaBella Associates to talk about the firm’s recent historic donation and what it could mean for Charlotte. We also continued our search for a new logo, talked about Joey Big News Bruno, learned about some wrasslin’ and baseball history and were supported (as always) by Supportive Guy.
You’ve probably heard of the organization but what does it actually do in the Charlotte area? The answers will probably surprise you. We also announced our new logo competition, learned about Martin Luther King Jr’s connections to Charlotte and were supported by Supportive Guy.
Ps listen to the end for a special guest
In our most unique interview to date, we sat down with two passengers from the “Miracle on the Hudson” flight to hear first-hand what that day was like for them, how it changed the passengers and crew forever and what it means to see the plane in Charlotte.
A special thanks to Beverly Waters and Barry Leonard for sharing their stories and to the Carolinas Aviation Museum for coordinating and hosting the conversation.