Episode 156 – A Very Exciting File Cabinet

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.


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Episode 154 – Charlotte’s New York Miracle

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.

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Episode 153 – Charlotte’s History in the Sky

We spent a morning last month at the Carolinas Aviation Museum and met with Katie Swaringen to chat about the museum and its unique exhibits. Settle in for delightful conversation that touches on topics like the history of the museum and how the Miracle on the Hudson plane found its home in Charlotte.

Later in the episode we learn about the eccentric Haskell Deaton and Supportive Guy shared some words for our listeners from Ohio.

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