Creating art, by nature, is a solitary undertaking. And in Charlotte, with its corporate banking mentality, many artists feel particularly isolated. So as the critical mass of artists in the area keeps growing, many of them are coming together to ...Read More »
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Just hours after the Democratic Party announced that Charlotte would host its 2012 national convention, the Levine Museum of the New South got a phone call. A national organization wanted to book the museum during the convention for a sit-down ...
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Many Charlotte-area businesses are turning to the national Democratic Party in hopes of landing work during its September 2012 convention in Charlotte. But for savvy business owners in the hospitality industry, it is only one part of their strategy. Charlotte ...Read More »
Michael Pariza, president of Boxer Retail, wants to be very clear about what his Dallas-based company’s plans are to rebrand and reopen Eastland Mall — and what they are not. “When we say it will have an Hispanic theme, that’s ...Read More »
The good news is that there’s one more indication that the Charlotte economy is slowly beginning to recover. But it might be too late — and not strong enough — to save some of the area’s upscale restaurants. Already, the ...Read More »
Until last year, no one — not even Charlotte’s economic development officials — thought that the region was an energy hub just waiting to be discovered and cultivated. They knew they needed to do something after the banking industry unraveled ...Read More »