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Old Try

He's a pro.


A story was recently published in Charlotte Magazine about Dr. Michael Bitzer. In the first couple of paragraphs they talked about the art on his walls. Unbeknownst to them, they were talking (and showing) us. Someone from CLT tipped us off by mailing a copy of the mag on up to Boston.

It's a great readif you care about politics in the Old North state. And a good look if you care about letterpress....

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Southern leaving.


Just as we were taking off from Charlotte this summer, I had a shoot for Southern Living. They popped us in a little column about the gems of Charlotte. I'll stand by my picks that Buffalo Jackson, Charlotte Talks and the Sleepy Poet are great places in that town.

Oh, the irony of getting on the SL beat just as we disqualify ourselves from being in there much as we're New Englanders for the...

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Snow Days.


Despite just a little dusting (.9"), schools in Mecklenburg are out for the second day. When you work from home, well, the commute doesn't really matter. So, we're still open. And we've got a kettle of something warm on. And with 13° on the thermometer this morning, I'm kinda ready for spring.

Hope you guys down in Atlanta and Birmingham are getting your lives back together. Sorry y'all had to deal...

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The Queen City


 

The last one to go. 

We caught a jet plane down and celebrated the marriage of the last of Marianna's college roommates. She lives in Charlotte and so does her husband and so then friends from all over made it to the little chapel that once belonged to an orphanage that is now a National Historic Landmark. Then we skipped over to the Mint museum to shake it.

We also made it to Forest Hills where...

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