We were joined by the team of Lumiton, a Charlotte start-up that is changing the clothing game with their specialized fabrics. Trust us, it’s amazing. We also were supported by Ole SG and learned the history of the brick house uptown near the Spectrum Center.
North Carolina State Senator Jeff Jackson returns for the third time to discuss the upcoming election, what he’s been working on and which podcast host he likes the most. We also learned about spooky Charlotte stories and Supportive Guy brought the heat.
We sat down with the Democratic candidate for the 9th District, Dan McCready, to discuss what it’s like to run for office, things he’s learned on the campaign trail and what songs his college cover band played. We also took a trip down 85 to learn the history of the All-American City, Gastonia, and Supportive Guy taught us how to debate.
We sat down on Miller’s back porch to drop some #takes and debate what’s hot and what’s not in Charlotte. We also learn the history of the cultural capital of Gaston County and Supportive Guy drops his best joke yet.
We were joined by Mary Katherine and Gabby of Circle De Luz to learn more about the program and the impact it has on the lives of young latinas in the Charlotte area. We also learned the history of Pineville and acted out various mentorship situations?
We were joined by Rabbi Dusty Klass of Temple Beth El and Reverend Ben Boswell of Myers Park Baptist Church who discussed their roles as faith leaders in Charlotte. We also learned the history of Matthews and joined in studio by Supportive Guy.
Miller sat down with RunningWorks founder Meredith Dolhare and world-renowned fashion designer Luis Machicao to learn about the upcoming RunningWorks “Metamorphosis” event. We also caught up on what Meredith has been up to and learned more about Luis’ incredible career. Last but not least, Supportive Guy sent in some special words about Hurricane Florence.
We sat down with Zack to discuss how the Carolina Farm Trust is working with local farmers, helping bring affordable food to Charlotte and its upcoming event the Carolina Jubilee. John shared the history of Concord with us and introduced one of the most incredible stories you have never heard of and Supportive Guy wrote a little something for dessert lovers.
This week were joined by Beth and Tim of Rebuilding Together to learn more about the program and how it approaches the affordable housing crises in Charlotte. John also continued his new history segment with the history of Kannapolis.
We were joined by the vice chair of the Riot Foundation to learn about the start of the Roaring Riot, what it offers Panthers fans and talk trash about other fan bases. John also redeemed himself by starting a new history segment and Supportive Guy brought the thunder via written word.
Jourdan Rodrigue of the Charlotte Observer sat down with us at Legion Brewing to discuss her career, Panthers expectations and the journalist hub that is Gastonia. We also learned about a big hole in the ground (thank John) and were supported by Supportive Guy’s words.
We were joined by Aldergate CEO Suzanne Pugh to discuss the incredible ways the retirement community works to better the surrounding community. John also wrapped up is history series on the 1965 Shrine Bowl and we learned about the hottest new team building fad from Supportive Guy.
On this episode we caught up with the gang at 24 Hours of Booty minutes before their big event, learned more about the 1965 Shrine Bowl and the incredible Julius Chambers, and Supportive Guy supported your dog during their favorite days of summer.
On this week’s episode we travelled to Wheelhouse Media to sit down with John Allred to learn about his business, the creative scene in Charlotte and what's next in video technology. We also introduced part one of our three part series on the a1965 Shrine Bowl and were supported (as always) by Supportive Guy.
Today we were joined by Mary Newsom to discuss her history in Charlotte, work with the UNCC Urban Institute and City Walks. We also announced our fundraiser for Heart Meter, learned about the history of the Belmont Neighborhood and read some special words from Supportive Guy.
On this week's episode we sat down with Molly Grantham of WBTV to discuss her incredible career, how she learned to juggle her home and work lives, and so much more. We also learn the history of Ismael Titus and read some special words from Supportive Guy.
We sat down on Miller's front porch to talk about the future of Charlotte and list some things* that Charlotte needs. We also learn the history of a ghost named Dusty and replayed one of our favorite holiday-themed Supportive Words.
*This is a fun list that does not include many serious topics so please don't @ us.
We sat down with Rickey Hall and Greg Jarrell to learn more about the West Side Community Land Trust and how they are fighting against displacement on the west side of Charlotte. We also learned about the history of Biddleville and Supportive Guy shared an oddly inspirational story about hiking.