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#DiscussCLT is a production of Charlotte magazine and powered by OrthoCarolina.

Latest Episodes

Live Event: Higher Education in Charlotte - Episode 43

In this episode, we present a recording of our last live event in 2018: Higher Education in Charlotte. Moderated by our editor, Emma Way, our panel includes representatives from the Charlotte Chamber, Johnson C. Smith University, CPCC, and UNCC.#discussCLT Podcast is a production ofCharlotte magazine and is sponsored by OrthoCarolina.

70 MIN2018 DEC 1
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Live Event: Higher Education in Charlotte - Episode 43

A Higher Education Primer - Episode 42

Higher education came into sharp focus this year, when Amazon passed over Charlotte—and shortlisted rival Raleigh—for the relocation of its East Coast headquarters in large part because the Queen City lacks a stronger infrastructure for higher ed. In this episode, host Andy Smith and contributing editor Greg Lacour take a look at the landscape ahead of our Oct. 17 event at Catawba Brewing. Read more about the event at discussclt.com.

45 MIN2018 OCT 4
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A Higher Education Primer - Episode 42

Live Event: Charlotte's Transit Future

In this episode, we present a recording of one of our most lively public discussions yet: The future of Charlotte transportation was the topic, with a panel of consisting of former city councilman and mayoral candidate Edwin Peacock, Mary Newsom of UNC Charlotte's Urban Institute, CATS deputy director John Muth, and Charlotte City Council member Greg Phipps in August.

89 MIN2018 OCT 1
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Live Event: Charlotte's Transit Future

Inside the Charlotte Gateway Station - Episode 40

Since our next event on Aug. 15 at Catawba Brewing is titled “Charlotte’s Transit Future,” we thought we'd just focus on one major transportation project for this episode: the Charlotte Gateway Station.We talk to State Transportation Secretary James Trogdon and CATS CEO John Lewis about the changes ahead. Make sure you RSVP to that Aug. 15 event at discussclt.com. The #discussCLT Podcast is sponsored by OrthoCarolina.

8 MIN2018 JUL 28
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Inside the Charlotte Gateway Station - Episode 40

North Tryon Vision Plan With Cathy Bessant

Cathy Bessant is Bank of America’s chief operations and technology officer and the person recently labeled the “Most Powerful Woman in Banking.” She also happens to be the co-chair North Tryon Vision Plan’s advisory committee. In this episode of the #discussCLT Podcast, we talk to her about what the plan is, what area it covers, what it means for the underserved, and much more. Also: The next discussCLT event is titled “Charlotte Task Forces: Are They Effective?” When the city faces a crisis-from education to economic mobility-we turn to task forces. Why? And do they make a difference, or do they sometimes get in the way of progress? That’s coming up on Wednesday, June 20, at Catawba Brewing in Plaza Midwood. More on that here.

24 MIN2018 JUN 7
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North Tryon Vision Plan With Cathy Bessant

Levine Museum of the New South's New Historian

Dr. Willie Griffin, a Charlotte native and associate professor at The Citadel, will be the next historian at the Levine Museum of the New South. Griffin previously coordinated the African-American studies program at the Charleston-based military college and starts his new job in Charlotte next month. In this episode, we talk to Griffin about the move. The #DiscussCLT podcast is a production of Charlotte magazine and powered by OrthoCarolina.

11 MIN2018 MAY 15
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Levine Museum of the New South's New Historian

Preview: "Social Media & Kids. It's Complicated."

The next #discussCLT event (April 25) is "Social Media & Kids. It's Complicated,” and on this episode, we set the stage for that conversation. Host Andy Smith talks to a few Charlotte parents about raising kids in the age of social media. Also: Andy's oldest daughter, Elliot, and U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith make appearances. Be sure to RSVP for the discussion event on Wednesday at Catawba Brewing Co. (6 p.m.) at discussCLT.com.

6 MIN2018 APR 21
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Preview: "Social Media & Kids. It's Complicated."

Collecting Art in Charlotte (With LaCa Projects' Neely Verano)

Hi. Charlotte magazine digital editor Andy Smith here. The experts all agree: The mark of a thriving cultural community is one in which people buy local art. However, galleries and other arts spaces have a reputation for being pretentious and, at times, a bit inaccessible. As someone who covers the arts, I disagree. And so does Neely Verano, director of LaCa Projects. We talk about that, as well as the major changes for the FreeMoreWest space, in this episode.

48 MIN2018 MAR 28
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Collecting Art in Charlotte (With LaCa Projects' Neely Verano)

Live Panel Event: Me Too, Charlotte - Episode 34

Miss our most recent panel event at Catawba Brewing Co.? This episode presents the entire discussion (and the Q&A that followed). "#discussCLT: Me Too, Charlotte" asked this question: "What are we doing in Charlotte to make sure women are respected in any industry?" Hear this wide-ranging conversation for yourself.

83 MIN2018 MAR 13
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Live Panel Event: Me Too, Charlotte - Episode 34

Charlotte Symphony Orchestra President & CEO Mary Deissler - Episode 34

Recently, Charlotte Symphony Orchestra and Queens University began a partnership to study engagement between live orchestral music and elderly Alzheimer’s and dementia patients. It's just one of several ways in which the symphony is deepening its connections with the community outside of uptown. In this episode of the #discussCLT Podcast, Andy Smith and Andy Goh talk to CSO CEO Mary Diessler about their community programs, her past experiences with orchestras across the country, and the stacked upcoming season for the Charlotte Symphony. RSVP now for the next live #DiscussCLT event, Wednesday, February 28, 6 p.m. at Catwaba Brewing Company at 933 Louise Avenue, right next to Advent Coworking. This panel discussion, moderated by Charlotte magazine editor Kristen Wile, focuses on the #MeToo movement, and its effects on Charlotte. An expert panel will discuss where we are as a city, and what needs to be done to make sure women in every industry receive the same treatment as their male...

34 MIN2018 FEB 26
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Charlotte Symphony Orchestra President & CEO Mary Deissler - Episode 34

Latest Episodes

Live Event: Higher Education in Charlotte - Episode 43

In this episode, we present a recording of our last live event in 2018: Higher Education in Charlotte. Moderated by our editor, Emma Way, our panel includes representatives from the Charlotte Chamber, Johnson C. Smith University, CPCC, and UNCC.#discussCLT Podcast is a production ofCharlotte magazine and is sponsored by OrthoCarolina.

70 MIN2018 DEC 1
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Live Event: Higher Education in Charlotte - Episode 43

A Higher Education Primer - Episode 42

Higher education came into sharp focus this year, when Amazon passed over Charlotte—and shortlisted rival Raleigh—for the relocation of its East Coast headquarters in large part because the Queen City lacks a stronger infrastructure for higher ed. In this episode, host Andy Smith and contributing editor Greg Lacour take a look at the landscape ahead of our Oct. 17 event at Catawba Brewing. Read more about the event at discussclt.com.

45 MIN2018 OCT 4
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A Higher Education Primer - Episode 42

Live Event: Charlotte's Transit Future

In this episode, we present a recording of one of our most lively public discussions yet: The future of Charlotte transportation was the topic, with a panel of consisting of former city councilman and mayoral candidate Edwin Peacock, Mary Newsom of UNC Charlotte's Urban Institute, CATS deputy director John Muth, and Charlotte City Council member Greg Phipps in August.

89 MIN2018 OCT 1
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Live Event: Charlotte's Transit Future

Inside the Charlotte Gateway Station - Episode 40

Since our next event on Aug. 15 at Catawba Brewing is titled “Charlotte’s Transit Future,” we thought we'd just focus on one major transportation project for this episode: the Charlotte Gateway Station.We talk to State Transportation Secretary James Trogdon and CATS CEO John Lewis about the changes ahead. Make sure you RSVP to that Aug. 15 event at discussclt.com. The #discussCLT Podcast is sponsored by OrthoCarolina.

8 MIN2018 JUL 28
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Inside the Charlotte Gateway Station - Episode 40

North Tryon Vision Plan With Cathy Bessant

Cathy Bessant is Bank of America’s chief operations and technology officer and the person recently labeled the “Most Powerful Woman in Banking.” She also happens to be the co-chair North Tryon Vision Plan’s advisory committee. In this episode of the #discussCLT Podcast, we talk to her about what the plan is, what area it covers, what it means for the underserved, and much more. Also: The next discussCLT event is titled “Charlotte Task Forces: Are They Effective?” When the city faces a crisis-from education to economic mobility-we turn to task forces. Why? And do they make a difference, or do they sometimes get in the way of progress? That’s coming up on Wednesday, June 20, at Catawba Brewing in Plaza Midwood. More on that here.

24 MIN2018 JUN 7
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North Tryon Vision Plan With Cathy Bessant

Levine Museum of the New South's New Historian

Dr. Willie Griffin, a Charlotte native and associate professor at The Citadel, will be the next historian at the Levine Museum of the New South. Griffin previously coordinated the African-American studies program at the Charleston-based military college and starts his new job in Charlotte next month. In this episode, we talk to Griffin about the move. The #DiscussCLT podcast is a production of Charlotte magazine and powered by OrthoCarolina.

11 MIN2018 MAY 15
Comments
Levine Museum of the New South's New Historian

Preview: "Social Media & Kids. It's Complicated."

The next #discussCLT event (April 25) is "Social Media & Kids. It's Complicated,” and on this episode, we set the stage for that conversation. Host Andy Smith talks to a few Charlotte parents about raising kids in the age of social media. Also: Andy's oldest daughter, Elliot, and U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith make appearances. Be sure to RSVP for the discussion event on Wednesday at Catawba Brewing Co. (6 p.m.) at discussCLT.com.

6 MIN2018 APR 21
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Preview: "Social Media & Kids. It's Complicated."

Collecting Art in Charlotte (With LaCa Projects' Neely Verano)

Hi. Charlotte magazine digital editor Andy Smith here. The experts all agree: The mark of a thriving cultural community is one in which people buy local art. However, galleries and other arts spaces have a reputation for being pretentious and, at times, a bit inaccessible. As someone who covers the arts, I disagree. And so does Neely Verano, director of LaCa Projects. We talk about that, as well as the major changes for the FreeMoreWest space, in this episode.

48 MIN2018 MAR 28
Comments
Collecting Art in Charlotte (With LaCa Projects' Neely Verano)

Live Panel Event: Me Too, Charlotte - Episode 34

Miss our most recent panel event at Catawba Brewing Co.? This episode presents the entire discussion (and the Q&A that followed). "#discussCLT: Me Too, Charlotte" asked this question: "What are we doing in Charlotte to make sure women are respected in any industry?" Hear this wide-ranging conversation for yourself.

83 MIN2018 MAR 13
Comments
Live Panel Event: Me Too, Charlotte - Episode 34

Charlotte Symphony Orchestra President & CEO Mary Deissler - Episode 34

Recently, Charlotte Symphony Orchestra and Queens University began a partnership to study engagement between live orchestral music and elderly Alzheimer’s and dementia patients. It's just one of several ways in which the symphony is deepening its connections with the community outside of uptown. In this episode of the #discussCLT Podcast, Andy Smith and Andy Goh talk to CSO CEO Mary Diessler about their community programs, her past experiences with orchestras across the country, and the stacked upcoming season for the Charlotte Symphony. RSVP now for the next live #DiscussCLT event, Wednesday, February 28, 6 p.m. at Catwaba Brewing Company at 933 Louise Avenue, right next to Advent Coworking. This panel discussion, moderated by Charlotte magazine editor Kristen Wile, focuses on the #MeToo movement, and its effects on Charlotte. An expert panel will discuss where we are as a city, and what needs to be done to make sure women in every industry receive the same treatment as their male...

34 MIN2018 FEB 26
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Charlotte Symphony Orchestra President & CEO Mary Deissler - Episode 34
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