Posted on 17 October 2014.
Posted in Davidson College
Posted on 10 October 2014.
This is the best kind of backdrop for a laptop. (Greg Walters photo)
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By GREG WALTERS
I’ve been a digital nomad since 2007 as both an employee and business owner. In the early days, I remember feeling a bit self-conscious when I first used my a laptop in a restaurant. Those days are long gone. More people are working remotely than ever before.
Today, we’ll talk about two establishments worthy of your patronage: the Wi-Fi equipped watering holes Davidson Beverage Co. and Carrburritos. Read the full story
Posted in Business, food, North Main Street, Road Warrior - Greg Walters
Posted on 07 October 2014.
Posted in Lake Norman, Photo of the Day
Posted on 06 October 2014.
Chuck McShane’s new book tells the history of Lake Norman. Catch him at a book signing in the area this month. (David Boraks/CorneliusNews.net)
Chuck McShane’s new book on Lake Norman history is out.
By DAVID BORAKS
Residents of the Lake Norman region have been remembering the lake’s 50-year history over the past couple of years with research projects, programs and other events. Now, there’s a new history, too.
Author and historian Chuck McShane‘s “A History of Lake Norman: Fish Camps to Ferraris” was published Sept. 30. It’s an accessible 120-page account of the lake’s origins and evolution, illustrated with historical and contemporary photographs and charts.
McShane is on a local book tour this week, beginning with a program at Cornelius Library on Tuesday and including stops at Duke Energy’s EnergyExplorium in Huntersville Friday and Main Street Books in Davidson Sunday. (See a list of public events below.) Read the full story
Posted in Calendar, Lake Norman
Posted on 26 September 2014.
HUNTERSVILLE – Fall into Huntersville returns for another year on Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014, from 10am to 2pm in downtown Huntersville. The event is hosted every year by Huntersville Connection.
This year they’re partnering with “What If Everyone” to bring awareness to volunteer opportunities in our community.
The festival will feature:
- Kids craft area (crafts will be donated to the Levine Children’s Hospital)
- Discovery Place Kids activities
- Farmers Market
- Bounce house
- Little gym Tumble track
- Dance demonstration
- Food trucks
- Merchandise vendors
- Live music
- Community Blood Center of the Carolinas blood drive for firefighter Jeff Reid
You can also learn more about various nonprofits that are at the festival such as Second Harvest Food Bank. They will have a donation truck and we will be building a donation pyramid!
Find out more on the festival’s Facebook page.
Posted in Calendar, Huntersville