We all love a big family meal, especially at times like this. But a big community meal is something we're missing -- meals like the kind that brought our communities together during civil unrest of the 1960's and other times when things got tense.
The community table returned to Charlotte last year, in a regular event called Civil Gatherings. It's on hold for right now, but organizers have used this time to do good in our community when they couldn't bring people together around a table. Terrell Huntley is here to tell us about all that's going on.
Charlotte Real Estate Podcast
Scott Pridemore and Mike Hege think Charlotte’s got a great story to tell. Roughly 15,000 people a year move to the Queen City, and let’s face it — they all have to live somewhere. Their stories of how they find their homes, and more importantly why they chose to live where they live, make every story as unique as the individual who took the journey to home ownership here.