Fri March 30, 2007
We look at Charlotte through the eyes of newcomers today on Charlotte Talks with Mike Collins. Levine Museum of the New South's Historian, Tom Hanchett, offers some of the best ways for new residents to acclimate to our fair city. We'll talk about everything from contacting local agencies to why there are so many roads named "Sharon." We'll also hear from a reporter new to the city and our new school Superintendent, on what it has been like moving here. It's a newcomers guide to the Queen City when Charlotte Talks. Since this is an encore edition of the show, we won't be able to take any phone calls this hour.