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Healing Charlotte Podcast
Kerry Kalish, Healthy Buildings TASC Force

Healing Charlotte Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 42:14


In this episode, we meet Kerry Kalish. She is a Design Project Manager at ODA, an architecture firm here in Charlotte, North Carolina. She also manages the TASC(Tactful Approach to Sustainable Cleanliness) force which focuses on research and development for "Well Building" strategies. Kerry went to Architecture school at UNCC in 2004 and was fascinated back then about how architecture relates to humans. Now she is even more health conscious and aware of how spaces affect people due to having a child with asthma and ADHD. Prior to joining ODA, she worked for a forensic architecture firm where she was involved with more reactive work and fixing problems that already happened. She was interested in doing more proactive work from there. She joined ODA two weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Her boss came to her with an idea to focus more on the healthy building movement. After some initial reading and research, Kerry realized how connected this movement was to her interest in college. "I even thought it{Healthy Building Movement} was mostly germs and good clean air. In hindsight, I realized this is that neuroscience stuff, this is that same scientific stuff but also the psychology and how we've gotten so much more aware of mindfulness." There are a couple of certifications including Fit Wel and Well Standard. This movement started about 7 years ago but gained momentum due to the pandemic. These certifications include sections on; fitness and mind, light(that could cause glare and headaches or lowered productivity), water cleanliness, and air to name a few. The standards also address vending machines, catering, and cafeteria requirements. ODA created the TASC force to educate themselves as architects as well as contractors, developers, and decision makers who they were already connected with. They developed a newsletter to educate and help people see the importance of these standars as well as the return on investment. JLL created the "3-30-300 rule" that helps illustrate where to invest money. Every business, per year, per square foot spends $3 for utilities, $30 for rent, and $300 for payroll(insurance, PTO, sick time, etc). So in essence, Healthy Buildings protect and enhance the lives of people on the inside. The focus most recently has been on ventilation(better air, UV filters, higher quality filters), high touch areas(using surfaces that can be cleaned and bleached), and connection with nature(rooftop terraces, courtyards, and biophilic design). Some industries that are currently adopting these standards are hospitality, self-storage, and education to name a few. Where the Healthy Building Movement protects the people on the inside, where as the Sustainable Movement which strives to not damage, create minimal damage, or regenerate the environment outside of the building. In the future, the TASC force may move beyond Healthy Buildings and look at technology of materials or regenerative design. "You can really mitigate those if you reduce your employees sick time or if you can improve their productivity. You are going to be able to balance that out more than you can by putting in some slightly more energy efficient light bulbs in your building." Kerry wants to heal Charlotte because her friends and family are here and wants her daughter to have a healthy experience. Kerry is inspired by Envision Charlotte; a group that is focused on creating a circular economy including regenerative design, composting, recycling and using underemployed folx to help. Self-care for Kerry includes an anti-inflammatory diet and being intentional with the food she ingests. "I want to take care of the people around me. I've always wanted to do that to some extent. I've always wanted to give a positive to the community around me in some way, shape, or form." Visit the TASC force website and subscribe to the quarterly newsletter. Reach out to Kerry directly at kkalish@oda.us.com or tascforce@oda.us.com.

Headwraps and Lipsticks
The Pressure To Be Black & Great - S5, E21

Headwraps and Lipsticks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 78:50


We can't do it all. But we sure do try... TIMESTAMPS 0:00 - Mic Test 0:37 - Intro 2:31 - What Can't You Wrap Your Head Around? 8:57 - White Supremacy Protest In Philly 14:59 - Racist Neighbor Bullies Family, Gives Address and Says “Pull Up” 22:35 - Nikole Hannah Jones denies Tenure at UNCC, takes talents to Howard University's 30:34 - Man Shot & Killed in Charlotte in March, Video Just Released 34:46 - Rachel Nichols Makes Hateful Comments & Loses 2 Jobseekers is 43:57 - Turkey Leg Hut sets a dress code but it's not giving us Upscale Restaurant Vibes 47:29 - Lil Uzi Vert Has Been Stalking and Harassing His Ex-Girlfriend 51:26 - Meghan McCain Is Leaving The View 52:22 - Wendy Williams vs Tabitha Brown 55:34 - Bill Cosby Is A Free Man, The Streets Are Mad At Phylicia Rashad 59:04 - Olympics and The Policing of Black People 1:02:43 - Lipservice Question (Sha'Carri Richardson) 1:14:30 - Outro/Corny Jokes Our CashApp: $HEADWRAPPOD Support Our GoFundMe! Here's the link: https://gf.me/u/x73rt9​​ Visit THE BLOCK on all of their socials! www.itstheblock.com Instagram: @itstheblock_ Twitter: @itstheblock_ Please be sure to follow us on all our social media: Twitter: @headwrappod Instagram: @headwrapsandlipsticks Facebook: Headwraps And Lipsticks: The Podcast Website: www.headwrapsandlipstick.com Email: headwrapsandlipsticks@gmail.com

Higher Education Enrollment Growth Briefing
UNCC is closing the degree completion gap within financial populations

Higher Education Enrollment Growth Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 1:03


Reported by Higher Ed Dive, for the vast majority of stop-outs and drop-outs, their decision is almost always a financial one. So when UNC Charlotte shrinks the gap in 6-year graduation rate between Pell Grant recipients and not from 14.1% to 3%, it's time to take notice.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
The Story of Charlotte Streetcar 85

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2021 43:38


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian discusses the history of trolleys in Charlotte and the restoration of Streetcar 85.

Two Brothers and Their Sports

Aarav and Arsh discuss the BREAKING NEWS of Coach K announcing that he will be retiring after this upcoming season!Be sure to check them out on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/c/TwoBrothersandTheirSportsSupport the show (https://www.twobrothersandtheirsports.com)

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Special Guest Austin Kirkland

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2021 46:52


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian, is joined by special guest Austin Kirkland.  Austin is the future owner of the L.L. Polk Birthplace in Polkton.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Happy Anniversary Preserve Mecklenburg!

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2021 44:23


For the 2nd anniversary of Preserve Mecklenburg, Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian discusses all their projects.

Tying It Together with Tim Boyum
Confederate monuments: Debating history in the fight for racial equality

Tying It Together with Tim Boyum

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2021 39:19


On this week’s episode of Tying It Together With Tim Boyum, Tim talks with Dr. Karen Cox, a history professor at UNC Charlotte and author of the new book “No Common Ground: Confederate Monuments and the Ongoing Fight for Racial Equality.” Cox, who has written several books on southern history, joins us to discuss events of the past year, the ongoing fight over statues and other monuments, and the Lost Cause vision. JOIN THE CONVERSATION Do you have any thoughts or questions for Tim? Weigh in on Twitter with the hashtag #TyingItTogetherNC. Afterward, rate the podcast and leave a review to tell us what you think!

Career Bits
Episode 48 - Chelsea Glover, Alumna, Attorney and Voting Rights Advocate

Career Bits

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2021 22:23


Jay interviews Chelsea Glover, Alumna, Attorney and Voting Rights Advocate about her time at UNCC, her advice to current students, and her work to protect voting rights. Video: https://youtu.be/VsqBEqt_hkI

The Charlotte Observer Daily Flash Briefing
Charlotte Observer Daily Briefing 04/07/21

The Charlotte Observer Daily Flash Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 2:39


The top headlines from The Charlotte Observer for April 7, 2021, including the latest on vaccine related questions, a police lawsuit and a big gift to UNCC

Career Bits
Episode 47 - Using an Explorer Mindset for Success

Career Bits

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 22:55


Jay talks with Matida Sanneh, UNCC student, Ahron Pittman, CEO of PSS, about using an explorer mindset in your career development.

Summit College Podcast
WinCon Church Plant Interview: Mercy College

Summit College Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 10:08


Sarah from Mercy College tells the story of how she went from death to life while at UNCC and how the Mercy College community has loved her well through discipleship. She then details what God has been up to in her life today through her discipleship of others in her community and what God has for her next after graduation.

Career Bits
Episode 46 - How Student Leaders Give Back at UNCC

Career Bits

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 11:38


Spotlighting the work of two Peer Guides in the Belk College of Business.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Preserved African American Churches of Mecklenburg County

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2021 42:22


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian discusses the preservation of several historic African American churches in Mecklenburg County.

This Is Human
#28 Paulina Quesada

This Is Human

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021 52:38


Paulina Quesada quit her job and traveled southeast Asia for 3 months in a spiritual and life altering trip. She talks about the power of meditation, mental health, happiness, and life in Guatemala. Support the show (https://cash.app/$hlvs)

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Special Guest Andre Kearns: A Personal View of African American History

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2021 43:54


Special guest Andre Kearns joins Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian, to discuss his family's history in Mecklenburg County.

Beyond The Game Plan: Football, Family, Finances

Will Healy, the head coach at the University of North Carolina Charlotte, talks to Shaun about the importance of relationships in coaching football. He also touches upon his coaching journey prior to UNCC, what he looks for in his coaching staff, and how his experiences as a football player in college influenced his current coaching style and practices. More on Will: https://charlotte49ers.com/sports/football/roster/coaches/will-healy/944 Contact Shaun Carney & Bolt Financial Group: shaun@boltfinancialgroup.com https://www.boltfinancialgroup.com/contact 614-635-0102

At Home With Jonathan Osman
What's Next in University City with Darlene Heater

At Home With Jonathan Osman

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 34:56


Located in Northeast Charlotte, the neighborhood of University City has grown to become the second largest employment center in Charlotte from a diverse mix of employers including Atrium, AXA Equitable, Wells Fargo, Red Ventures and more.  Learn the history of the neighborhood and new developments heading to University City, including the $1 billion Centene campus from Darlene Heater from University City Partners.   View the rendering for the new Centene campus, currently under construction.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
James K. isn't the only N.C. Polk

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2021 44:32


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian gives an update on Preserve Mecklenburg's projects, including the possibility of Leonidas Polk birthplace in Anson County.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Part Two: Historic Tour of Northern Mecklenburg County

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2021 42:12


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian concludes his tour of historic properties in northern Mecklenburg County.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Historic Tour of Northern Mecklenburg County

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2021 44:51


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian begins his tour of historic properties in northern Mecklenburg County.

riseyear
Ep 51: Creating Order In Chaos--Mert Jones

riseyear

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2021 42:11


Mert has an unconventional path, but through each chapter, she gained the skills needed to land her dream job at the Light Factory. In addition to this, she has been able to find her love of teaching but educating the youth on art over the years. Quite a story if you ask me. Mert is a teaching artist, artist, and professional photographer who has been working and showing art in her native city of Charlotte for the past two decades. Mert received her Associate of Fine Arts from Central Piedmont Community College in 2005. She then studied at UNCC in the Bachelor of Fine Arts Program. She is continuing her artistic journey through grant and residency program applications. Her current art focuses on alternative photography methods, particularly with wet cyanotypes. She is experimenting with themes of self-discovery and creating order in chaos. Mert is a 2020 Community Supported Artist through the Arts and Science Council of Charlotte. Mert is a teaching artist at Arts+ and Director of Education at The Light Factory. She has an unconventional studio housed in a 1978 Apache Camper. Where to find Mert: PhotoIndex The Light Factory --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
African American History in Mecklenburg County

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2021 42:12


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian, begins his discussion of the history of the African American influence on the built environment in Mecklenburg County.

The Weekly Roundup
New UNC Charlotte chancellor discusses vision for future

The Weekly Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2020 19:06


Welcome to Business North Carolina's weekly podcast, serving up interviews with some of the Tar Heel State's most interesting people. This week's podcast features UNC Charlotte's newest chancellor, Sharon Gaber, who took over the role in July after serving as president of the University of Toledo. Gaber discusses challenges faced during the pandemic, key initiatives during her first year in Charlotte, UNCC's mission as a North Carolina urban research university and more.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Preserve Mecklenburg Year in Review

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2020 34:23


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian reviews Preserve Mecklenburg's projects of 2020.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Old Hickory of The Waxhaws

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2020 48:37


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian continues his discussion of locally-born U.S. Presidents. In this episode the topic is Andrew Jackson.

Cut To It featuring Steve Smith Sr.
UNCC Head Football Coach Will Healy

Cut To It featuring Steve Smith Sr.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2020 87:30


UNCC head football coach Will Healy cuts to it in the studio. After hearing his approaches to coaching and what he values most, there’s no doubt his team is lucky to have him. Speaking of luck, what happens when you put together 13 lottery tickets, a 3 AM gas station-run, and a guy named Herbert? Nothing good. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian continues his discussion of the Spanish influence in Mecklenburg County, including the role played by James K. Polk.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Thank the Spanish for Barbecue

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2020 42:46


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian discusses the Spanish influence in Mecklenburg County.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Meet Us at The Big Rock: Indigenous Peoples of Mecklenburg County

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2020 43:10


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian discusses the indigenous people of Mecklenburg County.

Southern Sports Central
ALL NEW SSC KICKING OFF MONDAY NIGHT AT 6PM FOR THREE SOLID HOURS ‼️

Southern Sports Central

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2020 180:00


Join the fellas tonight as they recap all the action from the weekend with the latest hot topics, headlines with recap on the games. Plus we will have another 5 ⭐️ guest ready to join us tonight.  6:30 Kevin Bilodeau with Live 5 News/CBS Sport 7:00 Reginald Walker  Jr TV and Radio analyst for UNCC and GWU  7:30 Joe L Hughes II with the Gaston Gezette and Shelby Star  8:00 Our Celebrity Guest Picker Perry Parks “Head Football Coach from Ridge View HS

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Charlotte's Lost Properties

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2020 42:09


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian discusses some of Charlotte's historic properties that were lost to the wrecking ball.

EXIT 27
#23: Marty Blackwood

EXIT 27

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2020 130:37


Marty is my older brother.  He grew up in Mt. Holly and currently lives in Matthews, NC.  He graduated from East Gaston in 1979 and went on to get his undergraduate degree from UNCC and his masters from Belmont Abbey.  Listen in as we discuss some of the memories and good times from Marty's past.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Saving Charlotte's Most Famous Garden

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2020 41:09


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian discusses the Elizabeth Lawrence Garden and how it may be threatened.

The Cedric Maxwell Podcast
From Kinston to Causeway Street: How Cedric "Cornbread" Maxwell Became the Pride of Kinston NC

The Cedric Maxwell Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2020 78:15


BOSTON -- Joined by the filmmaker, Marcus Mizelle, Max hands over the interviewing reigns and allows Marcus to interview him. Marcus Mizelle and Maxwell have a unique bond. Both are from the sleepy town of Kinston, NC.   Additionally, Mizelle is the director of the documentary short Something in the Water: A Kinston Basketball Story, about all the extraordinary basketball talent the comes from Kinston.   Cornbread, having led UNCC to an unlikely NIT championship runner up, and winning 2 #NBA championships & a Finals MVP, is arguably the greatest Kinston native.   This is the full audio version of their 2 hour conversation. The video segments can be found at https://clnsmedia.com/youtube.   Check out Marcus Mizelle's documentary review is Slam Magazine here: https://www.slamonline.com/nba/filmmaker-marcus-mizelle-on-why-kinston-nc-is-a-basketball-heaven/ You can check out all of Mizelle's work on his official website here: http://marcusmizelle.com/   VIDEO SEGMENTS: Part 1: Cedric Maxwell on How ‘Max' Became ‘Cornbread' - #Celtics Legend Finally Reveals- https://youtu.be/91umJnMY3Gs

Career Bits
Episode 32 - How to Leverage Your Alumni Connections Now

Career Bits

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2020 34:55


Jessie interviews Sallie Sistare and Anna Salas on new programs and solid strategies for connecting with UNCC alums.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
UDO is not an Under the Door Octopus

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 42:07


We're back after some time off! Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian discusses the impact of the UDO (Unified Development Ordinance) on historic preservation in Charlotte.

Career Bits
Episode 30 - Inclusivity Week at UNCC

Career Bits

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2020 13:23


A.J. Simmons details the events associated with Inclusivity Week (Oct. 26-30) and the diversity, equity & inclusion focus of the University Career Center and Employer Partners. Details of the events are here: career.uncc.edu/events Video version: https://youtu.be/FHKkGMK1Szs

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian takes you on a tour of Fourth Ward in Charlotte, NC.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Fourth Ward: A Preservation Turning Point

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2020 43:23


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian tells the story of how Fourth Ward began the historic preservation movement in Charlotte, NC.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
A Tour of Charlotte's Historic Fire Stations

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2020 43:38


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian takes you on a tour of Charlotte's historic fire stations.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
The History of Firefighting

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2020 45:21


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian begins his discussion of the history of firefighting in Charlotte.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Charlotte's Mid-Century Modern Treasures

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2020 44:47


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian takes you on a tour of some of Charlotte's Mid-Century Modern treasures.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Historic Preservation & Mid-Century Modern

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2020 44:09


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian discusses the birth of historic preservation and the Mid-Century Modern movement.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian continues his discussion of Mid-Century Modern architecture.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
The Mystery of the Charlotte Griffins

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2020 43:27


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian, starts the episode telling the story of solving the mystery of the origin of the griffins on Crescent Ave. and in Independence Park. He then begins his discussion of Mid-Century Modern architecture.

The Charlotte Podcast
Episode 212: Developing Charlotte

The Charlotte Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2020 45:32


We were joined by the delightful Ely Portillo of UNCC and Clayton Sealey of @CLTdevelopment to talk about the future of the city, if development has been affected by COVID-19 and lay down some hot takes. We also learned the history of the first Black councilman since Reconstruction, Frederick D. Alexander.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
Walk Right in Belmont to the P&N Terminal

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2020 43:39


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian. continues his discussion of the history and architecture of the Piedmont and Northern Railway that ran in The Carolinas in the 20th century.Here are links to the videos we discussed:Walk Right In Belmont · Wilmer Watts & Watts & Wilsonhttps://youtu.be/PvoteA3GRU0Moonshine Holler (Paula Bradley & Bill Dillof) perform the Wilmer Watts classichttps://youtu.be/L80SZnTdhqQHistoric Video of Belmont, NChttps://youtu.be/7IxCoNWHiQUMoving The Thrift P&N Depothttps://youtu.be/P2bj6ri08jA

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
All Aboard The Piedmont And Northern Railway

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2020 40:41


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian, discusses the history and architecture of the Piedmont and Northern Railway that ran in The Carolinas in the 20th century.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill
(Part Two) The History of Dilworth

Charlotte-Mecklenburg History with Dan Morrill

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2020 40:45


Dr. Dan L. Morrill, retired UNCC history professor and award-winning local historian, concludes his discussion of the history of the Dilworth neighborhood in Charlotte, NC.