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Jul 29, 2021

Judge Shirley Fulton was the first Black woman to be a Superior Court Judge in NC. She's retired from the bench, but not the law. She talks about the SC low country, Gullah-Geechee culture, what it was like to pick cotton as a girl, her decision to attend an HBCU, then Duke Law, why some people need jail time,...

Jul 22, 2021

Kathy Izard shows compassion for people who live on the streets - and teaches kindness by example. We talk El Paso, bipolar disorder, Hopeway, a kegger where she met her husband, Moore Place, Charlotte as community, panhandling and what Jesus would really do.

Jul 15, 2021

Mary-Ann was touring clubs in Europe singing the blues. Producers kept asking, “What’s HER story?”

It was almost like, “Who IS this skinny white girl and what right does she have to sing the blues?”

She never told them what you’re about to hear.

Jul 8, 2021

Most music fans know Gina Stewart from the band DOUBTING THOMAS. We go deep in the catalogue though back to THE BLIND DATES girl band and her high school start! Gina brings her guitar and kicks us off with an autobiographical ballad of her humble beginnings. We talk Charlotte music, her diner East Side Local and the...

Jul 1, 2021

Leah Weinberg got straight A’s till law school. Then she got a B. She cried. But Leah is overcoming her perfectionist tendencies. When she found that practicing law made her kind of miserable, she quit. She started a business doing something she LOVES: planning weddings. She’s almost perfect at it. ;-)