TI's Japanese facilities recovering on schedule
Mar 30 2011, 12:05pm CDT
Source: Charlotte Business Journal
Belk Inc. will open its newly built home-goods store at 604 Green Valley Road in Greensboro on July 25, the Charlotte-based retailer announced Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the chain's newly renovated flagship location within the Friendly Center will open Oct. 15.
Construction of the 29,000-square-foot home store and renovation of the 140,000-square-foot main store to flagship status cost Belk $9.2 million, the retailer said.
The renovation allows for expanded product and brand l ...
Full article at: Charlotte Business Journal
19 hours ago, 6:53am CDT
Source: Metal Hammer
Things behind the scenes of a Black Spiders gig aren't all beer and Jack Daniel's – it turns out the band just love a warm cup ...
Full article at: Metal Hammer
4 days ago, 10:45am CDT
Source: WSB Radio
Curators at the Star-Spangled Banner Flag House Museum asked artists in the community what the American flag meant ...
Full article at: WSB Radio
6 days ago, 12:12am CDT
Source: Daily Mail
A quarter of the U.S. population, 77million Americans, lived in poverty areas in 2010 - a shocking 56percent jump from the 20 ...
Full article at: Daily Mail
6 days ago, 1:13pm CDT
Source: Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area
Chances are, you were in one of these cities in June.
That’s according to trip data collected by AAA Carolinas, which compiled data for domestic destinations – and the locales might surprise you. The data is based on TripTik requests during the month of June at AAA Carolinas.
The most popular travel destination for North Carolinians in June was just three hours away.
Want to know where it is? To help you plan your holiday weekend, we’ve collected the 10 most popular dome ...
Full article at: Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area
6 days ago, 6:15am CDT
Source: The Washingtonian
The annual event—billed as “America’s largest free arts festival”—features work for sale by more than 150 artists and craftspeople; live music by Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, Ozomatli, and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, among others; aerial arts and dance performances; and more ...
Full article at: The Washingtonian
Jun 25 2014, 12:05pm CDT