Tag Archives: local

Market Days

It’s a slow day at the markets today. Thought I might pen a quick post during the idle time. We start the morning at 5:30a. Many farmers we know start even earlier. It can be quite a trial getting up and out the door. Not to mention finding the energy to greet and explain your […]

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Gateway Village Market Needs Help

Written at the Gateway Market in downtown Charlotte while hanging out with the Secret Chocolatier. At Gateway Promenade there has been an ongoing Thursday market for the past few years. This year the markets coordination duties were pushed onto the communities concierge due to the original coordinators departure. The difference from the vendors perspective is […]

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Julias Coffee

If you are in the Charlotte region, or passing through ripping around I-277 think about refilling yourself at Julia’s. While we get comfortable with the things we frequent Julia’s needs your support. Heck, all independents trying right (and by trying right you figure out where their integrity is) and you support that. If you don’t […]

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