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Twenty five years of service

This is my 25th year as a doctor in Charlotte. A quarter of a century. Add in training and a brief stent in academics, and I’ve been practicing medicine for about 30 years. Why do we call it practicing? Despite continually trying for perfection, given the complexities of taking care of another human being it’s impossible to get everything exactly right­—and as soon as you think you do some bright person changes the rules with a new discovery or study result. I’m resolved to keep “practicing” trying to master my occupation until I retire my stethoscope—or whatever tool doctors are listening with at the time.
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By |April 12th, 2015|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds|0 Comments

Mint Hill Madness to debut ‘Madness Healthy Living’

This year’s Mint Hill Madness festival pairs new offerings with a lot of fan favorites.
The 32nd annual, family-friendly festival will be held Memorial Day weekend (May 22-24) at the Mint Hill Veterans Memorial Park, 8850 Fairview Road, in Mint Hill. 
Joining the traditional carnival rides, games, boardwalk-style food and arts and crafts vendors, this year’s festival […]

By |April 12th, 2015|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds, Mint Hill Madness|0 Comments

The Munzee Craze comes to Mint Hill

By  Andrew Stark

This May the Discover Mint Hill event will have an exploratory theme, as the town will unveil its newest attraction called Munzee, a phenomenon that is sweeping the nation and expanding exponentially across the world. And the Mint Hill unveiling is a big deal as Coach V, also known as Rob Vardeman, the founder of Munzee will be on hand to help introduce the game. […]

By |April 4th, 2015|Around Town, Arts, Featured Posts, Good deeds, History|2 Comments

Group gathers to remember John Bain

A group gathered at the gravesite in Mint Hill on the anniversary of John Bain’s death on March 26, 1897.   From left to right are Carol Timblin, Seavy Bain, Marilyn Bain, Tina Ross-Duke, Tom Duke, June Hood, Marti Wyatt, and Lynnette

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