E2D honored as ‘most innovative’ in US Digital Inclusion Awards

Davidson-based nonprofit E2D (Eliminate the Digital Divide) and the Town of Davidson have made big strides in closing the gap between our area’s technology haves and have-nots. On Thursday, Nov. 5, in Nashville, the program that gives computers and training to families in need in Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools was honored as the “most innovative” in … More E2D honored as ‘most innovative’ in US Digital Inclusion Awards

Election Wrap-up / 100 Words Film Festival | WFAE

My latest on WFAE: A split show coming up this morning, Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015, on Charlotte Talks. First, a review of last night’s election results with WFAE reporters. Then, Scott Galloway of Susie Films talks about this weekend’s 100 Words Film Festival in Charlotte with 2 filmmakers. The 2nd annual festival features short films … More Election Wrap-up / 100 Words Film Festival | WFAE

Charlotte Talks |The Horowitz Piano and Chad Lawson

Here’s another show I produced for “Charlotte Talks” on WFAE-FM, airing Monday, Sept. 28: We’ll have a special guest, a piano that belonged to the late Vladimir Horowitz. The pianist enjoyed a level of worldwide fame few classical musicians achieve, and in his later years, he took his own concert grand on tour with him … More Charlotte Talks |The Horowitz Piano and Chad Lawson

Julius Rosenwald And The Rosenwald Schools | WFAE

Here’s a program I produced for WFAE’s “Charlotte Talks” for Monday, Sept. 21, 2015. In the early part of the 20th century, educational opportunities were limited across the south for African Americans until Julius Rosenwald stepped up to fill that gap. Though he never finished school himself, he rose to become head of Sears, Roebuck & … More Julius Rosenwald And The Rosenwald Schools | WFAE