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Attorney Robert Forquer cut back on his traditional law practice and launched outreach programs because he ‘just wanted to take some time and learn to love all kinds of people’

Roundabout: Folks frustrated by the traffic congestion at intersection of Idlewild Road and N.C. 51 will have to wait another year for relief.

Charlotte residents may be familiar with the gold rush history of our area, but may not know the city was where the first American declaration of independence was reportedly written.

In 2004, Charlotte’s John Schwert made a career switch and started his own multimedia company, Fourth Ward Productions, which offers a full range of production services. Primarily self-taught, Schwert divides his time between producing original content and freelancing in the areas of production and location management.

Compiled by Erica Batten

Trout Fishing in America: A family folk concert by Keith Grimwood and Ezra Idlet. 3 p.m. March 15 at the Davis Theatre. $12 children; $14 adult. Details: cabarrusartscouncil.org.

More than 80 apartments for senior adults could be developed on Beatties Ford Road if a requested rezoning is approved by Charlotte City Council this spring.

Everyday Life Under Segregation: A photo installment containing excerpts of the LIFE magazine’s article series titled “The Background of Segregation.” Through March 2 at the Levine Museum of the New South. Admission: regular admission for the museum. Open regular hours. Details: 704-333-1887 or museumofthenewsouth.org.

Charlotte Quilters’ Guild annual show will be 9 a.m.-4 p.m. March 7-8 at Metrolina Tradeshow Expo, 7100 Statesville Road, Charlotte.

Tony Santoro says part of his mission with coffee roasting is to give back to his community

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