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Well before the Charlotte Hornets made their NBA debut in the Queen City, an earlier Hornets’ team started playing minor league baseball here in 1901.

Undergraduate Research Conference April 25 Student Activity Center  

In April 1958, Kelly Alexander, then President of the North Carolina State Conference of NAACP Branches, invited Dr. Martin Luther King to address the citizens of Charlotte. In his initial letter to King, Alexander stated “there is still too much apathy and still much work to be done.

Arthur Smith, a Charlotte-based country music radio and television host with a national audience, died April 3, 2014. Smith's two programs, "The Arthur Smith Show" and "Carolina Calling," kept Smith on the airwaves from 1951 until his retirement in 1982. Smith's programs featured numerous musicians and a variety of public figures including Andy Griffith, Vince Gill, Glen Campbell, Roy Clark, and Johnny Cash, as well as Bob Hope and Richard Nixon.