Vanessa Infanzon

Freelance Writer

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UNC Charlotte professor’s podcast connects witchcraft, how we interact on social media


The intersection of mythology, pop culture and science intrigues Heather D. Freeman, professor of art and digital media at UNC Charlotte.

 PHOTO: Heather D. Freeman

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Pillars of North Carolina: Bill Williamson


William H. Williamson III, who is known as Bill Will by his friends, likes to remind people he was born when Herbert Hoover was president.

PHOTO: Courtesy of Bill Williamson

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Bold rebirth


When visual artist Frankie Zombie was hounded by a longtime friend to paint a Yamaha piano, he resisted. He’d painted on jackets, shoes and other nontraditional canvases, but he wasn’t sure how a musical instrument — especially something as large as a piano — would work. PHOTO: Vicki Taylor

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This teen has been on Charlotte stages since he was 5. Now, he’s on Broadway.


At 4, Atticus Ware was too young to participate in his sister’s tap class, but he’d stand in the doorway to watch. When he was almost 5, the dance instructor invited him in. Nine years later, Ware is tapping across the stage in his first Broadway production.

PHOTO: Alisha Raquel Photography

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Managing Children’s Behavior


When Bea Moise and her husband, Rubin, moved from Orlando to Charlotte in 2008, they discovered Rea Road as they searched for a place to live. They didn’t know exactly where they were or even how to pronounce the street’s name, but they fell in love with the Ballantyne area and set down roots. PHOTO: Jessica Gaddy @shrimpandgrisettes

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A Charlotte singer-songwriter’s company empowers and develops business-savvy artists


Charlotte-based singer-songwriter Arsena Schroeder didn’t think her career path included music until she was a freshman at Pfeiffer University. A classmate who’d heard her sing asked Schroeder to help write and record a duet on a mixed tape. PHOTO: Andrea Orr

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