Weezie’s Wrap Up
Cheers Charlotte 12-17-13 – This week on Cheers Charlotte Charles Willet joins us in studio to talk about the Charlotte Beer Club and The Charlotte Craft Beer Brigade. Plus we sample Belgian Dark stlye 18e on the BJCP guidelines. Beers provided by World of Beer South End this we appreciate them being part of Cheers Charlotte. Listen to this weeks episode right here. Also check out the Cheers Charlotte store for t-shirts and stickers for that craft beer fan in your family. Perfect Christmas gifts!
Weezies Wrap Up – This week on Cheers Charlotte we talk with David Stuck from The Tin Kitchen food truck.
Weezies Wrap Up – Everyone knows I love craft beer. Well I also love talking about craft beer. So Cheers Charlotte is the marriage of those two loves.
The Drive Tuesday 2-19-13 – In The Blitz at 6 we like to go a little off the beaten path with some of our topics. So today we asked you where are the best burger […]
One of our assistants, Lewis Woodard, provides a great recap of our Monday show from Catawba College in Salisbury… The Drive team broadcasted live from Salisbury, taking part in the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association […]
The Drive Friday 2-24-12- Hey guys I found this as I was looking up stuff for the Wrap Up and thought you fellow history geeks out there might want to see it. Its the oldest […]
Generally speaking, success in the NFL is measured by wins and losses. For glass-half-full Panther fans, Sunday’s loss to the Arizona Cardinals is probably the most satisfying loss they’ve ever experienced.
It’s often said that the definition of insanity is repeating the same actions and expecting different results. If that is the case, admit the Carolina Panthers to a clinic immediately.
If Charlotte was a poker game, Jimmy Clausen would have cashed out immediately. He has been dealt perhaps the worst hand an NFL quarterback could have been dealt and he’s received little to no support.
Dayne Crist Who?
It’s an exciting time of year as football season approaches. News of training camps, quarterback competitions, two-a-days, heat exhaustion, Oklahoma drills and the like are hemorrhaging from news outlets everywhere.