PBS Airdate: November 9, 2004 Go to the companion Web site NARRATOR: Stone Age America, 13,000 years ago: A virgin land, a world great beasts have ruled for millions of years, and for early human settlers it is an age in which stone weapons can be the difference between life and death. It is the greatest technological breakthrough of the Stone Age and long thought to be the oldest human artifact unearthed in the Americas.For years, these Stone Age weapons of mass destruction were thought to represent a culture of prehistoric big game hunters who came over a land bridge from Asia to become the first Americans."It is not difficult to imagine how a single tragic incident set off the city of Ferguson like a powder keg,” Mr Holder said as he blasted the "highly toxic environment, defined by mistrust and resentment, stoked by years of bad feelings and spurred by illegal and misguided practices”.
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Nas See God’s Son in concert with special guests Talib Kweli and Jay Electronica. Enjoy a great view of the city while listening to music by local DJs, sometimes accompanied by live instruments.
Pop Life (weekly event)This is the city’s most popular Wednesday networking event.
Last year’s show wasn’t a sellout, which is a shame for a venue that only held 1,000 people. From spring to fall you’ll find Charlotte’s professionals coming to this outdoor after-work party each Thursday.
704-377-6874, Nas put on a good show last year at the Neighborhood Theatre and he did it without the great guests of this show. Alive After Five (weekly event)This Charlotte staple is in its eighth year.