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Commentary: Opening night of Democratic National Convention feels like a party

There are those who believe, or claim to, that there is no difference between the two major American political parties, but no one who wandered onto the convention floors in Cleveland at the beginning of last week or Philadelphia on Monday could have mistaken one for the other. They were different in tone and substance, in form and content, in intention and energy � not perfect mirror images, but with opposing moods and visions: dark/light, fear/hope, me/us.

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10-year-old explains why she wants to be first Jewish president

Rosie Smolowitz says she plans to run for president of the United States – in 2044. She interviewed Michelle Obama with Cam Newton for Nickelodeon show, “All In with Cam Newton.” The episode airs at 8 p.m. July 29.
Charlotte Observer
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10-year-old explains why she wants to be first Jewish president

2015: Larry Stogner on the support the community has given him 2:32

2015: Larry Stogner on the support the community has given him

2015: Larry Stogner on the difference he's made in the community 2:32

2015: Larry Stogner on the difference he's made in the community

Local 12-year-old auditions for So You Think You Can Dance 0:50

Local 12-year-old auditions for So You Think You Can Dance