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FESTIVAL: The Charlotte Literary Festival 

Sunday, Sept. 6

In its fourth year, The Charlotte Literary Festival -- a two-day festival that starts on Sept. 5 -- in NoDa gives the community the chance to get involved. Since it offers workshops and panels on health, politics and fianances, as well as "Going Green" and "Social Media," among other topics, folks are bound to become engaged on one thing or another. This year, motivational/spiritual author Michael Beckwith, who wrote The Secret will be speaking at the event, as well as authors Wahida Clark and Christopher Gardner. Gardner's book The Pursuit of Happyness was turned into a feature film with none other than actor Will Smith playing the part of Gardner. Now how cool is that? Whether you goal in life is to be a writer or you just have a passion for the literary world, this fest will leave you inspired. For details on workshops/panels and speaking engagements, visit Most of the festival will be held at the corner of 36th Street and Davidson Street. 704-377-8989.

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