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'Women Who Rock' at Pop Life 

On June 25, Pop Life will -- for the 3rd time in two years -- honor women who are making Charlotte a cooler place to live during our "Women Who Rock" award presentation.

The ceremony ties into this week's cover story -- which recognizes six funky chicks -- but during the live event we'll pass out plaques to more than 12 deserving Charlotte-based ladies.

The event starts at 6 p.m. (plaques will be passed out around 8 p.m.) and will also feature a special photography exhibition by local photog Moye (pictured right) and a musical salute to the sounds of Afrobeat by DJs Michael Kitchen and That Guy Smitty.

Oh and it's free, and it goes down at Loft 1523 (1523 Elizabeth Ave.).

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