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Also in this week's Tiny Rabbit Holes: The real story behind Mick Jagger's under-the-radar visit to a bar in Charlotte.
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This Newsletter Is On A Weather Delay
Yesterday at this time, I was walking around at Carolina Beach in a t-shirt and shorts, enjoying the 70 degree weather. Now, I am sitting in my living room up near Greensboro, watching the snow pile up in my front yard while looking upon the destruction that 45 mile per hour wind gusts have wrought out back.
Stay safe out there, everyone.
Mick Jagger Finally Explains Himself
Last September, Mick Jagger came to Charlotte, drank a beer in front of the Thirsty Beaver Saloon, posted a picture of it on social media, said nothing else about it, and everyone in Charlotte (and across the country, really) lost their damn minds.
I made a few phone calls, and discovered that nobody there that night even knew that the highly-recognizable frontman of The Rolling Stones was even there! Their bewilderment made for a fun story, which went viral and led to my name being read aloud on CNN.
I analyzed the pictures to figure out precisely how Jagger could slip in and out of this place without being seen, but really, I was just making my best educated guesses. A request for Jagger to DM me went unrequited. I’d never know the real story about how this all came together, it seemed.
At least, until last week.
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