How will the impending merger between US Airways and American Airlines impact you? What is excess valuation and how can it protect your belongings while traveling? And what exactly is “sustainable denim” and can you make it part of your holiday shopping this season?
Tune in this weekend to hear from the experts and go inside the city of Raleigh, North Carolina, as Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from the Contemporary Art Museum, better known as CAM Raleigh.
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Mike Boyd, president and aviation expert at Boyd Group International, talks about the impact of the US Airways and American Airlines merger.
Dan Solomon, curator of “Surveying the Terrain,” the current exhibition at CAM Raleigh, talks about why he chose the space and these specific works for the exhibit.
Ernest Dollar, historian and executive director at the City of Raleigh Museum, talks about the city’s rich history including its role in the Civil War.
Joe Brancatelli, writer of Seat2B, business travel column for Portfolio.com, discusses the decrease in airline passengers and how that is expected to affect the industry.
George Hobica, founder of AirfareWatchdog.com, talks about excess baggage fees and excess valuations, and how travelers can protect themselves.
Kristie Nystedt, president and CEO of Raleigh Brewing Company, talks about the rapid growth of craft breweries in Raleigh.
Craig Heffley, owner of Wine Authorities, talks about the importance of supporting locally owned vineyards and wineries.
Victor Lytvinenko, co-founder and designer of Raleigh Denim + Workshop, explains what exactly it means to support sustainable denim and North Carolina’s long history of denim production.