Wilson was on the side of the road this morning where he was telling us more about the ArtPop Street Gallery and meeting some of the local artists participating.
Wilson was at Barnes & Noble Bookstore at Carolina Place Mall where he was introducing us to Kimmery Martin who is debuting her book "The Queen of Hearts" which hits bookstores today.
Wilson was at Harris Teeter in South End this morning getting some great ideas for Valentine's Day.
Wilson was at the Gallery Restaurant at the Ballantyne Hotel where Girl Scout cookie creativity was on deck for the morning.
"Celebrity Big Brother" day #2 recap, playing tic-tac-toe on the basketball court, Best Buy decreases stock, Bermuda repeals a law, and Madge just gets older and weirder.
Wilson was at Amelie's French Bakery and Cafe at Carmel Commons this morning to check out their special Valentine's Day menu which will be offered beginning Friday.
Wilson was at the Red Cross on Park Road where members of the Red Cross as well as employees with Lowe's Home Improvement talk fire safety and the Sound the Alarm fire safety program.
Today Wilson visited the newest location of the Spay Neuter Charlotte clinic in the NoDa area of Charlotte.
Wilson was at the York Country Library where he was telling us more about the upcoming Patchwork Tales Storytelling Festival that will be held in March.
Wilson was at the Charlotte Curling Center talking with Olympic hopeful Nikia Squire about her sport of choice the Skeleton and her hopes to make it to2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Wilson took the show on the road to Concord this morning where he was visiting the newest location of Blaze Pizza on Christenbury Parkway.
Wilson was at Diamonds Direct where he was previewing the upcoming Alzheimer's Association 2nd Annual Memory Gala and getting a few tips for what to give for Valentine's Day.
Wilson was visiting The Mint Museum in Uptown this morning previewing their free admission weekend on Friday and Saturday.
Wilson was joined by his good buddy Sir Purr to help kick off registration day for this year's 17th annual 24 Hours of Booty.
Wilson always likes to stop in at Halton Arena at UNC Charlotte each year as they kick off their 49ers4Life Blood Drive.
Wilson was at Gold Hill Middle School giving us a preview of this year's Tega Cay Polar Plunge which will be held on Saturday, February 3rd.
Wilson was at the RoCo Rotisserie and Bar checking out this weekend's grand opening specials and fun.
Wilson was at the Harvey B. Gantt Center this morning previewing the activities that will be going on to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Wilson was not going to miss the World's Greatest Hobby on Tour Show at The Park Expo to check out the model trains and find out just how much fun model railroading can be.
Wilson stopped by the Charlotte Curling Association to get in the mood for the upcoming winter Olympics.
Wilson visits Idlewild Elementary School to get an update on what is going on at the school and how the community is a very important part of the school.
Wilson learns more about Project One Scholarship Fund while stopping in at Amelie's in NoDa to enjoy their new seasonal menu.
Wilson continues working on his New Year's resolution of checking out fitness centers and not exercising...today he visited the Dowd YMCA in Uptown.
Wilson was at First Wind Cycling & Fitness finding out how keeping that New Year's resolution to get fit can be fun.
Wilson's World: Learning More about Puppies for Patients at the Community Blood Center of the Carolinas
Wilson was at the Community Blood Center of the Carolinas where blood donations are always needed and their Puppies for Patients program is brings smiles to kids in hospitals.
Wilson was at Johnny Fly Co. in NoDa looking for that last minute Christmas gift.
Wilson was enjoying his morning at The Blushing Bakeshop giving Candice a hard time while she was working hard decorating cup cakes.
After driving through the Speedway Christmas lights Wilson enjoyed a bucket of mini donuts, a carriage ride, s'mores and a fun visit with a great group of kids and of course... Santa Claus.
Wilson was in Rock Hill today where he was visiting Safe Passages where victims of domestic abuse, sexual assault and child abuse can find a safe haven and caring support.
Wilson was at a large warehouse off of South Tryon Street surrounded by bedroom furnishings introducing us to Beds for Kids.
Wilson was at the Harris Teeter in Ballantyne where he was encouraging us to donate and volunteer for the Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign.
The Ballantyne Hotel Charlotte is celebrating the holidays with gingerbread houses, holiday teas and Christmas Brunch. Wilson stops by to enjoy some of their holiday spirit.
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden will be lit up with over 600,000 lights and displays to celebrate the Christmas season. Wilson was at DSBG today to get a look at what visitors can enjoy.