Top Stories: Fidelity Investments chooses the Triangle to head up their new crypto-currency firm. As “First Man,” Niel Armstrong moon landing film, takes over the box office, the Morehead Planetarium in Chapel Hill remembers their influence on US space travel. Armstrong himself came to the Triangle and used the planetarium to train for more than 116 hours. LaunchBio’s next forum features investment professionals from 8 national non-profit disease foundations to discuss investment philosophies. That forum is a part of LaunchBio’s mission to support startups and companies in the life sciences space as an early stage incubator. The Triangle’s first Augmented Reality mural comes to downtown Raleigh, courtesy of Taylor White and supported by Google Fiber. You can view Abstract in Motion at 410 S Salisbury St, but the mural faces the 100 block of W Davie St.

This week we honor Flag Therapeutics Inc. for sitting in the Front Seat of Innovation, sponsored by Johnson Automotive Group. Flag Therapeutics recently raised 485,000 to support their glioblastoma research.

Our conversation teaser is with the winner of the Google for Entrepreneurs Exchange: Black Founders pitch event, Dr. Reginald Parker. Michael Talks to him about what his company, Optimal Solar, does and how they want to eradicate “energy poverty.”

We end our show with a talk about Kanye’s recent visit to the White House and what everyone missed amid the noise and how the music industry might be changing for the artist and consumer because of it.