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Kings Drive Art Walk develops artist and audience

Kings Drive Art Walk develops artist and audience

Charlotte resident Alfreda Johnson always considered making Charleston Sweetgrass baskets a serious family hobby. By the time Johnson retired from Wells Fargo in 2011, she was ready to get serious… Read more »

Arts and Entertainment Notes

Arts and Entertainment Notes

Ciel Gallery bringing it “Back to the Garden” Ciel Gallery will display “Back to the Garden,” a national juried exhibition, for the fourth year from April 3 to 25. The… Read more »

Home is where the ‘art’ is at Mint Hill Arts

Home is where the ‘art’ is at Mint Hill Arts

MINT HILL – When Jennie Tomlin took an interest in drawing as a child, it was in the early 1940s during World War II, when everything was in short supply…. Read more »

Arts and Entertainment Notes

Arts and Entertainment Notes

Celebrate Easter in south Charlotte Whether celebrating by engaging in church services or hopping along after little ones as they hunt for Easter eggs, there’s something for everyone to enjoy… Read more »

‘Kinky Boots’ takes sass, creativity to high-heeled heights

‘Kinky Boots’ takes sass, creativity to high-heeled heights

Harvey Fierstein and Cyndi Lauper’s “Kinky Boots” took flair and passion to a new level as part of the Blumenthal Performing Arts PNC Broadway Lights series. The show brought humor,… Read more »

Lightwire illuminates classic stories at Wingate’s Batte Center

Lightwire illuminates classic stories at Wingate’s Batte Center

The magic of live theater usually starts in the dark. In productions of New Orleans-based Lightwire Theater, the lights stay off. As the audience’s eyes acclimate to the darkness, 3D… Read more »

A&E Notes: March 13 to 19, 2015

A&E Notes: March 13 to 19, 2015

Charlotte Museum of History to host Women’s History Tea CHARLOTTE – The Charlotte Museum of History will host a Women’s History Tea on March 22, a Sunday, at 4 p.m…. Read more »

Opera Carolina’s ‘Hansel and Gretel’ is a sweet treat

Opera Carolina’s ‘Hansel and Gretel’ is a sweet treat

If you think about the original Grimm Brothers’ fairytale, “Hansel and Gretel,” it’s pretty terrifying. Children who eat too much are stranded in the forest to die, when a witch… Read more »

Joseph dreams in color at Charlotte’s theater

Joseph dreams in color at Charlotte’s theater

“Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” took Charlotte’s theater scene by fluorescent storm. The musical is a modern telling of the biblical story, found in the Book of Genesis, “Joseph… Read more »

Matchmaking and modern love

Matchmaking and modern love

If this season of love finds you single and frustrated with the dating scene, you are not alone. Whether weary (or leery) of online dating or out of prospects, some… Read more »