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NarroWay Theatre hosts Native American Festival

NarroWay Theatre hosts Native American Festival

The NarroWay Theatre in Fort Mill, S.C., held its Native American Festival this weekend, allowing people to learn more about American Indians. The event included cultural food, tribal dancing, hand-made… Read more »

Mint using iPads for better experience

Mint using iPads for better experience

The Mint Museum recently got six iPads to use for improving visitors’ experiences. Apparo’s Tablet Technology Collaboration, a nonprofit that provides other nonprofits with services to enhance their mission, donated… Read more »

‘Taste of Home’ seeks Mrs. Holiday in Charlotte

‘Taste of Home’ seeks Mrs. Holiday in Charlotte

“Taste of Home” magazine was in Charlotte this week looking for Mrs. Holiday. The magazine is looking for a woman who “truly embodies the spirit of the holidays, whether it… Read more »

Charlotte artists releasing coffee table book

Charlotte artists releasing coffee table book

Anne Neilson, a Charlotte-based artist, will soon release a new coffee table book featuring her Angel Series art and the stories behind the paintings. “Angels in Our Midst” is 256… Read more »

Summer Pops wraps up with a bang

Summer Pops wraps up with a bang

Around 15,000 people turned out for the Summer Pops concerts this summer at SouthPark’s Symphony Park. The events give locals a chance to hear the Charlotte Symphony in a more… Read more »

Charlotte Children’s Choir makes call for donations

Charlotte Children’s Choir makes call for donations

The Charlotte Children’s Choir needs donations to make sure all the kids who want to take part can afford to do so. The choir has space for 25 students who… Read more »

Meet Charlotte Symphony member

Meet Charlotte Symphony member

The Matthews Library will host a free educational performance and interactive program at 2 p.m. July 25, a Wednesday, with Shirley Gilpin, flautist and educator from the Charlotte Symphony. The… Read more »

Businesses can sign up to go pink

Businesses can sign up to go pink

Businesses across Charlotte can start signing up to go pink for breast cancer awareness and the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The fourth annual Queen City in Pink week is Sept…. Read more »

Local students rock with Jack Black

Local students rock with Jack Black

Students at Charlotte’s School of Rock location partnered up with Jack Black, who starred in the “School of Rock” movie, for a soundcheck at a recent concert. Black and his… Read more »

TCJr. cast works and plays hard in “Beauty and the Beast”

TCJr. cast works and plays hard in “Beauty and the Beast”

Theatre Charlotte showcases top young talent in July production  by Dee Grano “Where’s my fork?” calls choreographer Lisa Blanton, as countless kids buzz around the stage of Theatre Charlotte in… Read more »