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From surreal to sublime, ‘Fairytales, Fantasy and Fear’ sparks conversation

From surreal to sublime, ‘Fairytales, Fantasy and Fear’ sparks conversation

by Dee Grano There is nothing to fear but fear itself, especially when it comes to visual art. Regardless of the medium or subject matter – good art provokes thought… Read more »

Fired-up about Firebirds

Fired-up about Firebirds

by Charles Jenkin We all desire to go to a restaurant that is busy, right? We feel a great sense of validation and confirmation when we go out to dine… Read more »

Breast-cancer advocate focuses attention on education

Breast-cancer advocate focuses attention on education

Tamela Rich, the local author who has driven across the country via motorcycle to raise money for breast-cancer research, is asking the community to come learn more about the disease… Read more »

Charlotte County Day presents ‘Dear Edwina, Jr.’

Charlotte County Day presents ‘Dear Edwina, Jr.’

Middle school students at Charlotte Country Day School will put on three performances of “Dear Edwina, Jr.” starting Thursday, May 3, at the school. The play is a children’s musical… Read more »

Ballantyne Theatre readies for ‘Eleemosynary’

Ballantyne Theatre readies for ‘Eleemosynary’

The Ballantyne Theatre will soon perform a number of showings of “Eleemosynary.” The play tells the story of three women and how their lives interact: Dorothea, the grandmother; Artemis, her… Read more »

Ciel celebrates spring at gallery crawl reception

Ciel celebrates spring at gallery crawl reception

People can come and celebrate some spring-time art Friday, May 4, at the Ciel Gallery and Mosaic Studio. The reception will include mosaic fine art from around the world, including… Read more »

First Friday features Larry Christensen at CFA

First Friday features Larry Christensen at CFA

People can meet award-winning artist Larry Christensen and view his works at a special exhibit-opening event Friday, May 4, at the Charlotte Fine Art Gallery. Christensen’s works capture a slice… Read more »

Myers Park High hosts ‘Zombie Prom’

Myers Park High hosts ‘Zombie Prom’

The students at Myers Park High school will present four performances of the musical comedy “Zombie Prom” starting Thursday night, May 3. The play follows the plot of a typical… Read more »

A political field trip through time

A political field trip through time

by Mike Parks It may not be the same as seeing the president or other political leaders this September in uptown Charlotte, but local elementary kids are getting a taste… Read more »

Music Experience coming back to Neighborhood Theatre

Music Experience coming back to Neighborhood Theatre

The annual Music Experience, which features original inspired music performed by local teens, will return to the Neighborhood Theatre this weekend. The performance is led by Playing for Others, a… Read more »

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