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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 »

Neighborhood readies for annual Tour of Homes

Neighborhood readies for annual Tour of Homes

South Charlotte’s Olde Providence community will host its annual Tour of Homes next month. People can tour six homes in the neighborhood to get an idea of “innovative large and… Read more »

Mint soon opening ‘Colorblind’

Mint soon opening ‘Colorblind’

The Mint Museum’s newest exhibit will pay tribute to Emily and Zach Smith, two patrons of the local arts community. “Colorblind: The Emily and Zach Smith Collection” opens Saturday, April… Read more »

Carolina Voices takes road trip

Carolina Voices takes road trip

The Charlotte group Carolina Voices will travel this weekend for a concert in Monroe. The choir’s Festival Singers will perform Sunday, April 29, at 4 p.m. at Lee Park Church,… Read more »

‘Apassionata’ moves back to December

‘Apassionata’ moves back to December

The U.S. tour of “Apassionata” won’t be coming to Charlotte until December. The European show, which features more than 40 horses and riders showing off horsemanship and stunt riding, was… Read more »

Author brings book signing to mall

Author brings book signing to mall

W.R. Byars, the author of “Marriage The Second Time Around,” will attend a book signing this weekend in Pineville. Byars will sign copies of the new book, which focuses on… Read more »

Culinary Corner for April 20

Culinary Corner for April 20

by Charles Jenkin   Spotlight on Talent Salsarita’s surges ahead: Multi-unit restaurants don’t grow exponentially on their own, like kudzu. Founded in 2000 right here in Charlotte, Salsarita’s was acquired… Read more »

Two towns, three festivals

Two towns, three festivals

Matthews, Mint Hill bustling April 21 by Kara Lopp Looking for a way to celebrate Earth Day this weekend? Consider taking a field trip to Matthews or Mint Hill. There… Read more »

Acting class coming to Spirit Square

Acting class coming to Spirit Square

Acting teacher Linda Ann Watt will host a Master Acting & Scene Study Class later this month in Uptown. The class, April 26 from 7 to 9 p.m., will feature… Read more »