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CPCC to host ‘Dances of India’

CPCC to host ‘Dances of India’

The community-outreach initiative “Dances of India” is coming to Central Piedmont Community College next month. Dr. Maha Gingrich, an internationally acclaimed performer and choreographer who works as the assistant to… Read more »

Charlotte Symphony announces KnightSounds lineup

Charlotte Symphony announces KnightSounds lineup

The Charlotte Symphony recently announced the four concerts that will make up the 2012-13 KnightSounds season. The season opens Sept. 28 with “The Power of the Song,” a performance that… Read more »

Construction started on Romare Bearden Park

Construction started on Romare Bearden Park

J.D. Goodrum Company, based in Cornelius, announced last week it had broken ground on Charlotte’s Romare Bearden Park. The park will be located on 5 acres at 300 Church St…. Read more »

‘Floyd Collins’ holding regional premier at CAST

‘Floyd Collins’ holding regional premier at CAST

The acclaimed musical “Floyd Collins” is coming to the Carolina Actors Studio Theatre in April. The musical is based on a true story of the unsuccessful rescue of explorer Floyd… Read more »

“Color My Dreams” empowers Goodwill trainees through art

“Color My Dreams” empowers Goodwill trainees through art

by Dee Grano Britany Crosby is already a professional artist at 23, having sold her first pieces at Charlotte Art League’s “Color My Dreams.” The new exhibit features participants in… Read more »

Charlotte Symphony announces Pops season

Charlotte Symphony announces Pops season

Two weeks after announcing this year’s Summer Pops season in SouthPark, the Charlotte Symphony announced its 2012-13 Pops schedule. Made up of “swinging rhythms, the progression of American rock ‘n… Read more »

Reception nears for ‘Spots of Light’

Reception nears for ‘Spots of Light’

The “Spots of Light: To Be a Woman in the Holocaust” exhibit opens Thursday night, March 22, at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. The exhibit is a video… Read more »

CATS gets help from Mint Museum on light-rail art

CATS gets help from Mint Museum on light-rail art

Riders of the light rail along South Boulevard can thank the Mint Museum for the new sculpture at the facility in south Charlotte. The “Gandy Dancer,” a glass, bronze and… Read more »

Discovery Place tops in Charlotte region

Discovery Place tops in Charlotte region

Discovery Place was named the most visited museum and historic attraction in the Charlotte region, according to an annual survey from Carolina Publishing Associates. Discovery Place, which includes the new… Read more »

Charlotte Fine Art readies for ‘Eco-Art’

Charlotte Fine Art readies for ‘Eco-Art’

The Charlotte Fine Art Gallery is getting ready to celebrate Earth Day with a month-long exhibit. “Eco-Art” features four North Carolina artists: sculptors Dean Johns and Jamie Keller, mixed media… Read more »

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