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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 »

Summer Pops returning to SouthPark

Summer Pops returning to SouthPark

by Sarah Gilbert A south Charlotte tradition returns to Symphony Park this summer with the Charlotte Symphony’s Summer Pops concert series. This year’s set of five performances kick off June… Read more »

Salvation Army kids see ‘Mummies’

Salvation Army kids see ‘Mummies’

The Discovery Place played host to more than 400 members of the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Charlotte earlier this month. The children received exclusive access to… Read more »

Providence Chamber Music Series concert

Providence Chamber Music Series concert

The Providence Chamber Music Series will have its next concert Sunday, March 18, at 7 p.m. at Providence United Methodist Church. The concert will feature works by Felix Mendelssohn, Daniel… Read more »

The Business of Acting coming to Spirit Square

The Business of Acting coming to Spirit Square

Linda Ann Watt, an acting instructor and member of Corlin Productions, will hold an acting seminar next week at Spirit Square. The seminar with scene critique will provide information on… Read more »

Women Centered Art present new exhibit

Women Centered Art present new exhibit

The Women Centered Art group is getting ready for its “The other ‘b’ word” exhibit. The exhibit is curated by artist Diana Arvanites and will include paintings and installations by… Read more »

Actor’s Theatre to present ‘Clyboune Park’

Actor’s Theatre to present ‘Clyboune Park’

The Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte and Moore & Van Allen are teaming up for a production of “Clyboune Park,” the 2011 Pulitzer Prize winner for drama. The play is an… Read more »

Charlotte City Ballet readies for ‘The Enchanted Forest’

Charlotte City Ballet readies for ‘The Enchanted Forest’

The Charlotte City Ballet is gearing up for their spring performance. The group will put on “The Enchanted Forest” on April 14 at the Matthews Community Center. Find more information… Read more »

Culinary Corner for March 16

Culinary Corner for March 16

By Charles Jenkin Culinary Awards Best of the best: One of my favorite uptown restaurants is Savannah Red. It seats 28 guests and the chef creates gourmet delights that will… Read more »

Master of Macabre onstage appeals to transitioning youth

Master of Macabre onstage appeals to transitioning youth

Children’s Theatre breathes new life into Edgar Allan Poe by Dee Grano Children’s Theatre of Charlotte Artistic Director Alan Poindexter has an interesting analogy for the undying appeal of Edgar… Read more »

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