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Starving Artist Production’s “The Birth” straddles faith, art at Christmas

Starving Artist Production’s “The Birth” straddles faith, art at Christmas

“It is not objective proof of God’s existence that we want, but, whether we use religious language for it or not, the experience of God’s presence,” wrote author Frederick Buechner… Read more »

South Charlotte Weekly Arts Beat Dec. 14

South Charlotte Weekly Arts Beat Dec. 14

Folk society’s potluck to be held Saturday The Charlotte Folk Society is inviting the community out to a potluck dinner and jam session this weekend. The event is Saturday, Dec…. Read more »

Puppy power returns to children’s hospital

Puppy power returns to children’s hospital

A wagon full of puppies returned to the Levine Children’s Hospital again last week, as members of the Community Blood Center of the Carolinas and local media united kids in… Read more »

South Charlotte Weekly Arts Beat Dec. 7

South Charlotte Weekly Arts Beat Dec. 7

‘Red’ opens Friday at Ciel Gallery “Red,” an exhibition of “celebrations and lifeblood in mosaic and mixed media,” opens Friday, Dec. 7, at Ciel Gallery. The exhibit features art that… Read more »

Local author’s alter ego looks a bit like Indiana Jones

Local author’s alter ego looks a bit like Indiana Jones

When Captain Courage burst through the door of Mrs. Berrycastle’s third-grade class in “Captain Courage and the Fear-Squishing Shoes,” he was on a mission. So too is south Charlotte author… Read more »

South Charlotte Weekly Arts Beat Nov. 30

South Charlotte Weekly Arts Beat Nov. 30

Special performance for area nonprofits Carolina Voices will give a sneak peek performance of their annual “The Singing Christmas Tree” show to a number of area nonprofits. The choir group… Read more »

Sired in stone, Part Two:  Paul Sires an Artist in Transition

Sired in stone, Part Two: Paul Sires an Artist in Transition

Some people move to Charlotte for the weather, others for opportunity.  Renowned sculptor and stone artist, Paul Sires, moved for health insurance. “Right out of grad school I started having… Read more »

‘The Commedia Pinocchio’ honors slapstick roots

‘The Commedia Pinocchio’ honors slapstick roots

To no surprise, 7-year-old Brent and 9-year-old Samantha listed the “growing nose” as their favorite part of “The Commedia Pinocchio,” production by the Tarradiddle Players. It’s currently running at Children’s… Read more »

CAST to perform free show for veterans

CAST to perform free show for veterans

The Carolina Actors Studio Theatre in Charlotte will open its doors to veterans and their families on Veterans Day for a special, free performance of their show, “Bengal Tiger at… Read more »

Performances, Geek Fest at CPCC

Performances, Geek Fest at CPCC

There are a number of shows and events at Central Piedmont Community College over the next few weeks. There’s still time to see the college’s production of “Sylvia.” The play,… Read more »

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