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8th annual Potters  Market Invitational gets N.C. potters fired up

8th annual Potters Market Invitational gets N.C. potters fired up

“I sent many new pots home with great new owners,” said ceramic artist Julie Wiggins, the only Charlotte potter invited to exhibit at last Saturday’s eighth annual Potters Market Invitational… Read more »

SCW Arts Notes

SCW Arts Notes

Providence Chamber Music Series opens season soon The Providence Chamber Music Series will kick off its 30th season next month in south Charlotte. The opening concert of the year will… Read more »

Creating delicious art

Creating delicious art

A great chef has an eye for great food. It’s easily recognizable in the presentation, flavor and simplicity, says Keli Fayard, renowned executive pastry chef at the Ballantyne Hotel &… Read more »

Uptown libraries closed for DNC

Uptown libraries closed for DNC

The Main Library and ImaginOn are closed Sunday, Sept. 2, to Sept. 8 for the Democratic National Convention, though regional libraries will remain open next week. The Charlotte library group’s… Read more »

Burgess honored with art dedication

Burgess honored with art dedication

Former Charlotte mayor pro tem, Susan Burgess, will be honored on Friday with the dedication of a piece of art to go near the entrance to the Charlotte Douglas International… Read more »

Auditions coming up for CPCC’s ‘Sylvia’

Auditions coming up for CPCC’s ‘Sylvia’

Central Piedmont Community College’s theater department is holding auditions soon for its performance of “Sylvia.” The department needs two men and four women for characters between the ages of 18… Read more »

Local author unveils new book

Local author unveils new book

Angel Martin, an author and resident of the Royden neighborhood off Carmel Road, is getting ready to put out her first book: “My, Aren’t We Big Today and 49 other… Read more »

Ballantyne Village welcomes back Mix at Six

Ballantyne Village welcomes back Mix at Six

The Ballantyne Village shopping center, at the corner of Johnston Road and Ballantyne Commons Parkway, is getting ready for the 13th season of Mix at Six. The outdoor concert series… Read more »

Organ concert comes to St. Peter’s

Organ concert comes to St. Peter’s

People can hear works from the 18th century from composers like Mozart and Haydn and new composers like Stephen Paulus and Margaret Sandresky on Sept. 9 at St. Peter’s Episcopal… Read more »

Program to focus on Revolutionary War hero

Program to focus on Revolutionary War hero

Travis Bowman will present a program on Revolutionary War hero Peter Francisco at the monthly meeting of the Mecklenburg Historical Association Docent Committee next week. Bowman is a sixth-generation descendant… Read more »