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South Charlotte author releases memoir

South Charlotte author releases memoir

South Charlotte resident Resa Goldberg was waiting for an elevator when she received the email that Moonshine Cove Publishers wanted to publish her first book. Two more offers followed. The… Read more »

Hoshicon unites the area’s anime, manga subculture

Hoshicon unites the area’s anime, manga subculture

Hoshicon, a three-day Japanese culture and animation event held annually in Charlotte, helped Conner Bennett become who she is today. Now a 19-year-old college student, the Waxhaw native is social… Read more »

Flying high: Aerial artist Caroline Calouche

Flying high: Aerial artist Caroline Calouche

Dancer and choreographer Caroline Calouche’s vision is not the best, thanks to a family history of astigmatism and near-sightedness. When she started dancing at 8 years old, Calouche didn’t want… Read more »

Follow the yellow brick road

Follow the yellow brick road

‘The Wizard of Oz’ to celebrate 20 years of community theater Audiences will travel via twister to a place somewhere over the rainbow, as Matthews Playhouse of the Performing Arts… Read more »

‘Young Voices’ travel far

‘Young Voices’ travel far

Local choir group travels to New York City, performs at Carnegie Hall Fifth-grader Sophie Young had the opportunity of a lifetime. She traveled to New York City with Young Voices… Read more »

Lucas Krenzin finds his passion in glass

Lucas Krenzin finds his passion in glass

Like many people, fused glass artist Lucas Krenzin struggled to find something to do full time that made him happy. Though he enjoyed art class in high school, Krenzin didn’t… Read more »

‘Pippin’ piques life perceptions

‘Pippin’ piques life perceptions

The Tony-award winning Broadway musical “Pippin,” directed by Diane Paulus, captivated the audience with a riveting and risqué reinvention of this 1970s original musical at the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center’s… Read more »

Arts and Entertainment Notes

Arts and Entertainment Notes

Music by the Sea to host first annual performance Beth Arentsen, professional singer and songwriter, started teaching voice lessons to Charlotte-area students, 5 to 15 years old, this year. Artensen… Read more »

Keeping it ‘reel’

Keeping it ‘reel’

Back Alley Film Series presents ‘Roar’ When Jay Morong first watched the 1981 film, “Roar,” the Back Alley Film Series (BAFS) director of programming had an unusual reaction. “Who thought… Read more »

Arts Notes

Arts Notes

Community School of the Arts builds partnership with Musical Composer Damien Sneed Community School of the Arts’ (CSA) Charlotte Children’s Choir will perform with accomplished pianist, conductor, composer and arranger… Read more »