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  • Classics in Bloom
    WDAV announces Classics in Bloom at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden
    Start your summer off with A Garden Party! Classical Public Radio 89.9 WDAV announced its musically themed garden party, Classics in Bloom, to be held on Friday, June 12 at 6pm at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden in Belmont, NC.Classics in Bloom,...
  • Halston and Warhol: Silver and Suede
    Halston and Warhol Show at Charlotte's Mint Museum Fuses Fashion and Art
    The intersecting lives and creative genius of Roy Halston Frowick and Andy Warhol, two iconic figures in the worlds of fashion and art, respectively, during the 1970s and 1980s are explored in Halston and Warhol: Silver and Suede at the Mint...
  • NC country ham, goat cheese, turnips star at Got To Be NC competition
    NC country ham, goat cheese, turnips star at Got To Be NC competition
    The first week of competition in the Charlotte phase of the annual Got To Be NC event featured six chefs creating unique dishes from a wide array of classic North Carolina food products, including country ham, goat cheese, turnips and sorghum...
  • Royal baby name announced: Charlotte Elizabeth Diana
    Royal baby name, Charlotte Elizabeth Diana: Why Diana wasn’t baby’s first name?
    Charlotte Elizabeth Diana is the new royal baby's official name as Kate and William made their announcement to the world today. So how did they come to pick these names and why are they placed in the order of Charlotte Elizabeth Diana...
  • 6/15
    the A+E Update - Moving Poets 615
    Moving Poets 615The Chop Shop399 East 35th Street Charlotte, NC 28205Phone: 704-593-6772April 23 thru 25, 2015 at 8:00 PM.April 25, 2015 at 2:00 PMMoving Poets is a cross-disciplinary, contemporary dance theater company serving as a cultural arts...
  • The Duke Mansion celebrates 100 years in Charlotte
    The Duke Mansion celebrates 100 years in Charlotte
    Built in 1915 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Duke Mansion in Charlotte, N.C., now an elegant boutique inn and meeting facility, is marking its 100th anniversary this year as both a private home and a place of...
  • Is there comedy during tax time?
    Is there comedy during tax time?
    Yes, there is! While your taxes should be paid by April 15, you could be considering an extension. In that case, take a break from laboring over receipts and visit the Tax Extension Comedy Improv Musical Variety Extravaganza starring Charlotte'...
  • CBM
    Registration opens April 1st for the US Open hosted by the Carolina BrewMasters
    The Carolina BrewMasters are proud to announce the 25th annual US Open homebrewing competition will be held on Saturday, May 16, 2015 at Olde Mecklenburg Brewery in Charlotte, NC. In addition to being an AHA and BJCP sanctioned event, the US Open...
  • Henri Matisse from The Art Books of Henri Matisse
    Charlotte’s Bechtler Museum of Modern Art showcases Henri Matisse art books
    An exhibition titled The Art Books of Henri Matisse, featuring works by the highly acclaimed 20th century French painter, is currently on display at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art in Charlotte, N.C., until Sept. 7, 2015.Drawn primarily from the...
  • Got To Be NC dining competition kicks off In Charlotte
    Got To Be NC dining competition kicks off In Charlotte
    Got To Be NC, North Carolina’s state-wide dining competition, sponsored by the NC Dept. of Agriculture and & Consumer Services, begins its second phase in Charlotte with 22 “cook-off” dinners taking place between March 22 ...
  • Charlotte, North Carolina, "Queen City"
    5 things you didn’t know about Charlotte, North Carolina
    Charlotte has long been known as the Queen City, and for good reason: It was named during the late 18th-century reign of Queen Charlotte, wife of King George III, who’s best known as the guy who lost Britain’s American colonies to an...
  • Eight Sushi completes a dining trifecta at the NC Music Factory
    Eight Sushi completes a dining trifecta at the NC Music Factory
    They’ve done it again. Charlotte restaurateur Alex Myrick and his executive chef Gene Briggs have created yet another standout restaurant, this time with an Asian theme. Already operating Blue in the Center City, and Osso and Texicali in the...
  • MSC Cruises partners with Lego
    MSC Cruises partners with LEGO Group to bring children’s favorite to high seas
    MSC Cruises is implementing a special program across its fleet where passengers can compete in LEGO themed competitions and games on a designated day during a sailing. Children who participate in the LEGO Experience Day will receive an official...
  • Charlotte's greenways
    Charlotte's greenways lead to nature, active lifestyles
    Come rain or shine, Charlotte’s greenways – linear parks established along creek and river corridors – abound with activity from residents and travelers who favor the great outdoors.Hosts of walkers, some with leashed dogs,...
  • Celebrate Mardi Gras Nawlins style at e2
    Celebrate Mardi Gras Nawlins style at e2
    The United States has a lot of cool cities, as anyone who has traveled a bit can tell you, but New Orleans is something special. The city has its own cuisine, its own music, its own special traditions. And a lot of those traditions revolve around...
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