Save Money in this Sunday's paper
Sign up to get the Around Town Newsletter »

Former Charlottean Willie Little’s show at New Gallery of Modern Art takes on racism and tough subjects, yet he remains optimistic.

The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra opened its season Friday, canvassing the 19th century from the beginnings of Romanticism – Beethoven’s “Eroica” Symphony – to one of its last vigorous gasps, Jean Sibelius’ “Finlandia.” In between came Dvorak’s lone cello concerto, running the emotional gamut from tumult to tranquility.

All 43 chairs in the exhibit at Reynolda House were designed and built in America, by 39 designers and 34 manufacturers.

Photographer Lyle Owerko’s “The Boombox Project” is on view at Chandra Johnson’s pop-up gallery at Mint Museum Uptown in Charlotte.

Actor-puppet interaction works nicely in Children’s Theatre’s shared premiere.

Piedmont Playlist: Several chances to see Carrie Marshall live. Her versatile style includes blues, country and jazz-pop standards.

Charlotte Symphony’s first season with a surplus in more than a decade is a welcome step toward stability. The concert season starts Friday with Beethoven’s “Eroica.”

A website created by the Lincoln Arts Council is aiming to catalog pieces of public art throughout the city.

An exhibition of more than 50 works by artist Joan Miro (hwahn meer OH') is opening at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University.

The Mint Museum’s three-year acquisition drive is underway.

Next Page »
Your 2 Cents
Share your opinion with our Partners
Learn More
Quick Job Search