Artist Monique Luck called on area residents to help her create a mixed media collage officially titled ""Dreams of the Past, Present and Future"" and unofficially, "Welcome Back", for the Renaissance community, a new mixed-income community on West Boulevard, former site of Boulevard homes.
John D. SimmonsThe Charlotte Observer
Artist creates mosaic at Renaissance community
Chinese Lantern Festival at Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden
Historic B-17 takes flight over Concord
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Animals from across the globe are glowingly represented with at least 800 Chinese lanterns providing a visual and audible treat to garden visitors from Wednesday through Sunday each week through October 29th.
94yr. old veteran and Charlotte native Chuck Richardson was thrilled to take a ride in an historic B-17 bomber like the one he flew in during the war in 1944 in England.
The restored flying museum is at the Concord Regional Airport through Sunday. Public flights and ground tours will be available on Saturday and Sunday, September 16-17. Flights are 10a.m. to 2p.m. every hour on the hour. Ground tours are from 2:30p.m. to 5:30p.m. Anyone seeking info can call (918)-340-0243 or visit www.libertyfoundation.org.
About 10,000 Charlotte area Muslims gathered to celebrate the Holiday of Sacrifice at The Park on Friday. The three-day holiday commemorates Abraham's obedience to God thousands of years ago and the once-in-a-lifetime pilgrimage to Mecca -- called the Haj -- that millions of present-day Muslims make every year.
Attorney General Stein is dedicated to protecting people from substance misuse and scams, fraud and corporate bad behavior. “Confronting the opioid epidemic that is tearing families apart all across our state is one of my top priorities,” said Attorney General Stein.