More Videos

The reactions of people receiving these surprise $100 bills are priceless 1:26

The reactions of people receiving these surprise $100 bills are priceless

Man who adopted niece and nephew believes in love, faith 1:52

Man who adopted niece and nephew believes in love, faith

The history of sexual harassment in America: five things to know 4:34

The history of sexual harassment in America: five things to know

Fan videos brutal fight between Clemson and Miami fans at ACC Championship 0:51

Fan videos brutal fight between Clemson and Miami fans at ACC Championship

Outback Bowl 'a great reward' for Gamecocks 1:34

Outback Bowl 'a great reward' for Gamecocks

Panthers Cam Newton on facing Packers Aaron Rodgers 0:46

Panthers Cam Newton on facing Packers Aaron Rodgers

Blue Line extension spurs development but is it walkable? 0:48

Blue Line extension spurs development but is it walkable?

New interim DA Merriweather speaking after swearing in ceremony 1:52

New interim DA Merriweather speaking after swearing in ceremony

Thousands eat and run in the Krispy Kreme Challenge 1:12

Thousands eat and run in the Krispy Kreme Challenge

Carolina Panthers Luke Kuechly glad to play a game that matters late in NFL season 1:30

Carolina Panthers Luke Kuechly glad to play a game that matters late in NFL season

  • How did Northwest get a $9 million theater? School bonds, fame and a family tie ...

    Northwest School of the Arts, which has produced such nationally known performers as Eva Noblezada, has long done its amazing work in a dilapidated building. This week it opens a new $9 million arts center that includes a 600-seat theater and an art gallery.

Northwest School of the Arts, which has produced such nationally known performers as Eva Noblezada, has long done its amazing work in a dilapidated building. This week it opens a new $9 million arts center that includes a 600-seat theater and an art gallery. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Northwest School of the Arts, which has produced such nationally known performers as Eva Noblezada, has long done its amazing work in a dilapidated building. This week it opens a new $9 million arts center that includes a 600-seat theater and an art gallery. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

How did Northwest get a $9 million theater? School bonds, fame and a family tie ...

September 27, 2017 04:39 PM

UPDATED September 27, 2017 04:45 PM

More Videos

The reactions of people receiving these surprise $100 bills are priceless 1:26

The reactions of people receiving these surprise $100 bills are priceless

Man who adopted niece and nephew believes in love, faith 1:52

Man who adopted niece and nephew believes in love, faith

The history of sexual harassment in America: five things to know 4:34

The history of sexual harassment in America: five things to know

Fan videos brutal fight between Clemson and Miami fans at ACC Championship 0:51

Fan videos brutal fight between Clemson and Miami fans at ACC Championship

Outback Bowl 'a great reward' for Gamecocks 1:34

Outback Bowl 'a great reward' for Gamecocks

Panthers Cam Newton on facing Packers Aaron Rodgers 0:46

Panthers Cam Newton on facing Packers Aaron Rodgers

Blue Line extension spurs development but is it walkable? 0:48

Blue Line extension spurs development but is it walkable?

New interim DA Merriweather speaking after swearing in ceremony 1:52

New interim DA Merriweather speaking after swearing in ceremony

Thousands eat and run in the Krispy Kreme Challenge 1:12

Thousands eat and run in the Krispy Kreme Challenge

Carolina Panthers Luke Kuechly glad to play a game that matters late in NFL season 1:30

Carolina Panthers Luke Kuechly glad to play a game that matters late in NFL season

  • The reactions of people receiving these surprise $100 bills are priceless

    Escorted by past and current CMPD officers, two families continued their anonymous distribution of $100 bills to people around Charlotte.