Arts & Culture
Whether they appeal to young readers, literary treasure hunters, or comic book collectors, these independent Charlotte bookstores have found the right formula to maintain enthusiasm for their offerings.
Summer is a great time to check out some of Charlotte’s best museums and catch their hot summer exhibits.
May Day falls on May 1. It is recognized around the world as International Workers’ Day. It is also symbolic of the spring season with wonderful warmer weather and gardens in full bloom. Celebrate any and all the meanings of May Day with these events.
Poetry slams and open mics all over Charlotte celebrate the spoken word. See the best talent the city has to offer or join in with your own poetic creations.
Whether you prefer walking through street festival or enjoy going to the theater with plush seating, here are some great activities to chase away every vestige of the winter blues.
March is Women’s History Month and Charlotte celebrates with a variety of events honoring and showcasing the achievements of women.
Happy Presidents Day! Here are a few ways to commemorate the holiday by doing more than visiting the shopping mall.
Charlotte’s long and distinguished history of African American accomplishments is celebrated every February during Black History Month. Special concerts and exhibits showcase black culture, and the CIAA Tournament, pitting the teams of historically black colleges and universities in a basketball shootout, brings the month to dramatic finale.
Knitting is hot in Charlotte, especially during the cold winter months. Check out the city’s best spots and events for knitters.
This year’s Presidential Inauguration Jan. 21 coincides with the city’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations. Some citizens will be heading to Washington to attend the inauguration. Others will remain in Charlotte, celebrating President Barack Obama’s second term in office with a day of service, tolerance or observance. No matter how you voted, this historic day promises to be one to celebrate.