Arts & Culture
First Night Charlotte moves to Romare Bearden Park this year, with an expanded fireworks display and free admission. Here are several places to see New Year’s Eve fireworks displays in Charlotte, or within an easy drive.
Christmas is a busy time for all, but take time away from the shopping rush to make memories with your family at these festive annual events.
The location of the 2012 National Poetry Slam, Charlotte has a reputation as a hotbed of word art, with well-known poets of both the “page” and “stage” varieties competing on the national level.
Charlotte honors the men and women who serve our country in the Armed Services with an annual parade and many other events on Veterans Day weekend.
Find out about your future or reach out to the spirit world with help from Charlotte’s top clairvoyants and astrologers.
Mark your calendars for the best plays being produced this season at Charlotte’s numerous colleges and universities.
A growing number of outdoor murals make Charlotte a more colorful city. Look for works of art along North Davidson Street and Central Avenue, as well as in the Center City, Dilworth and South End.
Avid readers, students, travelers and night owls are welcome at these Charlotte spots where you can read and sip a cup of coffee in comfort.
The coming of fall brings some of Charlotte’s most popular festivals. Here’s a list including established and relatively new events to add to your autumn enjoyment.
From books about the world to clubs focusing on food and business, there are book groups for every interest. Try one or more, make new friends and expand your horizons.