Arts & Culture
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.
Many Charlotte businesses, from hotels and banks to restaurants and wine bars, hang art on their walls. Read on for a list of the best.
From “The Breakfast Club” to “Mean Girls,” what’s the best school movie? You decide!
Whether you are an aspiring writer wanting to take a course or an author needing a retreat, Charlotte has great resources. This list comprises some of the best offerings of institutions and individuals specializing in writing.
Charlotte’s cultural scene is enriched by museums that feature collections made by remarkable individuals. From British Wedgwood pottery to pieces of the Berlin Wall, there’s something for everyone in Charlotte’s museums.
Although not generally known as a literary hotspot, Charlotte can boast a number of writers who have national and international reputations.
The vitality, excitement and energy of a live dance performance is a joy to behold. This summer, the Queen City plays host to a range of performances.
Outdoor theater on a summer evening is ideal for a family road trip or a date with a special someone. Here in Charlotte, there is an outdoor Shakespeare Festival. A day trip will take you to see long running historic dramas about Native American tradition, early settlers, the Underground Railroad and the death of folk legend Tom Dooley.