Showing posts from: Entertainment Entertainment The Arts After intermission Blumenthal Performing Arts CEO Tom Gabbard reveals how Charlotte’s largest arts organization is planning Broadway’s return to local stages. Entertainment People The Arts Cool chemistry Over a decade, jazz duo Noel Freidline and Maria Howell have built a unique musical partnership. Entertainment The Arts Culture picks While it’s tough to beat live entertainment, Charlotte arts groups have shown creativity during these unprecedented times. We’ve rounded up a few ways to enjoy and support the arts in Charlotte over the coming months. Entertainment The Arts Concerts in cars The Music Yard offers the thrill of live music — with the safety of social distancing. Cuisine Entertainment The Arts 50 things we love about Charlotte From everyday simple pleasures to the attributes that make this town special, here are a few of the things we love about Charlotte. Entertainment People Best. Shot. Ever. Golf notables with Charlotte ties share memories of their finest shots — and those they’ve witnessed. Entertainment Expand your playground Looking for new outdoor recreation options in Charlotte? Try these. Entertainment People Music man Vinyl shop owner Dillon Smith built a community of music lovers — and a business that puts family first. Entertainment How Harris YMCA is adapting during the shutdown The Harris YMCA is a major south Charlotte fitness hub. But its members also rely on the Y for child care, kids’ sports leagues and activities, and more. Entertainment People Tim Miner & Matt Olin: My favorite things The founders and executive directors of Charlotte is Creative tell us about the things they love in the Queen City.