Showing posts from: The Arts The Arts Portrait of “Little Thunder” Sue Monk Kidd imagines the wife of Jesus. People The Arts Walls that talk Charlotte Museum of History’s Siloam School restoration is an ambitious project aimed at highlighting the region’s past — and inspiring dialogue surrounding race. Entertainment The Arts Concerts in cars The Music Yard offers the thrill of live music — with the safety of social distancing. People The Arts Part of the solution Gantt Center President and CEO David Taylor discusses initiatives surrounding equity and social justice as Charlotte and the nation chart turbulent waters. 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. The Arts July books Recent releases by local authors The Arts Showing her colors Abstract artist Felicia van Bork connects with empathy, both on and off the canvas. People The Arts Art’s vitality As the new executive director of Charlotte Art League, Jim Dukes aims to use art to improve communication. People The Arts An honest day’s storytelling Finding truth in Lee Smith’s fiction and nonfiction. The Arts Sidewalk style A graphic designer takes power-washing to new artistic heights with fun stencils and kid-fueled color palettes.