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Arts group brings education to kids and senior citizens

Arts group brings education to kids and senior citizens

Art education has always been important to Cathay Dawkins, but it wasn’t until the economic recession when Dawkins realized he could use his passion for art to make a difference… Read more »

Local author releases memoir

Local author releases memoir

South Charlotte resident Resa Goldberg was waiting for an elevator when she received the email that Moonshine Cove Publishers wanted to publish her first book. Two more offers followed. The… Read more »

Theater group to bring Shakespearean tragedy to Mint Hill stage

Theater group to bring Shakespearean tragedy to Mint Hill stage

Production of ‘Hamlet’ to mix classic drama with modern flair MINT HILL – “To be, or not to be,” pondered by Hamlet, is perhaps the most famous question from a… Read more »

‘Annie’ lights up the stage in a home-run production

‘Annie’ lights up the stage in a home-run production

With fiery red hair and a personality to match, the title character from the Broadway musical “Annie” is one of America’s most famous orphans. The show has been produced many… Read more »

Hoshicon unites the area’s anime, manga subculture

Hoshicon unites the area’s anime, manga subculture

Hoshicon, a three-day Japanese culture and animation event held annually in Charlotte, helped Conner Bennett become who she is today. Now a 19-year-old college student, the Waxhaw native is social… Read more »

Load of laughter, fun in ‘Mamma Mia!’

Load of laughter, fun in ‘Mamma Mia!’

“Mamma Mia!” splashed into the Levine Center for the Arts’ Knight Theater with a dose of fun, spandex and platform boots. The familiar show, which features ABBA’s greatest hits, takes… Read more »

Find your Fourth fun

Find your Fourth fun

Celebrate July Fourth with various activities The season for fireworks, parades and reflecting on the formation of the United States is here once again, and Matthews-Mint Hill Weekly is offering… Read more »

Civil rights and musical nights

Civil rights and musical nights

Violinist reflects on history while preparing for annual Charlotte Symphony patriotic concert In her 28 years of playing with the Charlotte Symphony, violinist Susan Blumberg has been through a lot…. Read more »

Flying high: Aerial artist Caroline Calouche

Flying high: Aerial artist Caroline Calouche

Dancer and choreographer Caroline Calouche’s vision is not the best, thanks to a family history of astigmatism and near-sightedness. When she started dancing at 8 years old, Calouche didn’t want… Read more »

Arts Notes

Arts Notes

Photography exhibition at Mint Hill town hall MINT HILL – Mint Hill Arts will host a reception for “The Art of Photography” at the Mint Hill town hall on Saturday,… Read more »