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Anime Voice Actor Vic Mignogna Uses Platform to Share Significant Message

Watching Vic Mignogna address a packed ballroom of screaming anime fans, I couldn’t help but be impressed at how he connected with each of the 400 or so mostly-teenage girls in a personal and almost visceral way. Mignogna was in Charlotte …
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Internationally Acclaimed Sculptor Shares Backstory Behind Charlotte Art

Ray Kaskey may be best known for his work on the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. but few Charloteans know about his significant contributions to the Queen City. Read the back-story behind the most iconic works in Uptown Charlotte…
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No Such Thing As Too Young When It Comes To Theater

Theater for very young targets tots from six months to three years. There is plenty for the kid in all of us As I recently discovered at PlayPlay! Charlotte's answer to the European Baby Theater craze. My piece at Charlotte ViewPoint is…
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Japanese Anime/Manga Are Number One At Ichibancon

Charlotte is quietly becoming a destination city for lovers of comics, animation, superheroes, and cartoons. The Queen City is hosting an expected 1000 attendees for an anime and manga related convention on January 7-9 with Ichibancon 2011.…
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Interview With Billy Elliot Playwright Lee Hall

“The lesson in the story is so much more than just to follow your dream; it’s really to work to change the world around you.” I interview Billy Elliot writer Lee Hall and discusses Radio Theatre, the autobiographical elements of Billy…