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Jackie & Me - A Long Fly Ball Into the Gap

I don’t recall experiencing live theater before my 13th birthday, though certainly I must have. Whatever I saw as a youngster growing up in Minneapolis wasn’t performed on as grand a stage as what Charlotte-area youth find at Children’s…
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THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER - More than a feeling

Singer Tommy DeCarlo’s largest audience before 2007 was about 40 people at a bowling alley, where his backup music was provided by a karaoke machine. He’ll be met by a much larger crowd when he takes the stage Tuesday evening at the…
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Q CITY METRO - Building Blocks

In late January of this year world renowned architect Mario Botta returned to Charlotte to help launch the only U.S. appearance of a very special exhibition at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art. Mario Botta: Architecture and Memory is an…
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SOUTHPARK MAGAZINE - City by the bay features lots to see

Three super exhibitions are on full display this winter in San Francisco - a scant 5 hour plane ride from Charlotte. Check out this preview in SouthPark Magazine.
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Book Review - Mira Corpara

Jeff Jackson's Mira Corpora is oddly poetic and one strange yet delightful brew of head-scratching literature. Read my review in the Collagist here.