Win Two Spreads from Chef Alyssa’s Kitchen

CLT tales is partnering with Chef Alyssa's Kitchen for a CLT tales giveaway through social media where the winner will win two Chef Alyssa's Spreads! Chef Alyssa's Spreads have been crafted by Chef Alyssa herself and represent the style of food she loves to create: healthy, light, fresh and all-natural. How to Enter Enter by Twitter: … Continue reading Win Two Spreads from Chef Alyssa’s Kitchen

Do You Know Your Charlotte City Council Members?

It's so important to know who is making decisions for the people of your city. There has been a lot of talk about the Charlotte City Budget and what will change after it is implemented, but who are the people that voted on your city's budget and made the decisions about what would be funded … Continue reading Do You Know Your Charlotte City Council Members?

Charlotte’s Vision Zero Initiative will Reduce Traffic-Related Fatalities

The city’s updated Transportation Action Plan, a long-range policy plan the City Council adopted in February, says the city will implement a Vision Zero initiative to combine engineering, public education, community engagement and adopt enforcement tools to reduce traffic-related fatalities and injuries. The goal of Vision Zero is to end traffic deaths and serious injuries. … Continue reading Charlotte’s Vision Zero Initiative will Reduce Traffic-Related Fatalities

Come out to Nuestras Historias at UNCC in Uptown

This Friday, June 2nd Nuestras Historias will be taking place from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the UNC Charlotte Center City auditorium. Listen to eight artists and cultural workers from the Southeast present stories about their work and communities. Each speaker will have 15 slides and 5 minutes each! This session represents diverse Latinidades, communities, creative … Continue reading Come out to Nuestras Historias at UNCC in Uptown

Meet the Woman Bettering the Lives of Local Seniors with Laughter

This Saturday May 27th, the Improv for Seniors Workshop will take place, and no one is more excited than the workshop's founder and teacher Elizabeth Byland, an extremely talented local and nationwide actor and comedian. Over a 90 minute class, Byland teaches students the fundamentals of improvisation through fun and energizing games. The purpose of the Improv … Continue reading Meet the Woman Bettering the Lives of Local Seniors with Laughter

The Cannes Film Critique for The Charlotte 48 Hour Film Project

Come out to The Knight Gallery at Spirit Square tomorrow evening for the Cannes Film Critique for The Charlotte 48 Hour Film Project (48 HFP). By joining the Cannes Film Critique you can help send one of our local Charlotte film makers to Cannes 2018! At the critique, Artists and filmmakers will gather to analyze and discuss The … Continue reading The Cannes Film Critique for The Charlotte 48 Hour Film Project

Charlotte Museum of History Hosts Ron Hankins History Talks Lecture Series

The Ron Hankins History Talks Lecture Series features a compilation of guest speakers discussing various events in our history. These lectures are both free and open to the public! This month at the Charlotte Museum of History on May 18th Colonel Tom Vossler, US Army Ret. and preeminent military historian, will discuss the Battle of Antietam, … Continue reading Charlotte Museum of History Hosts Ron Hankins History Talks Lecture Series

Celebrate South Asian Heritage Month at the Mint Museum

Wednesday, May 10, 6:30-7:30 p.m.  | UPTOWN   The month of May commemorates the contributions of South Asians to the US.  A richly-preserved custom of South Asia is presenting the dances of India. Come out to the Mint Museum Wednesday evening for a celebration of India! Several solo dance performances will be presented, along with interpretive … Continue reading Celebrate South Asian Heritage Month at the Mint Museum

Come out to the 7th Annual Kings Drive Art Walk

The Kings Drive Art Walk at Little Sugar Creek Greenway is this weekend, and there's gonna be live music, food, and art that you don’t want to miss! Kings Drive Art Walk is a fine arts event with the purpose of bringing the community together by celebrating the arts. Come out this weekend to support your local … Continue reading Come out to the 7th Annual Kings Drive Art Walk

Grab your Tickets for the Define American Film Festival May 11th-13th!

May 11th - May 13th marks the dates for the Define American Film Festival (DAFF) at the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture.  Define American is a non-profit media and culture organization that uses the power of story to transcend politics and shift the conversation about immigrants, identity, and citizenship in a … Continue reading Grab your Tickets for the Define American Film Festival May 11th-13th!