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Comment Archives: stories: Arts

Re: “Jeff Jackson's New Book Kills Rock Stars

Ma man!

Posted by Sam Wazan on 01/03/2019 at 11:37 AM

Re: “VisArt Video Focuses on the Future

Wow, there are so many lies in this article, I dont know where to begin. First of all, I bought Visart Video in 2011, not Mickey. Mickey gave me a loan to purchase it, and the contract gave me 90% ownership of the store. I ran Visart for a total of 13 years, 6 of those as owner, until Mickey stole the store out from under me by changing the locks and threatening me, stealing my personal possessions, and spreading horrible lies about me. (I am still pursuing legal action, BTW) Also, I was the one who came up with and designed the screening room, and my friends Zack and John are the ones who built and painted it.. I was the one who traveled to Seattle to Scarecrow video (I even have pictures) and gave Mickey the idea of making it a non-profit. I was the one who asked Back Alley Film Series to be a part of MY screening room. I did all of these things, not Mickey or Gina Stewart. Shame on you for not contacting me to get the real story, Pat.

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Posted by GinaCerniglia on 12/12/2018 at 3:44 PM

Re: “Asheville poets Nickole Brown and Jessica Jacobs document their upbringings and marriage through verse

I just heard both Nicole and Jessica read, tonight. I am a 44 year old non-traditional student here at UNCW, and I have to say, I was really impressed by how truly funny, genuine, and poignant both of these authors are. I was completely inspired. I wrote a ton, tonight. I haven't done that in weeks! -Bo Miller, USMC(ret.)

Posted by Bo Miller on 10/26/2018 at 2:01 AM

Re: “New Documentary Will Showcase Untold Story of Melungeon People

I am a direct descendant of David DENHAM who lived on Mulberry Creek in Hancock County. He supposedly married a Collins. Even at 75 I still get comments about my dark completion. Glad to see some new work being done on Melungeons

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Posted by Billy Denham on 08/13/2018 at 8:22 PM

Re: “New Documentary Will Showcase Untold Story of Melungeon People

Would love to see this documentary, I am a descendant of the Gibson, Collins families.

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Posted by Linda Murray on 08/02/2018 at 12:33 AM

Re: “Actor's Theatre Takes on Lizzie Borden in New Rock Musical

Saw both preview shows last week and the talent and the show, were fantastic!! Don't miss this intriguing, rockin' show!!

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Posted by Ann Petit Nichols on 08/01/2018 at 8:49 PM

Re: “New Documentary Will Showcase Untold Story of Melungeon People

We have not come across those names, but then again we have only been looking at mainly the Gibson line. But thats interesting because our Great Great Grandfather was born in Southeastern Kentucky too!

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Posted by handolina on 07/23/2018 at 8:02 PM

Re: “New Documentary Will Showcase Untold Story of Melungeon People

my family is fugett from virginia and i believe Tennessee. they moved to rockcastle county ky. (brohead, mt vernoa, london ky) have you come across any lawrence, fugett, and allen)

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Posted by judyt1958 on 07/21/2018 at 11:29 AM

Re: “New Documentary Will Showcase Untold Story of Melungeon People

Glad to see we are not forgotten. My grandmother was Nina Gibson Fugate born on Newmans Ridge in the early 1900s

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Posted by Lisa Fugate Bond on 07/20/2018 at 10:54 AM

Re: “Charlotte Artist and Patron Davita Galloway Says 'Yes' to the Best

That is what up......I love this

Posted by Sultan Omar ElAmin on 07/08/2018 at 9:33 AM

Re: “Charlotte Artist and Patron Davita Galloway Says 'Yes' to the Best

Proud to know you, lady. You have championed the creative culture in CLT for EVERYONE for years. You don't need anyone's approval. You validate you ... and our city is the better for it. Keep kicking ant hills. You will change CLT forever.

Posted by Tim Miner on 07/06/2018 at 9:05 PM

Re: “Charlotte Artist and Patron Davita Galloway Says 'Yes' to the Best

Gratitude Davita - Dupp&Swat- for laying a foundation here in the city! Loved how you stated bringing black and brown siblings to the table with you. Some folx can forget and move on, but its a blessing to see POC create their own spaces.

Posted by Duang Athid Lao on 07/06/2018 at 7:27 PM

Re: “Charlotte Artist and Patron Davita Galloway Says 'Yes' to the Best

thank you for sharing my story!! i am grateful!!! for real, for real....

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Posted by Davita Galloway on 07/06/2018 at 4:45 PM

Re: “Charlotte Artist and Patron Davita Galloway Says 'Yes' to the Best

Great story. I have seen you out and about, and never knew your story. I love it! Continued success and blessings coming your way!

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Posted by Therealbrazilhair on 07/06/2018 at 8:02 AM

Re: “Bach in a Hard Place

Thank you for setting us straight and urging us to clarify this, Mr. Taylor. Of course it was not blatant disrespect of Ms. Romey. We have expanded on her credentials in the above story, and writer Perry Tannenbaum replies below:

"No disrespect was intended, either by me, or by Scott Allen Jarrett, who was my source. To be fair to Jarrett, however, I should say that he said more in Kathy Romey's favor than I relayed. Here's how the paragraph reads in my transcript: 'So Ive been engaged to teach two cantatas [at Oregon Bach Festival] just like Helmut did, cantatas 77 and 105. Also, we have engaged a man named Adam Romey as our managing director, and you might recognize that name, because his mother is Kathy Romey, who has been Helmut's longtime assistant and the chorus master at the Oregon Festival. It was her dad who founded the Oregon Festival with Helmut.'

"What I wrote was from the standpoint of underscoring the rock-star staff Charlotte Bach has assembled and Adam Romey's family connections with Helmuth Rilling, founder and leader of multiple prestigious Bach festivals here and abroad. So I would only dispute the objection that Romey was not Rilling's assistant, because I view Jarrett as a reliable source. Another pertinent quote from Jarrett, 'I was the assistant conductor and director of choruses for Charlotte Symphony from 2004 to 2015,' further clarifies his viewpoint. When you are the choirmaster, and a symphony or festival presents an oratorio or a cantata, the symphony conductor conducts both ensembles onstage, and the choirmaster — who likely prepared the choir in rehearsals —comes forward after the performance to share in taking the bows. He or she has been the conductor's assistant in my view and, apparently, in Jarrett's. I did verify that Kathy Romey is currently the choirmaster at Oregon Bach Festival and that, indeed, Adam Romey's grandfather, Royce Saltzman, co-founded the Festival with Rilling."

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Posted by Mark Kemp (CL editor) on 06/12/2018 at 10:49 AM

Re: “Bach in a Hard Place

Kathy Romey was not maestro Rillings assistant; she was often the chorusmaster, assistant director, and rehearsal conductor for his large international projects. Ms Romey is generally considered one of the best conductors and interpreters of Bachs work. She also heads a competitive choral conducting program at University of Minnesota.

I hope this was just a careless mistake and not a blatant disrespect of one of the few outstanding females indirectly mentioned in the article.

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Posted by James Taylor on 06/07/2018 at 8:56 PM

Re: “Charlotte's Ace Comic Takes on a Touchy-Feely Challenge in 'Every Brilliant Thing'

Our apologies, theaterlover. That info should be at the bottom of the story now. Thanks for letting us know.

Posted by Mark Kemp (CL editor) on 05/09/2018 at 12:51 PM

Re: “Charlotte's Ace Comic Takes on a Touchy-Feely Challenge in 'Every Brilliant Thing'

Why isn't there info about when this is playing, or a link to buy tickets?

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Posted by theaterlover on 05/09/2018 at 11:37 AM

Re: “The Mural Express

Thanks for including my mosaic mural, "Effervescence". It continues to be the largest work I have created.

Posted by Jeannette Brossart on 04/20/2018 at 6:32 PM

Re: “'A Time to Kill' Asks Uncomfortable Questions About Gun Violence and Race

You leave no questions to ask but what would you do and no one really knows.

Posted by Tome Bowers on 03/21/2018 at 2:22 PM

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