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CL's Fall Arts Preview 

Charlotte's guide to Theater, Music, Art and Dance

CL’s annual Fall Arts Preview gives you the lowdown on the plethora of performing and visual arts heading to Charlotte from now till the end of the year. There’s more than enough to keep you entertained, amused and enlightened.


A Bumper Crop of Boffo

by perry tannenbaum
There was plenty of ballyhoo for 2002-03 when the fall arts season opened. Big anniversaries for Theatre Charlotte and the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center. Notable premieres from Opera Carolina and the North Carolina Dance Theatre. New regimes...


Oasis of the Beaux

Visual art offerings not to miss
by scott lucas
The kids are back at school, the beach is a memory and soon it will again be fall in the "Sahara of the Bozart." Acid-tongued culture czar H.L. Mencken wasn't referring specifically to Charlotte when he equated...


Fall Arts Listings

by samir shukla and nina hansen

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  • On Saturday, Oct. 21, hundreds gathered at Camp North End on Statesville Avenue for Charlotte's first black alternative music festival. We captured some of the bands in action on stage, but mostly we surveyed the grounds as fans, families, vendors and more lounged around the sprawling, colorful Camp North End site. It was a great day of music, food, fun, and sweet, autumn sunshine. (Photos by Mark Kemp)
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