March 28, 2023
All posts by CLTure
All posts by CLTure
Archive for CLTure
The Double Door Inn is closing and it’s the end of an era
By Sean Titone August 29, 2016 (updated) Opened in 1973, The Double Door Inn, one of the country’s oldest and...
August 29, 2016
Ashley Boyd is in the forefront of Charlotte’s budding pastry scene
By Amanda Cosenza August 26, 2016 Chef Ashley Boyd is a rare Charlotte native in the forefront of the budding...
August 26, 2016
Spreading Queen Charlotte’s good word through pimento cheese
By Beth Mack August 17, 2016 (updated) What does one do with spare time after leading a four-year social media...
August 17, 2016
Yard Art Day is a Charlotte movement
By Branna Calloway August 15, 2016 The inspiration for Yard Art Day came from a Facebook post about an art...
August 15, 2016
After all these years, The Cure still sound amazing
By Nick Bequette June 26, 2016 The Cure, close to wrapping up a North American tour celebrating 40 years of...
June 26, 2016
An interview with Holly Laessig of Lucius, on life, playing music, and saving the world
By Lindsay Kosma June 10, 2016 We caught up with Holly Laessig of Lucius prior to their upcoming show on...
June 10, 2016
The Evening Muse: Celebrating fifteen years of the perfect neighborhood sound
By Alex Cason June 5, 2016 There is definitely a speakeasy feel to The Evening Muse upon entering the doors...
June 5, 2016
New Music Premiere: Patabamba’s ‘Todo Soporto’
By Shirley Griffith April 24, 2016 Charlotte is full of untold secrets, and by no means am I talking about...
April 24, 2016
Everybody’s Got a Story to Tell: Dave Cobb and his Southern Family
By Sean Titone March 17, 2016 Outside of certain circles, Dave Cobb may not be a household name. But what if...
March 17, 2016
David Cross is making America better-ish?
By Alison Tracy February 25, 2016 David Cross is easily one of the biggest names in comedy today, but it...
February 25, 2016