• By Branna Calloway November 19, 2016 On Thursday night, North Carolina’s own hip hop scholar 9th Wonder, with the help of Dr. Mark Anthony Neal, Professor of African & African American Studies at Duke University were in Charlotte to talk culture, beats and about the...

  • By CLTure News November 14, 2016 Shovels & Rope, a popular folk-duo based out of Charleston, South Carolina have been teasing the announcement for a new festival called High Water Festival. We couldn’t help but notice The Avett Brothers, Deer Tick and Lucius posting content...

  •  By Sean Titone November 7, 2016 After growing up in the tiny city of Ellaville, Georgia (population: 1,857 as of 2013), it’s safe to say that the now Nashville-based singer-songwriter Brent Cobb knows a thing or two about small town Southern life. “I was writing...

  • 100 Gardens introduces Seeds on 36th  By Lindsay Kosma October 25, 2016 In our fast growing world, local farming and sustainable food production are becoming hot topics. Organic, non-GMO and all-natural are the buzzwords on everyone’s lips as the concern for healthy and honest produce...

  • By Julia Simon October 7, 2016 Henry Rollins has done it all. DJ, musician, publisher, editor, spoken word artist, television personality, documentary filmmaker, you name it, he’s tried his hand at it, usually successfully. The 55-year-old once-frontman for legendary punk band Black Flag works tirelessly...

  • By Amanda Cosenza  October 3, 2016 Austin City Limits (ACL) Music Festival, following in the fashion of many festivals, is a two-weekend music fest that features a packed lineup of popular artists along with plenty of food and cultural experiences. With a food court highlighting...

  • Live Review: Belk Theater, September 19, 2016   By Sean Titone Photos by Daniel Coston September 20, 2016 “Did you come here tonight for some shitty, bad vibrations?” Brian Wilson, age 74, asked the sold out crowd Monday night at the Belk Theater at Blumenthal Performing Arts...

  • By Matt Gilligan September 15, 2016 (updated)  Although still thought of primarily as a northern sport, hockey has made tremendous progress in the south. NHL teams, and numerous minor league hockey teams, now dot the southern landscape, and Charlotte has played an important role in...

  • Season 4 premiere of A Chef’s Life supports Lomax Incubator Farm  By Cameron Lee Last night in a charming little theater in Kannapolis, North Carolina, Scott Avett of The Avett Brothers surprised attendees at the season 4 premiere of A Chef’s Life with a new song...

  • A deeper look at the controversial documentary, Unverified By Jonathan Shuping September 7, 2016 One of the unwritten laws of being a sports fan is: Defend your team no matter what. When Cam Newton ripped down that Packers banner in BofA Stadium last season, the...