As Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte moved to online programming for its dark 32nd season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Executive Director Chip Decker called on Reichley, who also serves as the vice chair of the ATC board, for guidance.
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Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, on any given night in America, more than half a million people were homeless. Since the coronavirus outbreak, those without homes face the most severe consequences, including high infection rates, and increased risk of severe complications or death.
When shelter-in-place orders due to the novel coronavirus pandemic forced people to stay home, Jennifer Wiggins went to work. By day, the 28-year-old opera singer and two-season member of the Opera Carolina chorus doubles as a pharmacy technician at Harris Teeter in Stallings just outside Charlotte.
Over 70 walls and bridges now bear the stamps of area artists. One organization trying to help transform the city through artistic growth and support is Brand the Moth.
For this Novant Health story, I interviewed a professional infection preventionist about the differences among cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing.
When Emily Liu was a freshman at East Chapel Hill High School, she wanted to do something to help the planet. So she and three peers participating in a climate leadership program applied for an NC GreenPower grant to install a solar array on campus. ...
Here, elevated camping experiences create community
A native Charlottean visits the longtime local favorite for the first time
This exhibition at the Harvey B. Gantt Center focuses on the high incarceration rate of people of color and its impacts.