April 28 Warehouse drama What: “Constellations” is a two-character drama where science and romance collide. When: 8 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays Where: Warehouse Performing Arts Center, 9216-A Westmoreland Drive, Cornelius Details: $20 for adults, $15 for students and… read more about Calendar - Week of 4/29
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DENVER – The beautiful bagel has a rich history in terms of production. Bagel bakers actually unionized back in the 1900s in order to preserve the profession and the quality. However, in the 1960s, industrialized bagel assembly began to take over and actual hand-rolled bagels became mostly a thing… read more about Get that Northern deli experience at My Brothers Bagel
CORNELIUS – Throughout the winter months of 2015, artist Ingrid Erickson sat bundled up in her hat and coat and sketched the birds of Huntersville’s Carolina Raptor Center as a basis for a new art project. Her year’s worth of research and observation of the raptors and their characteristics were… read more about Exhibit shows beauty in raptors
April 22 Crochet group What: The knit crochet group at the North Meck Senior Center lets you work on your own project or something for outreach. When: 10 a.m. Where: North Mecklenburg Senior Center, 102 Gilead Road, Huntersville Details: Bring your own needles;… read more about Calendar – Week of 4/22
MOORESVILLE – As a phoenix rises from the ashes, so did the recently renamed restaurant run by husband and wife team Khoa and Lisa Nguyen. Well, not exactly from the ashes, as the previous restaurant, Chopstix Thai, was also run by the couple and doing quite well. • Phoenix Thai and Japanese… read more about Asian restaurant reborn as Phoenix
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Health departments in Mecklenburg, Iredell and Lincoln counties inspected the following restaurants and food-service establishments Aug. 1-8. Cornelius • 131 Main, 17830 Statesville Road – 96 • Mac’s Speed Shop, 19601 Liverpool Pkwy. – 98.5 • McAlister’s Deli, 19930 W. Catawba Ave. –… read more about Health Inspections week of 8/14
August 13 EATS, BEAKS AND BREWS What: Enjoy a Seven Jars Products brewery tasting, listen to Brett Green’s music, choose favorites from Maki Taco Food Truck and learn about bird identification. When: 6-8 p.m. Where: Carolina Raptor Center, 6000 Sample Road, Huntersville Details:… read more about Calendar – Aug. 13-20
CORNELIUS – Artists were in their element when they created pieces for an upcoming show at Brick Row. Simply titled “Element,” the show, which opens Aug. 14 at the Bella Love art gallery, features both professional and hobbyist artists from throughout the Charlotte region. “Element has a… read more about Exhibit shows art 'elements'
DAVIDSON – Family-friendly Davidson restaurant Kindred has been named among America’s top 50 best new restaurants in Bon Appétit magazine and is vying to be listed in the “Hot Ten” on Aug. 18. Kindred, which offers a seasonal and distinctive menu, rose to popularity practically overnight. In a… read more about Kindred earns national praise in magazine
The Archie Trio When: 8:30-11 p.m. Aug. 14 Where: Corkscrew Wine Shoppe and Bar, 16916-D Birkdale Commons Pkwy., Huntersville Details: www.thescrewcrew.com Randall Sprinkle and Brad Bailey When: 9-11:30 p.m. Aug. 14 Where: 202 North Main, 202 N. Main St.,… read more about Music Lounge – Week of 8/14
'Sherman’s March' comes to Studio-C CORNELIUS – Studio-C Cinema will show “Sherman’s March,” a documentary by Charlotte-raised filmmaker Ross McElwee, later this month. Showings take place at 7 p.m. Aug. 21-22 and at 3 p.m. Aug. 23. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. for a complementary wine and cheese… read more about Arts briefs Aug. 13
CORNELIUS – Studio C-Cinema will feature “Sherman’s March: An Improbable Search for Love” at 7 p.m. Aug. 21-22 and 3 p.m. Aug. 23 at The Warehouse Performing Arts Center, 9216-A Westmoreland Ave. The comical documentary is a self-portrait from the 1980s of a young man, Ross McElwee, from… read more about Studio-C presents 'Sherman's March'
Cornelius Outdoor Cinema Series CORNELIUS – The town’s Parks, Arts, Recreation and Culture Department announces its August showings for the 2015 Cornelius Outdoor Cinema Series. • Aug. 15, “Get on Up: The James Brown Story,” Cornelius Town Hall Lawn • Aug. 19, “Guardians of the Galaxy,”… read more about Arts Briefs - Week of 8/6
CORNELIUS – Teenager Kat Bennett sits on a tall stool swinging her legs, looking bored as she taps away on her phone. But she lights up at the mention of a certain menu item at Jack’s Corner Tap. “My Spanish teacher said that the Philly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls changed her life,” Bennett said.… read more about Don’t miss the egg rolls at Jack’s Corner Tap
HUNTERSVILLE – As the summer comes to a close, Carolina Raptor Center’s Thursday night summer series, Eats, Beaks and Brews, will take place Aug. 6 and 13 at Charlotte’s largest nature preserve. “Eats, Beaks and Brews is an unconventional event where guests can see the Carolina Raptor Center… read more about Enjoy birds and local brews
August 7 Outdoor concert What: Enjoy live music on the green from the Charlotte-based Jon Benson Band When: 7-9 p.m. Where: The green at Birkdale Village, Huntersville Details: www.birkdalevillage.net White Nights What: An open art festival for children ages 4-10.… read more about Herald Weekly Calendar – Week of Aug. 7-13
Blue Monday What: Lizette and the boys from Blue Monday will be rocking out your favorite sounds of the 80’s When: 10:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m.Aug. 8 Where: Rusty Rudder, 20210 Henderson Road, Suite 101, Cornelius Details: www.lakenorman.therustyrudder.net Shana Blake & Rodney… read more about Music Lounge – Aug. 7-13
DAVIDSON – Residents are invited to watch the Davidson Community Players’ production, “Don’t Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell,” throughout the month of October. The comedy, directed by Vito Abate, is the biggest movie of all time that includes a producer, director and actors but no script. Set… read more about DCP presents 'Don’t Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell'
Using the 'Comment' feature, let us know what it is you like about living in the Lake Norman region. Is it the relaxing by the lake? The boats? The parks? The restaurants? We want to hear your thoughts! read more about What do you like most about Lake Norman?
Café Elie to hold art exhibition CORNELIUS – Café Elie will host The Main Street Art Exhibition featuring work by local artists. The opening reception is from 6-9 p.m. Aug. 7 at the business, 20700 N. Main St., Suite 110. Café Elie is an art studio and coffee house in downtown Cornelius… read more about Arts Briefs - Week of July 30
July 30 Eats, Beaks and Brews What: Enjoy a D9 Brewery tasting, listen to Michael Earle's music, choose your favorites from New Wrap Order food truck and learn about raptors during Raptor 101. When: 6-8 p.m. Where: Carolina Raptor Center, 6000 Sample Road, Huntersville. Details:… read more about Herald Weekly Calendar – Week of 7/30
Health departments in Mecklenburg, Iredell and Lincoln counties inspected the following restaurants and food-service establishments July 20-24. Huntersville • Burger King, 16800 Caldwell Creek Drive – 99 • Earth Fare Deli, 14021 Boren St. – 96.5 • Harris Teeter, 9759 Sam Furr Road… read more about How local restaurants fared in health inspections - Week of 7/30
CORNELIUS – Brian Fay has merged his passions for beer, wine and food to create a pub-like nirvana called The Cork and Cask. The restaurant manages to hit the perfect fusion of man-cave and trendy wine bar. While 80s movies play on the televisions and Cubs memorabilia line the walls, there are… read more about It feels like home – with more to drink
Delta Fire What: Ray Tyson, Kelly Thurston, Bill Carroll and Michael Costa perform 80s rock, classic rock, folk, pop, R&B, country, 90s, blues and funk. When: 9-11:30 p.m. July 31 Where: 202 North Main Details: www.202wines.com Brother Gravity What: Enjoy a glass of wine… read more about Music Lounge - Week of 7/30
CORNELIUS – May the force be with youth this summer as they explore the Star Wars legacy at the Cornelius Arts Center. The center at 19725 Oak St. offers a Jedi Arts camp 1:30-4:30 p.m. Aug. 10-14 for girls and boys ages 5-8 with instructor John DeKemper who has been involved in local summer… read more about Return of the Jedi Arts
DAVIDSON – Sanctuary of Davidson seeks artists, musicians and people for children’s entertainment for the Downtown Davidson Arts Festival. The event returns 5-8 p.m., Sept. 19. Participation for the festival is $25 for a 10-foot-by-12-foot space. All artists must be present at their booth… read more about Davidson gallery calls for artists
Rural Hill preps for food truck rally HUNTERSVILLE – Historic Rural Hill will host the 2015 summer Food Truck Rally 5:30-9:30 p.m. July 24. All ages are invited to attend and check out food from local food trucks at 4431 Neck Road. Trucks confirmed for the event include Comfort Food on… read more about Arts Briefs - Week of 7/24
HUNTERSVILLE – Barrel Burgers is something of an anomaly – a unique restaurant within a health-food grocery store that stands on its own with local products. “We are the only Barrel Burgers in the nation,” said marketing team leader Abby Henderson. “A completely original restaurant planned to… read more about Barrel Burgers offers fast, healthy options
By Kerri Hughes DAVIDSON – Lake Norman Publications hosted the second annual Best of the Lake celebration Thursday, July 16. The Best of the Lake is an annual contest in which Lake Norman citizens vote for their favorite local businesses, restaurants, services and locations. This year there… read more about Best of the Lake honors local organizations
July 23 • DIMENTIA CAREGIVER DISCUSSION: Adults talk with professionals about caregiving for someone with Alzheimer’s or a related dementia every fourth Thursday of the month from 5 to 6 p.m. at Carillon Assisted Living, 198 E. Waterlynn Road, Mooresville. Details: 704-660-8000 • GHOST WALK:… read more about Herald Weekly Calendar – Week of 7/24