Carolina News Notes
OOTT to complete season
CHARLOTTE ‚ÄĒ On May 31 the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center will hold a ‚ÄúLa Cage Aux Folles‚ÄĚ post-show reception at 10 p.m. as part of its Out on the Town LGBT social club activities and end-of-season celebration. Enjoy free food and drinks. Cast and crew members will be invited to participate.
It is sponsoring the event in partnership with RAIN.
George Hamilton and Christopher Sieber star in this iconic show.
Members can save $10 on the performance that evening. To join, email name, email address and snailmail address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A portion of the sale of tickets goes to support the work of RAIN. Contributions are: Balcony/$5, orchestra and grand tier/$15.
At press time, the location was still being determined.
For more information, visit blumenthalarts.org.
UPDATE: The location has now been announced. It will be held at Blue Restaurant and Bar, 206 N. College St.
BOA card swipes for equality
CHARLOTTE ‚ÄĒ Bank of America, in partnership with the Human Rights Campaign, has given Visa card holders another way to support equality. Now there‚Äôs the BankAmericard Cash Reward Visa credit card which gives owners the ability too earn cash back on every purchase.
Use of the card benefits HRC with no added expense to the card holder.
Bank of America, based in the Queen City, has consistently been a national corporate sponsor of HRC, netting a 100 percent score on HRC‚Äôs Corporate Equality Index.