Carolinas News Notes
Steinberg in concert
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. — A limited-seating concert with Amy Steinberg will be held on March 8, 7 p.m., at MCC Sacred Journey, 135 Sugarloaf Rd., 2nd Floor.
Steinberg, a singer, songwriter and storyteller brings a show to audiences that is uplifting, enlightening and humorous with a bit of sass. The main thrust of her work comes from marrying the sacred and profane and fusing the dreamlike nature of spirit with the rooted realness of sexuality and humor. She plays the piano and guitar with her own swingy rhythmic bounce, injecting shades of jazz, rock, hip hop and poetry, all with a theatrical flair.
When not touring, Steinberg serves as musical director at the Spiritual Living Center of Charlotte, which meets on Sundays at the Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte, 650 E. Stonewall St. She also leads the One Love Choir there.
Only 100 seats are available for the evening’s concert, so early purchases are encouraged. Tickets are $15 and may be obtained for cash at the church or through Stella’s Place online at stellasplace.weebly.com/amy-steinberg.html.
Testing site added
ASHEVILLE, N.C. — The Western North Carolina AIDS Project (WNCAP), 554 Fairview Rd., has announced that it is now offering free, confidential HIV testing using the OraQuick Advance® Rapid HIV-1/2 Antibody Test with results available in 20 minutes.
Appointments are required and may be obtained by calling 828-252-7489.
Another center in the WNCAP family is located in Hendersonville, 210 Ehringhaus St., 800-346-3731.
Visit the website to get a full list of Western North Carolina sites that offer free HIV/STD testing, as well as other important HIV/AIDS/STD resources.
An over-the-counter version is also available at pharmacies for $40.