Fall is already upon us and what better time than to share a great sampling of what’s available on the arts and entertainment scene.
Ballet impresario Serge Diaghilev told associates to “Épater le bourgeois” — to shock bourgeois audiences — which is one reason he could never hold a full-time job in Charlotte’s cultural community.
The gays have had a pretty good run this year. From marriage equality and more gay and gay-friendly celebs than you can shake a stick at, it’s been a mighty fine ride here lately. Music hasn’t been immune.
The LGBT Center of Raleigh, 411 Hillsborough Rd., has announced their Fifth Annual LGBT Center Gala and Awards winners.
North Carolina’s longest-running LGBT Pride festival and parade returns to Durham at the end of the month. Both events, featuring festival vendors of all varieties and the iconic 29th NC Pride Parade, are slated for Sept. 28. A variety of nightlife and other community events are scheduled across the Triangle throughout the weekend.
Organizers of the North Carolina Pride Festival and Parade, set for Durham on Sept. 28, have yet to restore their federal tax-exempt status nearly three years after realizing they were not complying with IRS non-profit requirements.