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Print Edition 2015-08-28 – QNotes

Fall A&E Guide 2015: Community theatre rounds out fall stage schedule

‘Kinky Boots’ returns for December engagement after overwhelming demand last spring

If there’s only one thing you know’s a certainty in Charlotte, it’s that we have some great professional theatre. From community theatre associations to traveling Broadway and national tours, the Queen City’s stages are always buzzing with the best talent available.

Charlotte Pride fest hits record

Parade nets nearly 3,000 participants

Charlotte Pride Festival and Parade, held from Aug. 15-16, topped their previous records in both attendance and alcohol sales, according to a press release dispatched from the organization.

Six lessons learned from a newfound pageant queen

Dishing with Buff Faye

You never know what you don’t know. There are many things I have been called, but a “pageant queen” is typically not one of them. I guess I have never wished to conform to some of the standards — or conformity — of pageantry. Or, at least, that is the way I used to think of pageants.

It’s a set up

Spiritual Reflections

The circumstances in our life are never an accident. More than likely, the things that happen to you are part of a bigger plan to give you the life that you’ve always dreamed of. Another thing to consider is that the harder things are for you, the more God has for you to learn.

Charlotte: New religious initiative begins

Carolinas News Notes

The Do No Religious Harm campaign was launched on July 24 which asks the community and faith leaders to pledge to do no harm through the interpretation of holy text or other religious writings, organizers shared.