Meet the 2017 Stars and learn a little bit more about this event that really does put the "fun" in fundraiser.
Summer is about having fun and that means different things to different kids. That's why Cabarrus Magazine is here with all the info on several camps happening this summer in our area!
If the arts is your thing, the Cabarrus Arts Council always has something happening, both in The Davis Theatre and in the Historic Courthouse, which houses the council's headquarters.
Racing and shopping are big attractions in Cabarrus county, but they're not the only thing! Come with us as we experience all the entertainment Cabarrus County has to offer!
The Cabarrus Arts Council announces the 12 stars who will be Dancing for the Arts in November.
By: Kim Cassell
The Historic Cabarrus County Courthouse, at 65 Union Street south in Concord, was scheduled for demolition in 1973 after the completion of the current courthouse. The site was going to
CONCORD – If you’ve never heard of Robert F. Phifer (1849-1928), it may surprise you to learn of his impact on art within the State of North Carolina. The Historic Cabarrus Association will host a din