PhotographyThey say a picture is worth 1,000 words. That’s good because we’re quickly running out of words over here. Charlotte is teeming with amazing photographers of every style and career level, and The Biscuit is proud to feature their work. So get-to-clickin' and get yourself an eyeful of all the art, creativity, stories and events happening throughout Crown Town every day – courtesy of our city’s most seasoned shutterbugs.
PHOTO CREDIT: Alvin C. Jacobs “Yes there are people playing basketball, and going for walks etc. … but. most folks are in the worst financial positions of their adult lives.” – Alvin C. Jacobs, Jr. The Biscuit and The Charlotte Ledger have partnere… read more »
PHOTO: Ernest Moren The Biscuit and The Charlotte Ledger have partnered up to present our new photo series, “Visions of the Not Normal” — offering views of neighborhoods and communities across the city through the eyes (and lenses) of local photogra… read more »
The Biscuit and The Charlotte Ledger have partnered up to present our new photo series, “Visions of the Not Normal” — offering views of neighborhoods and communities across the city through the eyes (and lenses) of local photographers during the COV… read more »
Being contained isn’t good for creatives. They have to get out, see the world and share their interpretation of what they see. In times like these, which are — with no hyperbole — historic, this creative impulse helps all of us process the gravity… read more »
We try to be pretty cheery around here at The Biscuit and Charlotte Is Creative. Difficult things happen, we’re not blind to them. But we choose to look for positive, creative stories around the Queen City … because they are everywhere. Like you, r… read more »
PHOTO CREDIT: Will Jenkins These are truly extraordinary times that will have an indelible impact on the future direction of Charlotte and the world. It is important to capture the images of what all corners of the Queen City are experiencing during… read more »
PHOTO CREDIT: Heather Liebler Putting the impact of COVID-19 on the world, let alone the people and neighborhoods of our own community, is nearly impossible. While they can’t tell the whole story, photographs and pictures help. To that end, we’ve par… read more »
The Biscuit’s co-publisher, Matt Olin, saw his first Broadway show at age seven: Peter Pan, starring Sandy Duncan. From the moment Peter flew over his head in the front row, he was hooked on theater forevermore. So you can imagine how nostalgic he wa… read more »
NY transplant and CLT creative, Sara Schwittek — AKA Shy Siren — is known for the gorgeous custom jewelry she makes (and for truly being really, really shy). But, we love her photography, too. We were thrilled when she gave us permission to share… read more »
People get tattoo ink to tell stories. Some of these stories we keep to ourselves. Others we tell whenever someone implores the common “who does your work?” Today, we explore the tattoos of Charlottean, Sir Abstraxxx. Abstraxxx is willing to tell the… read more »
Each month, The Biscuit will feature Viewfinder, a gallery of selected photographs from some of our favorite Charlotte photographers. Today we feature some choice shots from creative renaissance man, Dave Butler – in particular, his work capturing im… read more »
The Charlotte community is brimming with creativity at every corner. But, it’s impossible to experience it all. When you can’t be there in person, the fun and excitement are often lost in the telling. Here at The Biscuit, we’re not into describing ev… read more »
Throwback Thursday – That time two Charlotte luminaries — Anthony Hamilton and Deborah Triplett – hugged in Romare Bearden Park. Go on, try not to smile.
WHERE ARE WE IN CLT? DJ Fannie Mae christened the new James Moore mural at Camp North End with a surprise show during End-To-End.
Get another helping of The Biscuit tomorrow! We’ll be digging in with the indomitable Davita Galloway about her “new new” Dupp & Swat space at Camp North End. Photo by Joshua Galloway, the Creative Gent.
In an era when Democrats and Republicans can barely agree that water is wet and the sky is blue, it’s refreshing to experience the friendship between city council members and hosts of the R & D in the QC podcast (https://www.facebook.com/RandDint… read more »
Happy May 20! The “Spirit of Mecklenburg” equestrian statue by Chas Fagan honors Captain James Jack and his ride at the corner of 4th Street and Kings Drive. See Chas speak about his sculpting career at CreativeMornings/Charlotte here.
Lights dancing on the Government Center, Charlotte SHOUT! unleashed the Queen City’s sense of wonder, creativity and a little bit of silliness. In our opinion, that’s just what the doctor ordered. CLICK HERE to experience the sights and sounds of SHO… read more »
Yesterday, The Biscuit Lounge cubes were being stacked at W. 4th and S. Tryon Sts. Woohoo! We’ll be ready to rock with DJs spinning starting at 5 pm today through Saturday night. Come by to rock out and plan your exploration of Charlotte SHOUT!
We know you like capturing Charlotte creativity. We know you love prizes. So, we’ve put them together. Drop by The Biscuit Lounge at Charlotte SHOUT! & pick up a Creative Viewfinder. Take photos of your adventures at SHOUT! through the viewfinder… read more »
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