The owner of Red@28th said his business has not been negatively affected by a weekend fight that left five people with stab wounds.
Darren Vincent: Recent stabbings at Red@28th not reflective of his business
WashPost reporter Wesley Lowery to discuss police shootings and black activism
The Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and author is coming to Charlotte on Thursday, a guest of the Levine Museum of the New South, to talk about his work, his new book and the future of black activism.
ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith headlines 2017 CIAA Hall of Fame inductees
ESPN commentator and Winston-Salem State alum Stephen A. Smith and six others will be inducted Friday into the 2016-17 John B. McLendon Jr. Hall of Fame.
Meet Oliver W. Ottley III, a Qcity Newcomer
Ottley moved to Charlotte from Los Angeles, where he works in the film and entertainment industry. Moving to Charlotte felt like destiny, he says.
NCCU trustee launches $1 million endowment with $250,000 gift
The money will be used to enhance the NCCU School of Business, which recently announced plans for a new, state-of-the-art building on the Durham campus.
Cam Newton laughs about all those fashion memes (video)
Go ahead and laugh about Cam Newton’s sometimes-outrageous attire. The Panthers quarterback says he enjoys some of the online memes that have made him the butt of our jokes.
Former county manager Harry Jones dies after cancer battle that inspired many
Jones served as county manager – the first black person to hold the job in Mecklenburg – from 2000 to 2013.
At age 13, CMS student Jasmine “Jazzy” Bell is educating her palate
A student at Piedmont IB Middle, Bell aspires to become a culinary and pastry chef, and recently landed a spot on the Fox television competition MasterChef Junior.
Stephen Curry gets assist from Misty Copeland and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson
More professional athletes are speaking up to oppose comments made by Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank, who praised President Donald Trump as an “asset” to America
CMS chief Ann Clark says she’ll remain committed to Charlotte and its children
The superintendent of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools said she plans to stay in Charlotte after she steps down June 30.