Jacobs has trained his camera on protests and civil actions all over America. What happened in Charlottesville, he said, was altogether different.
Noted photographer Alvin C. Jacobs Jr. recalls that fateful day in Charlottesville
‘Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out Live!’ coming to Bojangles’ Coliseum
Homecoming for Cannon as one of MTV’s hottest shows heads to Charlotte
Healing Charlotte: Iyanla Vanzant to headline Gantt Symposium
The Emmy-Award winning life coach will discuss uniting the community as we approach the one-year anniversary of Keith Lamont Scott’s death.
Real Talk Radio: Wyclef Jean talks about U.S. politics, relationships and music
In this episode of Real Talk Radio, JD talks with the multi-talented Wyclef Jean about music, politics, Donald Trump and how he kept his marriage together after infidelity.
A voice in the crowd: Why one man attended the ‘call to action’ against racism
Despite personal disappointments and persistent doubts, Charlotte resident Justin Perry says he must continue to push for racial justice in America.
3 small-business owners share their stories…and advice for others
At the Queen City Entrepreneurs’ Conference, three small-business owners shared how they overcame fear, financial challenges and even self-doubt.
Cleared of domestic assault charge, William Wilson looks to move forward
The Charlotte Clothier said the seven-month ordeal, in which a female acquaintance accused him of assault and had him arrested, left him feeling publicly humiliated but wiser.
Charlotte author Monica Wood is on a mission to empower girls and boys
PR and crisis management expert Monica Wood pens a series of books for children.
5 style lessons from a former CLT homicide cop now on TV – who’s also a fashionista
For Garry McFadden, fixating on style trends and finding bargains definitely helped relieve stress in a job packed with psychological trauma.
Tickets for BPC banquet, featuring Rep. Maxine Waters, now on sale
Black Political Caucus of Charlotte-Mecklenburg’s banquet theme is “Reclaiming My Time,” a mantra recently made famous by the feisty congresswoman from California.
Former NBA star Antawn Jamison dreams of the front office
After 16 NBA seasons, the Charlotte native says he has no regrets about retiring and talked about a new set of priorities.
REAL TALK with JD: A Breakfast Brothers Morning Show Reunion
In this podcast, radio veterans Janine Davis (DJ), Fly Ty, Tone X and BJ Murphy reminisce about the days when they had the No. 1 morning show in Charlotte.
Woman linked to R. Kelly denies being held captive
One of the women whose parents told police she is being held captive by R&B singer R. Kelly refused to […]
T.J. Reddy retrospective celebrates 50 years of ‘creative resolve’
Works by the Charlotte artist, poet and activist span 50-plus years, including a stint in prison. “Nothing could stop me from being able to express myself.”
Panthers fire GM Dave Gettleman
Gettleman’s tenure was marked by a series of unpopular moves, including releasing veteran leaders.