Meet Seivelle Boayue, Qcitymetro’s new beauty columnist

My goal is to connect with Charlotte-area readers and industry professionals on topics related to style, health and beauty.

Jay-Z announces 4:44 Tour will stop in Charlotte

The rap mogul will perform in the Qcity on November 16 to promote his latest studio album.

Mecklenburg’s interim health director says she wants to be inclusive, forward looking

Harris, 65, was hired under a six-month contract after the forced resignation of Dr. Marcus Plescia, the county’s outgoing health director.

NCCU professor will trek 10,000 miles for mental health awareness

Robert Horne, who teaches in the NCCU School of Education, left Thursday on a motorcycle ride that will see him practically circle the United States.

Johnson Akinleye named 12th chancellor of North Carolina Central

Akinleye had been leading the Durham campus on an interim basis since November 2016, following the death of former Chancellor Debra Saunders-White.

Dwight Howard looks forward to upcoming season with Hornets 

Dwight Howard knows his NBA image has become tarnished. He knows that, at age 31, some people consider him to […]

Russell Simmons reflects on success and entrepreneurship

The co-founder of Def Jam sat down with Reuters to talk about how he went from a modest boyhood in New York City to becoming a master of all trades.

Scene at the 2nd Annual AKA Denim & White Day Affair

The ladies of the Alpha Lambda Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated hosted the event to raise funds for Ethnic-Minority Scholarships and other annual contributions.

Center City Partners wants to make Charlotte a destination for live music

The group most associated with uptown business development believes more live music can be an engine for economic growth.

North Carolina Central professor competes on NBC endurance challenge

Jodie Fleming, who joined the NCCU staff in 2012 as a breast cancer researcher, is part of a five-person team called the Little Giants.

Sean Combs ousts Taylor Swift as hight-paid global entertainer

Guess who’s No. 2.

Teddy McDaniel named president and CEO of Urban League of Central Carolinas

McDaniel comes to Charlotte after a long career in the financial services industry and leading the Urban League in Austin, Texas, for the past five years.

Gallery: Scene at the Kickin it with Cam! Kickball Tournament

The event, which benefits children through the Cam Newton Foundation, was attended by a handful of his Panthers teammate and even some of his NFL rivals.

Witnie Martinez joins Gantt Center staff as development director

On the Move: As director of development, Martinez will focus largely on fundraising.

Kimberly Harrington joins Livingstone College public relations team

On the Move: A veteran journalist who worked at a number of community newspapers in North and South Carolina is now assistant director of public relations at Livingstone College.

News & Buzz

Charlotte Works to launch $4.2 million Careers4All program

The nonprofit workforce development board will target new resources in areas of Mecklenburg County where unemployment rates are in the...


A peek inside Firehouse Bar & Lounge, soon to be Charlotte’s newest hot spot

Owner Clarence Boston said he hopes the lounge, located near Bank of America Stadium, will attract young professionals of all...


I can’t keep rolling my eyes at today’s headlines; it’s starting to hurt

Is it just me, or is the constant drum beat of social media starting to make us loopy?


Why women should weight train

As a fitness professional, I enjoy seeing others reach their fitness goals — weight loss, gaining strength, revving up their...


Friendship Missionary Baptist to sponsor hurricane-relief trip to Texas

The church is looking for able-bodied men to work gutting homes damaged by Hurricane Harvey.


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