Maestro Roderick Cox, who will guest conduct the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra, wants to inspire other Black musicians to think big

The Berlin-based American conductor -- one of a few African American conductors in the world -- has been called a "trailblazer."
By Anders J. Hare | October 21, 2021

UNC Charlotte researcher is ‘very confident’ of plan to bring co-op grocery store to West Boulevard

Q&A with UNC Charlotte's Byron White, who facilitated a nine-month study that recommends building two co-op grocery stores in west Charlotte to address food insecurity.
By Sarafina Wright | October 19, 2021

At the Beatties Ford Vocational Trade Center, Frances Hall says she is keeping a vow she made to God

The center is a school where men and women looking for a way out of poverty or underemployment can learn a trade.
By Sarafina Wright | October 18, 2021

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By Bethany Lane | October 15, 2021

From Black stories to the migrant experience, Charlotte Film Festival highlights diversity

The five-day festival returns with more than 100 films, both short and feature length, from North Carolina and around the world.
By Sarafina Wright | October 14, 2021

CMPD pledges to hire more women; reports third-quarter drop in crime

Chief Johnny Jennings said he wants CMPD staff to be "reflective" of the community.
By Jalon Hill | October 14, 2021

As UNC Charlotte’s top receiver, Grant DuBose is making the most of a second opportunity

A year ago, the Montgomery, Alabama, native was working at Walmart -- one of three part-time jobs he held while waiting out the pandemic.
By Jalon Hill | October 13, 2021


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