This plant lover is on a quest to show Black men have green thumbs too
Stay-at-home restrictions allowed 31-year-old Barry Greene more time for his passion: plants. It's a passion he hopes catches on with more Black men.
By Sabrina Clark | May 21, 2020
Black Mamas Say, a tribute project debuting on Mother’s Day
Native Charlotteans Brandi Williams and Raven Barrett have partnered to create Black Mamas Say, a social-media dedication to the moms in our lives.
By Sabrina Clark | May 8, 2020
How these Charlotte attorneys are navigating legal waters during a pandemic
Local attorneys are helping others while managing the effects of Covid-19 on their operations.
By Sabrina Clark | April 22, 2020
Meet the father-son duo behind Charlotte beverage brand Eli’s Lemonade
He went from a 7-year-old with a lemonade stand to a kidpreneur with products on shelves of local grocery stores and served at music venues.
By Sabrina Clark | March 19, 2020
Wikipedia Hip-Hop Edit-a-thon addresses lack of diversity in content and editors
Local promoter and MIT professor partner to increase representation among the online encyclopedia's content and contributors.
By Sabrina Clark | February 5, 2020
BNS Productions tackles race, family, identity in “Fences”
The theater company delves into more work from playwright August Wilson that explores African-American experiences.
By Sabrina Clark | January 27, 2020
Life and music of Billie Holiday revived in “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill”
The stage production explores the life of legendary jazz singer Billie Holiday during one of her final performances.
By Sabrina Clark | January 12, 2020
3 ways for local wine lovers to get their fix
Meet the guru, visit the venue, join the meetup
By Sabrina Clark | November 19, 2019
Local culinary favorite, Chef Greg Collier, nominated for James Beard Award
Greg Collier, owner of The Yolk cafe and executive chef at Loft & Cellar, is the first black chef from Charlotte to earn a James Beard Award nomination.
By Sabrina Clark | February 28, 2019