Partnerships increasing to diversify esports, bring gaming clubs to HBCU campuses

The CIAA and other gaming institutions are working together to change the lack of diversity within the billion-dollar esports and video game industry.
By Jonathan Limehouse | December 1, 2020

Three Bone Theatre’s “HANDS UP” explores being Black in America

The virtual production, inspired by the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, runs Nov. 19-21.
By QCity Metro Staff | November 19, 2020

Local artists, reporters bring Covid-19 graphic novel to life

Charlotte Journalism Collaborative and BOOM Charlotte are using comic-style illustrations to retell stories of local people impacted by Covid- 19.
By Jonathan Limehouse | November 13, 2020

Interactive CLT dives deeper into museums’ art and culture

New initiative uses augmented reality to showcase artwork and artifacts featured within four of Charlotte's cultural institutions.
By Katrina Louis | November 12, 2020

Black Lives Matter mural plaza may close next week

Charlotte City Council will vote on Monday whether to approve city staff’s recommendation to re-open Tryon Street between 3rd and 4th streets.
By Katrina Louis | November 6, 2020

CineOdyssey Film Festival goes virtual, adds drive-in experience

The film festival, which take place Nov. 5-7, will feature a diverse lineup -- mainly shorts, but also documentaries and feature films.
By Janey Tate | November 5, 2020

‘Charlotte Listens’: A storytelling pop-up adapted for the pandemic

The interactive 'storytelling payphone' project kicks off today at Charlotte Art League.
By Katrina Louis | October 27, 2020

Pandemic isn’t stopping these HBCU homecomings

These North Carolina HBCUs are rounding out homecoming season with virtual festivities.
By QCity Metro Staff | October 21, 2020

In Historic West End, neighbors bond and learn community history on slow, Sunday walks

The idea for a "West Side Walk and Talk" had been percolating for years, but then came the long, hot summer of 2020.
By Emiene Wright | October 20, 2020

Charlotte Art League and poet Jah Smalls host adults-only drive-in poetry slam

Subject matter and language are usually PG-13, but this Sunday's poetry slam is adults-only.
By Janey Tate | October 15, 2020