To be Black, deaf and hard of hearing during a pandemic
For the deaf and hard of hearing, a community that thrives on “live” and in-person communication, the stay-at-home mandate is even more of a hardship.
By Crystal Marie | April 3, 2020
Film review: “Uncorked,” a smart wine movie that explores Black family dynamics
“Insecure” producer Prentice Penny blends good actors, music and cinematography to put forth a relatable film in his directorial debut.
By Alicia Benjamin | March 30, 2020
Booker T. mural tells story of Washington Heights
Washington Heights Neighborhood Association commissions bold new mural on Beatties Ford Road.
By Emiene Wright | March 6, 2020
Asked & Answered: How did “West Charlotte” become “Historic West End”?
A man who grew up on Charlotte's west side wants to know when (and how) the name of his neighborhood got changed.
By Glenn Burkins | March 6, 2020
Sorority celebrates authors during national tour
The Charlotte Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. will host third stop of Delta Authors on Tour.
By Nakisha Washington | March 2, 2020
It’s a wrap: 2020 CIAA basketball tourney roundup
The CIAA Basketball Tournament featured two thrilling championship games, crowned a new Miss CIAA and saw the return of a crowd favorite.
By Qcitymetro Staff | March 2, 2020
CIAA & Charlotte: A nostalgic look back
As the CIAA Basketball Tournament says goodbye to Charlotte, we reflect on more than a decade of Tournament Week coverage.
By Qcitymetro Staff | February 27, 2020
Hue House launches “The Block,” a home for Black creatives
The newly formed creative agency launched the event to bring Black artists, entrepreneurs and creatives together who often operate in silos.
By Qcitymetro Staff | February 26, 2020
Intergalactic Soul: The future is now
The multimedia exhibition weaves together science fiction, historical and social themes. It runs through Feb. 29.
By Emiene Wright | February 24, 2020
Tattoo documentary, work of arts group showcasing teen talent behind the lens
Creating Exposure through the Arts will debut its "Behind the Ink" documentary at the BOOM Festival in April.
By Nakisha Washington | February 17, 2020