John W. Love Jr.’s commitment to showing up pays off with $100K art prize

Charlotte's provocative artist awarded prize to produce "The Cathedral of Messes." He also shares why he rejects the "starving artist" narrative.
By Emiene Wright | January 17, 2020

Celebrate the legacy of MLK at these 8 Charlotte events

A list of events leading up to Monday's day of remembrance for the civil rights icon.
By Qcitymetro | January 15, 2020

CIAA commemorative video features local HBCU player and coach

JCSU's Stephen Joyner, Sr. and Livingstone College's Roger Ray appear
By Qcitymetro | January 12, 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

Jason Jet talks his latest EP, “Roll,” and desire for Charlotte’s music scene

A decade following his debut, Jason Jet reflects on his career and how Charlotte can gain its musical identity
By Kallan Louis | January 9, 2020

Nonprofit will advocate for University Park homeowners

Attorney created For The Struggle, Inc. after facing constant asks to buy up her west side neighborhood
By Emiene Wright | January 7, 2020

12 entertainment picks around Charlotte this month

Kicking off a new decade with a roundup of January events happening around the QC.
By Ryan Fleming | January 2, 2020

Clear out old energy to bring in a new year

Curio, Craft & Conjure is using limpiezas to help clients start the new year with good energy.
By Shameika Rhymes | January 1, 2020

Last-minute gift ideas from 7 Black-owned businesses

Helping last-minute shoppers with affordable holiday gifts from fragrances to body butters to ceramic art.
By Emiene Wright | December 21, 2019

Top picks for Afrobeat and Soca in the QC

Cultural vibes in the Queen City.
By Loán C. Lake | December 19, 2019