What’s good on TV; a guide for Black viewers – Jan. 28
This week, we discuss "One Night in Miami," "Euphoria," "#blackAF" and "Locked Down." Tell us which are on your watch list.
By Bethany Lane and Jonathan Limehouse | January 28, 2021
7 Charlotte-area celebrations for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Many events honoring Martin Luther King Jr. have shifted online due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
By QCity Metro Staff | January 14, 2021
What’s good on TV; a guide for Black viewers – Jan 11
This week, read about "Bridgerton," "Wu-Tang," "Sylvie's Love," "The High Note" and "In The Long Run."
By QCity Metro Staff | January 11, 2021
2020 couldn’t stop DaBaby’s rock star year
The Charlotte rapper dominated music charts and remained a trending topic in an unprecedented year.
By Kallan Louis | December 28, 2020
How can locals celebrate Kwanzaa during a pandemic?
Kwanzaa Charlotte will air virtual programs celebrating three of the seven principles of Kwanzaa — Umoja, Kujichagulia and Imani.
By Jonathan Limehouse | December 23, 2020
This $30,000 Historic West End mural project is up for grabs
The City of Charlotte is seeking a local artist to honor Historic West End with a mural as part of the city's placemaking program.
By Katrina Louis | December 22, 2020
Here are the 5 Charlotte recipients of Knight Foundation’s $2.1 million arts and culture investment
The funding will help Charlotte arts and cultural institutions integrate technology and boost equity to engage broader audiences.
By Katrina Louis | December 17, 2020
What The Fries food truck owners plan big changes in 2021
The partners announced plans to open a south Charlotte restaurant and put their truck on hiatus.
By Glenn Burkins | December 12, 2020
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