What’s good on TV; a guide for Black viewers – Feb 18

This week, we're discussing "Judas and the Black Messiah," "They Ready," "Raising Dion" and "The Bachelor."
By Jonathan Limehouse and Bethany Lane | February 18, 2021

NC’s first monument honoring Black experience is architect’s final project before his death

Phil Freelon, architect behind the Harvey B. Gantt Center, led team designing NC Freedom Park and iconic Beacon of Freedom.
By Katrina Louis | February 10, 2021

Who needs a college degree?

Maurice Jones talks about his decision to lead a Fortune 500 initiative to employ 1 million Black people without college degrees.
By Jonathan Limehouse | February 10, 2021

Links chapter accepting scholarship applications

Applications are open to Black high school seniors currently enrolled in Mecklenburg County.
By QCity Metro | February 9, 2021

Gantt Center reopens with new exhibitions and free admission

One exhibition, “Lift Every Voice,” tell the story of Charlotte’s response to the last years's nationwide protests against police killings.
By QCity Metro | February 5, 2021

Black hair goes green: One woman’s push to make synthetic hair eco-friendly

Rebundle founder and CEO Ciara Imani May is reimagining synthetic hair and reducing plastic waste.
By Katrina Louis | February 4, 2021

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