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
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
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 Lake | December 19, 2019
Meet the Charlotte groomer dubbed “The Dog Whisperer”
Amber Moore fulfilled her dream of opening a dog-grooming business, and Charlotte pet parents are loving it.
By Katrina Louis | December 16, 2019
Charlotte New Year’s Eve: 10 places to ring in 2020
We've rounded up local places to be when the clock strikes midnight.
By Sabrina Clark | December 13, 2019
Opinion | MLS hype, a cautionary tale
Charlotte's sports fans have been stung in the past, and MLS has a short leash.
By Kallan Louis | December 12, 2019
“Black Wealth Friday” focuses on investing vs. spending during holiday season
George Acheampong created Black Wealth Friday to help people of color invest 10% of the money they would normally spend on Black Friday.
By Christine Edwards | December 10, 2019
Jack and Jill chapter opens reading room at Charlotte school
The organization of African American moms donated more than 600 books to Brisbane Academy.
By Nakisha Washington | December 9, 2019
CATS gives free rides on holiday buses
Charlotte Area Transit System is providing free rides to passengers on its holiday buses Dec. 9-31.
By Qcitymetro Staff | December 6, 2019