‘Edward Tulane’ offers a lesson in life…for the young and the not-so-young
At "Edward Tulane," you'll find storytelling at its best, with a heartfelt lesson that even adults will appreciate.
By Glenn Burkins | February 4, 2016
On the town with Toni
Looking for something fun to do in Charlotte this weekend? Check out Toni Baker-Tyson's weekly entertainment picks. It's fun for grown folks.
By Toni Baker-Tyson | February 4, 2016
In ‘The Children of Children Keep Coming,’ Quentin Talley tells the story of black history in America
Directed and narrated by Quentin Talley, "The Children of Children Keep Coming" is based on the epic poem by Russell L. Goings and spans generations of black Americans, from slavery to present day. (Photo: Gena J. Photography)
By Michaela Duckett | January 28, 2016
On the Town with Toni
Brunch on the lake, free entertainment or feature-length documentary. Toni's got you covered for weekend events. And like we say, "It's fun for grown folks."
By Toni Baker-Tyson | January 28, 2016
Float like a butterfly: The life and legacy of Muhammad Ali – in dance
Muhammad Ali provides the inspiration for a one-night dance performance coming to UNC Charlotte.
By Page Leggett | January 25, 2016
Cam Newton: ‘We’re trying to finish this thing off’ (video)
During a post-game interviews following Sunday’s victory over the Arizona Cardinals, Carolina Panthers Cam Newton talks about the need to […]
By The Charlotte Observer | January 25, 2016
Dance Theatre of Harlem: Classical ballet, multihued
The company comes to Charlotte for the first time on Jan. 22. On that same day, a retrospective of the company’s four-decade history opens at the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Art + Culture.
By By By Page Leggett | January 22, 2016
On the Town with Toni
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Check out Toni Baker Tyson's weekly entertainment picks. It's fun for grown folks.
By Glenn Burkins | January 21, 2016
Win tickets to see ‘Children of Children Keep Coming’
Qcitymetro will give away tickets to see the upcoming OnQ production of “The Children of Children Keep Coming.” This epic […]
By QCity Metro Staff | January 19, 2016
Dance Theatre of Harlem glides into Charlotte
On MLK Day, the Harvey B. Gantt Center will open an exhibition dedicated to the historic dance troupe, a prelude to four live dance performances at Knight Theater.
By Glenn Burkins | January 15, 2016