Music of the Movement: Reuben Vincent’s picks

Rapper Reuben Vincent picks six of his favorite tracks or albums by Black artists about activism, racial and social justice, unity or inspiration.
By QCity Metro Staff | June 26, 2020

Music of the Movement: BRAVE Entertainment’s picks

BRAVE Entertainment picks five of their favorite tracks or albums by Black artists about activism, racial and social justice, unity or inspiration.
By QCity Metro Staff | June 25, 2020

Music of the Movement: Anthony Hamilton’s picks

Anthony Hamilton picks three of his favorite tracks or albums by Black artists about activism, racial and social justice, unity or inspiration.
By QCity Metro Staff | June 22, 2020

Music of the Movement: Jason Jet’s picks

Jason Jet picks five of his favorite tracks or albums by Black artists about activism, racial and social justice, unity or inspiration.
By QCity Metro Staff | June 19, 2020

Music of the Movement: Cyanca’s picks

Cyanca picks five of her favorite tracks or albums by Black artists about activism, racial and social justice, unity or inspiration.
By QCity Metro Staff | June 18, 2020

Juneteenth celebrations commemorate “Black Independence Day” as communities fight for justice

Local celebrations adjust for social distancing as Juneteenth marks its 155th anniversary.
By Loán Lake | June 15, 2020

Juneteenth celebration back in drive

Covid-19 put the brakes on original plans, but community advocates came together to put the event back on track.
By Brandi Williams | June 14, 2020

Group looking to bring back live events in N.C.

A statewide coalition was formed to consider what safety measure will be needed to combat the spread of coronavirus
By glenn | May 20, 2020

“Live from the Print Shop,” a new stage for Carolina creatives

Series debuts May 1 featuring local artist performances broadcasted from MacFly Fresh Printing Company.
By Loán Lake | April 28, 2020

7 apps other than Zoom to connect with family and friends

Watch movies, play video games or go shopping together with your crew while obeying distancing rules.
By Dante Miller | April 27, 2020