There’s plenty to do in Charlotte, so get out this weekend and have some fun.
What’s Happening, CLT: Our curated list of weekend events
NABFEME returns to promote mentoring and collaborating for women in music and entertainment
N.C. A&T band members recall band culture as film set to premiere at Charlotte film festival
“Blue & Gold Marching Machine” documentary follows 2018 band season from camp through the “Greatest Homecoming on Earth.”
“View the Right Thing” film series tackles racial and social themes through Black cinema
The film and discussion series commemorates the 30th anniversary of “Do the Right Thing” and other movies that sparked social commentary.
Carolina Black Music Month: Greg Cox
If you were a fan of Sean “Diddy” Combs and his MTV reality shows, then you may remember seeing a […]
Win tickets to see BIG3 basketball at Spectrum Center
We’re giving away a pair of tickets to see BIG3 basketball when it comes to the Spectrum Center on June […]
Carolina Black Music Month: Fantasia
Multiplatinum Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Fantasia (Barrino) Taylor first captured America’s attention in 2004 as Season 3 winner of “American Idol.” […]
Durag Fest returns for another unapologetically Black Juneteenth celebration
Nicknamed the “Met Gala of Durags,” an alternative Juneteenth festival, will take place June 15 at Camp North End. Over 1,200 people attended last year’s inaugural event.
Carolina Black Music Month: Lute
West Charlotte rapper Lute (born Luther Nicholson) created some buzz in Charlotte’s hip-hop scene with his first solo project, “West […]
Carolina Black Music Month: Ben E. King
Carolina Black Music Month is spotlighting Ben E. King. King — a native of Henderson, N.C. — is most known for the 1961 timeless hit “Stand By Me.”
Carolina Black Music Month: Nina Simone
Carolina Black Music Month is spotlighting Nina Simone. Music from the Tryon, N.C., native spanned across genres and often included social commentary.