Mark your calendars for these Charlotte tour stops in September and October.
6 hip-hop and R&B concert tours coming to Charlotte
It’s time that a black person reviewed “The Book of Mormon”
I finally admitted I was totally offended and there wasn’t a damn thing funny.
Denzel Washington continues doing bad things for good reasons in “The Equalizer 2”
The Academy Award-winning actor stars in his first sequel returning as blue-collar avenger Robert McCall.
Athletes with Carolina roots grace Sports Illustrated’s Fashionable 50 list
Stereotypically, basketball is my favorite sport. Aside from watching the game, I enjoy the pageantry of the pregame and postgame […]
‘The Color Purple’: Reviewed from a (not so angry) black man’s perspective
The Tony Award-winning musical currently on stage in Charlotte is no less damning in its depiction of black men, but it does offer a new and surprising element of redemption.
History told in honest detail at Old Slave Mart Museum in Charleston
This South Carolina port city, once the epicenter of America’s slave trade, is slowly beginning to grapple with its checkered history.
What Center City Partners is doing to boost Charlotte’s music brand
The uptown booster group recently launched a new website that its hopes will become a go-to place for people seeking live music.
‘SuperFly’: a updated version of the ’72 classic
The movie follows the story of Atlanta drug dealer Youngblood Priest (Trevor Jackson) and his attempt to arrange one last big score before leaving the dope game.
Amid changes large and small, Levine Museum of the New South names new historian
Willie Griffin, a Charlotte native and scholar in African American history, will join the Levine Museum of the New South on June 4.
Mint Museum exhibition showcases fashion of Oscar de la Renta
Curated by Durham native Andre Leon Talley, former editor-at-large for Vogue magazine, the exhibit pays homage to the late, iconic designer’s inspirations and experiences.
New exhibition at Bechtler explores avant-garde artists’ connections to religion
Seemingly secular artists use religious iconography to inspire, provoke and challenge social injustice; Bechtler curator Jennifer Sudul Edwards hopes the exhibition sparks dialogue
Rules for going back to the real world after Black Panther weekend
My husband and I were late for all our morning appointments because we are the world’s geekiest comic book lover […]
Hometown dancer soars with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
On Feb. 27 and 28, Jacquelin Harris and the esteemed Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater perform in the city where Harris got her start.
Win tickets to Alvin Ailey Charlotte performance
Blumenthal Performing Arts is sending a lucky Qcitymetro fan (and a guest) to the Tuesday, Feb. 27, performance of Alvin […]
CIAA announces celebrity lineup, charity basketball game
Celebrity performances are scheduled for quarterfinal, semifinal and championship games at Spectrum Center.