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What’s Happening, CLT: Events to do this weekend (Sat. -Sun.)
CIAA to host spades tournament during 2020 basketball championship in Charlotte
The winner-takes-all competition will carry a cash prize of $2,000.
Local barbershop makes history with Walmart partnership
Lucky Spot Barbershop celebrated its grand opening as the first Black-owned barbershop located within Walmart stores.
It’s HBCU Homecoming season, here are the schedules for NC schools
It’s time for football, marching bands, reunions, greek events and all the things we love about HBCU homecomings.
Have doors closed for good on Sports One bar in uptown Charlotte?
The Charlotte Business Journal reports that the bar owes nearly $237,000 in unpaid taxes, and its owner, Peter Thomas, has been hit with a lawsuit.
Q&A with Tiffany Eubanks-Saunders, boardroom leader and self-care advocate
Charlotte native Tiffany Eubanks-Saunders has climbed the corporate ladder at Bank of America, but a health scare also taught her the importance of self-care.
Chime Solutions, a Black-owned Georgia company, will expand to Charlotte
In a suburb of Atlanta, the company employs about 1,500 people in a call center that offers customer service support.
JCSU and Carolina Panthers talk diversity, talent pipeline
Stride, the Carolina Panthers’ Black employee resource group, held a panel discussion about the importance of diversity in sports and opportunities for students.
What’s Happening, CLT: Events this weekend in Charlotte (Sept. 20-22)
Cooler temperatures have finally arrived in Charlotte, so get out this weekend and have some fun.
This One’s for Us: #TeamBlkGrlFly launches weeklong celebration of Black womanhood
Creative entrepreneur Davita Galloway and #TeamBlkGrlFly are hosting a week of events culminating with their signature event, A Seat at the Table Awards.
Soul Food Sessions debut at the James Beard House
Popular Charlotte collective that highlights Black chefs and mixologists presents “The South Got Something to Say.”
All-Black orchestra showcases tunes that speak to the culture
North Carolina-trained conductor leads orchestra that performs with a contemporary twist.
These N.C. schools make list of top HBCU bands
Five Carolina HBCU marching bands make the third annual ESPN/The Undefeated HBCU Band Rankings.
Michael Jordan announces pending additions to Hornets ownership
Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan plans to sell part of team, adding two partners to team’s ownership group. Jordan will remain as team decision-maker.
The Midnight Hour is giving a jazzy nod to soul and hip-hop in upcoming Charlotte performance
Collaboration between producer/composer Adrian Younge and A Tribe Called Quest’s Ali Shaheed Muhammad stops in Charlotte on Sept. 18.