Wow! What a week

Clarence Thomas stalks Anita Hill; Jane Fonda gets dissed by Megyn Kelly; and Ray Lewis can't decide if he's kneeling or praying.
By Gerald Terrell Jr. | September 29, 2017

Trump threatens annihilation; troubles mount for Kevin Hart; Billy Bush talks

Wow! What a Week: Gerald is back with his unique take on some of the week's top headlines
By Gerald Terrell Jr. | September 22, 2017

While Colin Kaepernick sits, the NFL is awash in hypocrisy

Colin Kaepernick, a proven, talented quarterback, cannot get a job in the National Football League. Even non-football fans know the […]
By Keith Wilson | September 21, 2017

At JCSU, book spotlights 10 black men of Northwest Corridor

I also talked with Ronald Carter about the school's search for a new president.
By Glenn Burkins | September 20, 2017

Sculpture is a stunning tribute to native son Romare Bearden

New public artwork by Bearden peer, Richard Hunt, pays tribute to Charlotte-born artist's life and works.
By Lawrence Toppman | Illumination contributor | September 19, 2017

Wow!!! What a week (Sept. 10-15)

Joel Ford got dissed. Hillary is still whining. And the Cleveland Browns achieve world peace. Just some of the nonsense that happened this week.
By Gerald Terrell Jr. | September 15, 2017

5 takeaways from the Charlotte primary vote

Charlotte will have a new mayor come December. Incumbent Jennifer Roberts got bounced in Tuesday’s Democratic primary by Mayor Pro […]
By Glenn Burkins | September 13, 2017

Wow!!! What a week (Sept. 3-8)

Omarosa was on thin ice. Collin Kaepernick apparently fallen through. Let's review some of the silliness that made the news this week.
By Gerald Terrell Jr. | September 8, 2017

Wow!!! What a Week

A humorous look back at some of the week's top news stories.
By Gerald Terrell Jr. | September 1, 2017

Confederate statues preserve Southern heritage — the way Klan billboards did

Monuments to the Confederacy are nothing more than a campaign to counter our nation's true history while opposing efforts toward equality and human rights for blacks.
By Mark Allan Williams | August 22, 2017