Was the artist comparing President Barack Obama to a rabid chimpanzee? Or, are critics seeing things that simply aren’t there?
New York Post cartoon called racist
Kary Bowser Jr. is Qcitymetro’s new movie reviewer
If you listen to the Matt and Ramona Show (107.9, The Link), you know him as Doc, the co-producer. Now read his movie reviews here
Talk about taboo!
Students at two historically black schools open up about skin tone and openly gay men on campus
Our health is in our own hands
African Americans suffer disproportionately from obesity, heart disease and other health-related issues. We as a community can improve on that
Gayle King: ‘My heart just aches for Rihanna’
US Magazine spoke with a host of celebrities about what can only be called the Chris Brown-Rihanna incident. See what some are saying
Helping women rediscover their passions
Wialillian Howard says too many women neglect their own needs while focusing on what others think they should be. She has planned an April retreat to address such issues
Qcitymetro.com is featured on radio station WFAE
WFAE reporter Julie Rose interviews Qcitymetro.com Editor/Publisher Glenn Burkins. See what folks are saying about Charlotte’s newest news site
Peppers is adamant: He wants to go
The Pro Bowl defensive end tells reporters he’ll demand a trade if the Carolina Panthers attempt to retain him for the upcoming season
Smart shopper, yes. Recessionista, no.
Are there really women out there shopping at high-end stores who are too ashamed to be seen carrying their purchases?
Faith News & Notes
A weekly roundup of events and news from the Charlotte-area faith community
Fighting to keep their niche
While more black students are going to college, a shrinking percentage are choosing HBCUs, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
5 tips for keeping your love alive
William and Rosa Lassiter of Rock Hill have been married for more than 50 years. Read what has worked for them
Charlotte evolves in technicolor
Free kick-off of new exhibit highlighting Charlotte’s changing face on Sat, Feb. 14, at Levine Museum of the New South. Music, games, storytellers
Gorman: CMS faces significant budget cuts
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools may eliminate more than 1,200 jobs to cope with the worsening economy, Superintendent Peter Gorman tells school board members
Jennifer Hudson dominates NAACP Image Awards
It’s been a rough year for Jennifer Hudson with the death of family members, but the NAACP gave her something to smile about