Tiffany Randolph is KALC’s new general manager

Randolph, a 2001 graduate of Clark-Atlanta University, said she wants to increase enrollment, hire additional tutors and help build the Kennedy Academic Learning Centers' brand
By admin | February 25, 2009

The Park Ministries to host gospel concert for youths

The "2009 Victory After Party" is part of the 2009 Gospel Heritage Praise and Worship Conference, an annual event that honors gospel artists
By admin | February 24, 2009

Obama enjoys strong public support

A month into his presidency, Barack Obama has retained the trust of a large majority of Americans, a new poll shows. Tonight he will address a joint session of Congress
By admin | February 24, 2009

Waddell science teacher honored for classroom innovation

Many of Tamica Stubbs’ students have won state and national awards for their work in biotechnology, biology and engineering
By admin | February 24, 2009

Misdirected anger?

Yes, the New York Post cartoon was racist and insensitive, says Charlotte's conservative commentator Lenny McAllister, but African Americans have bigger issues
By admin | February 23, 2009

Let the fun begin!

CIAA week has arrived. Check out Qcitymetro.com each day for the latest news, events and photos.
By admin | February 23, 2009

Nikki Giovanni wows crowd in NoDa

The internationally acclaimed poet has written a new book -- Bicycles: Love Poems. She came to the Qcity Friday to help promote the Charlotte Literary Festival
By admin | February 21, 2009

Amid the Oscars, history in the making

MOVIE TIME

For only the second time in history, two African American actresses are competing in the same category. Taraji P. Henson (l) and Viola Davis (r)
By admin | February 20, 2009

JCSU to publish magazine touting its community involvement

The magazine's editor, Benny L. Smith, said the publication will include stories of how JCSU faculty, staff and students are involved in various aspects of Charlotte's civic life
By admin | February 20, 2009

N.Y. Post: ‘We apologize’ for chimp cartoon

Post editor Col Allen said the drawing was not meant to offend, but critics called it a veiled and racist caricature of President Obama
By admin | February 20, 2009