People

Black-owned breakfast eatery coming to 7th Street Public Market

Gregory and Subrina Collier transfer their popular contemporary breakfast restaurant, The Yolk, from Rock Hill to uptown Charlotte.

My entrepreneurship journey: Tanaro Reed, tattoo artist

Reed is one of nearly 300 tattoo artists showcasing during the Queen City Tattoo & Arts Festival Oct. 26-28. He recalls his journey of starting over and grinding toward success.

Meet Lydia Wilson, a Qcity Newcomer

The former Texan wanted to be closer to her parents. A visit to Charlotte sealed the deal.

Debra Campbell hired as Asheville city manager

Campbell has served as Charlotte’s assistant city manager since 2014.

N.C. Music Hall of Fame inductee Calvin Richardson shares highs, lows and inspirations

Ahead of his hall of fame induction on Oct. 18, “The Soul Prince” shares his musical Mt. Rushmore, songs he’s written for popular artists and more.

Meet Harrison Horne, a Qcity Newcomer

This elementary school counselor wants to do his part to advocate for mental health resources in the black community.

The salt room at this Matthews spa is a busy person’s dream

Angela Strother left her 28-year corporate America career to focus on self-care. It turned into a venture to relieve stress for others.

Jamaican Jerk NC: no frills necessary for this taste of the islands

Are you a local chef? Restaurateur? Mixologist? Food aficionado?  Qcitymetro is highlighting those who bring color to Charlotte’s food scene. […]

Khalia Braswell: Digital diva, TEDxCharlotte speaker and The Root 100 honoree

The former Apple engineer returned to Charlotte determined to diversify the tech industry.

A day in the life of a NASCAR account executive during ROVAL

Follow NASCAR team member Erica Wilkerson as she gives an inside look on race day.

News & Buzz

RNC 2020 organizers commit to Black business inclusion

Black leaders are developing a directory of Charlotte's Black businesses to ensure diverse vendors involved with the 2020 Republican National...

Entertainment

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.

Voices

How Michelle Williams triggered my memories of depression

Recent news about former Destiny’s Child member Michelle Williams checking into a medical facility for depression triggered a memory about...

Health

Charlotte is testing a plan that could eliminate food waste from our landfills

A pilot program to compost the food we throw out is being tested in eight historically black communities in northwest...

Faith

After deadly attack on Pittsburgh synagogue, Charlotte’s faith leaders call for love, unity

Three days after a gunman killed 11 worshipers inside a Jewish center in Pittsburgh, members of Charlotte’s faith community came...

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Charlotte Auto Show
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Handbags, Heels and Horsepower
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Thursday Night Art Workshop: Introduction to Paper Clay
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Southern Christmas Show
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Peppa Pig Live