John W. Love Jr.’s commitment to showing up pays off with $100K art prize
Charlotte's provocative artist awarded prize to produce "The Cathedral of Messes." He also shares why he rejects the "starving artist" narrative.
By Emiene Wright | January 17, 2020
Livingstone senior presents research at world’s largest supercomputing conference
White House HBCU Scholar Tenecious Underwood recognized for research on the science of frog language.
By Livingstone College News Service | January 15, 2020
Jason Jet talks his latest EP, “Roll,” and desire for Charlotte’s music scene
A decade following his debut, Jason Jet reflects on his career and how Charlotte can gain its musical identity
By Kallan Louis | January 9, 2020
Charles Jones, Carolina civil rights leader, dies at 82
Jones organized and participated in several sit-in protests during the 1960s.
By Katrina Louis | December 27, 2019
These women are making Charlotteans with disabilities a priority
Monique Stamps and Judith Brown are using their personal experiences to advocate for Charlotteans with disabilities.
By Bryant Carter | December 20, 2019
Hemp Neighborhood Store brings CBD to Charlotte’s West Side
Three co-founders launch Hemp Neighborhood Store with hopes of removing stigmas around CBD in Black communities.
By Emiene Wright | December 17, 2019
Meet the Charlotte groomer dubbed “The Dog Whisperer”
Amber Moore fulfilled her dream of opening a dog-grooming business, and Charlotte pet parents are loving it.
By Katrina Louis | December 16, 2019
Jack and Jill chapter opens reading room at Charlotte school
The organization of African American moms donated more than 600 books to Brisbane Academy.
By Nakisha Washington | December 9, 2019
Q&A with J.C. Watts Jr., co-founder of Black News Channel
The former congressman and star athlete discusses the network's delayed launch and the intersection of sports and social consciousness.
By Kallan Louis | December 2, 2019