Ashley and Michael, a love that began through online dating
A military deployment and a pandemic were just some of the barriers the couple overcame on their journey to the altar.
By Katrina Louis | June 11, 2021
He walked up to a stranger at a concert. Now, they’re getting married.
From the moment Arderrick met Tanell, he knew she was "the one." Read the latest in our QCity Brides series.
By Katrina Louis | June 2, 2021
Popular restaurateurs announce new restaurant group
Group is the latest venture from Leah & Louise restaurant co-owners, Chef Greg and Subrina Collier.
By Katrina Louis | May 27, 2021
Eat Black Charlotte Week adds to growing spotlight on Black culinary scene
The team of local bloggers, food photographers and curators to highlight Charlotte’s Black food businesses and entrepreneurs June 4-12.
By Katrina Louis | May 24, 2021
R&B icon Stephanie Mills returns with a message of Black empowerment — and a music video filmed in uptown Charlotte
Mills, who has called the Charlotte area home for more than 30 years, said her upcoming single -- "Let's Do The Right Thing" -- was inspired by recent events, including the killing of George Floyd.
By Glenn Burkins | May 24, 2021
BatteryXchange and Smart Girls HQ each awarded $50,000 NC IDEA grants
Founders Desmond Wiggan and Abi Olukeye share how the funding will help scale their Charlotte-based startups.
By Katrina Louis | May 19, 2021
Find your favorite childhood treats inside this west Charlotte candy shop
Lamont and Kristina George opened Scooter Snacks & More after moving to Charlotte for the entertainment business.
By Katrina Louis | May 17, 2021
Meet the mother-daughter duo behind Ebony Wine & Spirits
Camillya Masunda has built a buzz for her wine brand since launching last year. Part of the brand's growing presence is thanks to her teenage daughter.
By Katrina Louis | May 11, 2021
She walked into his plant shop. Months later, they walked down the aisle
Newlyweds Victoria and Barry held a small wedding in Fayetteville. They share how their love of plants, and each other, grew amid a pandemic.
By Katrina Louis | May 6, 2021