Once an underground society for Charlotte’s creatives and those who love them, the city’s poetry community — and popularity — […]
From parenthood to eroticism: 5 spoken-word artists showcasing Charlotte’s poetry scene
Want to get away? Visit black-owned B&Bs in the Carolinas
Morehead Manor and Thee Matriarch are two bed-and-breakfast options operated by black entrepreneurs.
Hometown Historymaker: Marines to honor Charlottean during Marine Week ceremony
Charlotte native Pvt. Howard Perry is featured in a NoDa mural to recognize him as the first black Marine recruit. He broke the 167-year tradition in 1942.
Sickle cell disease doesn’t stop Charlotte’s ‘The Lion King’ star
The hometown Broadway actor, who plays Young Simba in “The Lion King,” credits his mother and tour wrangler for helping to monitor his illness.
I’m an “American Idol” contestant: CMS teacher takes another shot at fame
After an attempt in 2012, Timothy Moore auditioned again for the singing competition to inspire his students.
Congresswoman Alma Adams talks latest on the Hill
A quick convo with Adams touched on Trump, midterm elections and what we stand to lose if we don’t vote.
Gantt Center honors its ‘founding mothers’
The Harvey B. Gantt Center’s main lobby has been named the Harper-Roddey Grand Lobby in honor of the two women who co-founded the center’s forerunner in 1974.
Atrium Health CEO named among the nation’s most influential in health care
Eugene Woods makes the Modern Healthcare list for the third year.
Where are Charlotte’s curators of color?
We spoke with local art curator Jonell Logan about the state of diversity in Charlotte’s art community.
Meet Daisha Haynesworth, a Qcity Newcomer
A chance for better weather and a vibrant social scene was enough to lure Haynesworth from Cleveland to Charlotte.