A former bank employee, Doyle now sells gourmet popcorn flavored to taste like cookies n’ cream, apple pie, and even fried chicken.
Business is poppin’ for entrepreneur Janelle Doyle at 7th Street Public Market
Chelsea Clinton used her first 280-character tweet to shout out Braxton Winston
In a tweet aimed at Donald Trump, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton called Winston, elected this week to Charlotte City Council, a “very fine” person — an apparent reference to comments Trump made about white supremacists who marched in Charlottesville, Va.
One on one with Shirley Hughes
The JCSU trustees chair talks about the school’s incoming president and the process it took to find him.
Clarence Armbrister, a lawyer with a long career in education, is named JCSU’s next president
Armbrister, currently president of a Philadelphia prep school, will begin his new job at Johnson C. Smith University on Jan. 1, 2018
Kym Jackson learns lesson from grandmother: Pay it forward
American Airlines employee earns company award and $10,000, then donates money to program that helped her sister build a new life.
Despite America’s race problems, author Carol Anderson sees hope
The historian and bestselling author spoke to a diverse crowd Tuesday evening at Spirit Square, where she was a guest of the Levine Museum of the New South.
Richard Hunt visits Qcity for dedication of ‘Spiral Odyssey’
Richard Hunt was in Charlotte over the weekend for the public dedication of his sculpture “Spiral Odyssey,” a stainless-steel abstract […]
Tami Simmons named VP of Institutional Advancement at JCSU
Simmons, who currently works as executive director of Susan G. Komen Charlotte, will start her new job on Oct. 18.
Quentin Talley reports being robbed at gunpoint
Talley, a Charlotte-based actor, musician and poet, posted about the incident late Wednesday on his Facebook page.
Why former NASA astronaut Mae Jemison is still da bomb
During a talk this week in Charlotte, she spoke about courage and diversity, and she painted a futuristic world where girls and people of color are empowered.
20 years in, No Grease turns to franchising to accelerate growth
Owners Damian and Jermaine Johnson said the move is a natural progression for a business that has spent two decades fine-tuning its operating model.
Carol Anderson, author of ‘White Rage,’ to speak at Levine Museum on Sept. 26
History professor traces white backlash against black progress from Reconstruction to the election of Barack Obama.
Scene in the Qcity: 2017 Black Political Caucus Banquet
Scene at the 2017 Black Political Caucus of Charlotte-Mecklenburg banquet, which featured U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters as guest speaker.
In Rock Hill, a consignment shop for men
Shop owner Deborah McCullough says she likes a well-dressed man, and she likes putting their outfits together, so in April she opened His Closet Consignment Shop.
The Scene at Lydia’s Legacy Teal Tea Party
Ladies and gents from around the Qcity gathered on Sunday to raise awareness for a worthy cause.