Simmons, who currently works as executive director of Susan G. Komen Charlotte, will start her new job on Oct. 18.
Tami Simmons named VP of Institutional Advancement at JCSU
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.
Noted photographer Alvin C. Jacobs Jr. recalls that fateful day in Charlottesville
Jacobs has trained his camera on protests and civil actions all over America. What happened in Charlottesville, he said, was altogether different.
‘Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out Live!’ coming to Bojangles’ Coliseum
Homecoming for Cannon as one of MTV’s hottest shows heads to Charlotte
Healing Charlotte: Iyanla Vanzant to headline Gantt Symposium
The Emmy-Award winning life coach will discuss uniting the community as we approach the one-year anniversary of Keith Lamont Scott’s death.
Real Talk Radio: Wyclef Jean talks about U.S. politics, relationships and music
In this episode of Real Talk Radio, JD talks with the multi-talented Wyclef Jean about music, politics, Donald Trump and how he kept his marriage together after infidelity.
A voice in the crowd: Why one man attended the ‘call to action’ against racism
Despite personal disappointments and persistent doubts, Charlotte resident Justin Perry says he must continue to push for racial justice in America.
3 small-business owners share their stories…and advice for others
At the Queen City Entrepreneurs’ Conference, three small-business owners shared how they overcame fear, financial challenges and even self-doubt.
Cleared of domestic assault charge, William Wilson looks to move forward
The Charlotte Clothier said the seven-month ordeal, in which a female acquaintance accused him of assault and had him arrested, left him feeling publicly humiliated but wiser.