Black women entrepreneurs gather to address disparities, dispel myths and offer solutions

A recent article sparked talks of Black women's entrepreneurial experiences in Charlotte. The result was Monday's State of Black Women Entrepreneurs in CLT town hall.
By Olivia Richard | June 25, 2019

Jazz up your day with free concerts during the fourth annual Charlotte Jazz Festival, April 29-May 4

Take in a concert on the Levine Center for the Arts plaza at lunchtime, after work or after dark; enjoy 9 hours of jazz on Saturday.
By GlennOaks Media | April 11, 2019

Here are the NBA All-Star Weekend event details you need to know

Tickets are on sale for a lineup of All-Star Weekend events in Charlotte.
By Katrina Louis | December 12, 2018

Share, listen, act: ‘On The Table CLT 2018’ tackles the legacy of segregation

On Oct. 24, thousands of Mecklenburg County residents will gather in small groups to discuss the ongoing impact of past segregation policies. Take part in this community effort: Sign up now to host a conversation.
By GlennOaks Media | October 11, 2018

Study shines spotlight on mental health issues in Charlotte-Mecklenburg

'Navigating the Maze' identifies gaps in services and provides strategies for improving the system. Access to treatment is a major barrier to economic mobility. Raising awareness and early intervention is key to preventing chronic mental illness, suicides.
By GlennOaks Media | June 19, 2018

Summer festivals offer an explosion of cross-cultural fun

ASC's Charlotte Culture Guide is your roadmap for exploring festivals, theater, music, dance, visual arts and other events -- for all ages
By Dee Dee Strickland | June 18, 2018

What’s happening, Charlotte: 10 things you can do this weekend

This is the weekend to wine and dine: Sample food from area restaurants and wines at events around Charlotte
By QCity Metro Staff | June 8, 2018

New initiative, Tutor Charlotte, provides high quality, one-on-one tutoring across Charlotte

United Way of Central Carolinas and Read Charlotte launch expanded effort to boost reading proficiencies of at-risk students in K-3 grades
By Dee Dee Strickland | March 28, 2018

Reading is good for the soul — and fundamental to life success, however you define it

Indulge your passion with these Black History Month book lists and help a child in your life learn to love reading and reading to learn.
By Mordecia D. Strickland | Qcitymetro | February 26, 2018

5 Things to do this week in Charlotte (Nov. 6-10)

There's a lot happening during your workweek. Check out some of these upcoming events around the Q City this week.
By Paul McFadden Jr. | November 6, 2017