- K. Michelle in Concert | Dec. 21
- A Night of Fashion Black Tie Affair | Dec. 21
- High Octane Holiday Movies | Dec. 21
- Charlotte Ballet: Nutcracker | Dec. 21
- Scrooge! presented by Children's Theatre of Charlotte | Dec. 22
- Techmas Party | Dec. 22
- Monday Night Football @ Red | Dec. 22
“A Soulful Noel” opened Thursday night at McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square, its second year in production by On Q Performing Arts. The production as has been described as “a tapestry of music, dance and spoken word,” telling the age-old story of Christmas.
Seventy years after he was convicted of murdering two white girls and executed by the state of South Carolina, a 14-year-old George Stinney was exonerated by a circuit court judge on Wednesday.
Now in its second year, “A Soulful Noel” combines song, dance and spoken word to produce a Christmas performance that reflects the black experience.
Police said the boy was home with his grandmother when the two suspects attempted to break into their home in southwest Charlotte.
The newly elected 12th District representative spent the first day of the congressional recess in Charlotte. Her day-long visit took in the diversity of a district that stretches from Charlotte to Greensboro.
William Wilson, a Charlotte custom clothier, writes about his arduous struggle -- and current success -- as an entrepreneur and businessman.
Randall Kerrick's brief appearance before a judge Thursday drew a small burst of community anger. Kerrick, a CMPD officer, is charged in the shooting death of Jonathan Ferrell, who was unarmed.
The Mecklenburg County Health Department wants African American barbers to help combat the spread of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.
Herb Gray talks with Qcitymetro about the annual holiday party he and his wife are hosting this weekend to benefit the Harvey B. Gantt Center -- their third straight year hosting the event.
Police on Monday charge a 34-year-old man with killing his father during a dispute inside their home in northeast Charlotte.
The Charlotte preacher and gospel recording artist took to his Facebook page Friday to rebuke a fellow preacher regarding "a very ugly commentary" that apparently criticized Kee.
City Manager Ron Carlee will appoint a third party to review the firing of Crystal Eschert, a former fire inspector who posted racial comments on her Facebook page.
UPDATE: Police identify man wounded in officer-involved shooting. According to CMPD, the man shot at two police officers in east Charlotte and was wounded when the officers returned fire.
Officials said about 70,000 people attended the 2014 Novant Health Thanksgiving Day Parade in uptown Charlotte. Charlotte's annual parade was recently named one of the best in America.
A choir from St. Luke Missionary Baptist church provided the gospel music backdrop Saturday night at the 5th Annual Evening of Hope and Inspiration.
It's good to stop using chemicals in your hair, but just because you transition to natural doesn't mean your hair will be healthy.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Check out Toni Baker-Tyson's weekly entertainment picks.
She needed a car. She prayed for a car. But when her car finally arrived, Tanya Wilson was not ready for what she received.
First produced as a musical screen play in 1970, this adaption of the classic Charles Dickens novel "A Christmas Carol" has emerged as a seasonal favorite.
The Kwanzaa Organizing Committee of Charlotte is inviting the public to take part in “Kwanzaa, 2014: A Celebration of Family, Community and Culture.”
Scene at the 2014 Jazzy Holiday Gala, a black-tie event celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Harvey B. Gantt Center and its predecessor organization, the Afro-American Cultural and Service.
Conference Commissioner Jacqie McWilliams announced Friday that the CIAA had signed a three-year deal naming an Indiana company as the exclusive licensing agency for the conference.
It is impossible to affect change if we stop talking about matters simply because they fall from the news. We cannot change laws or behaviors if we are easily moved.
According to police, two people entered a Fifth Third Bank on North Davidson Street around noon Tuesday, brandished a gun and demanded money from tellers.
Police on Saturday received a call about a male who wad down in the 3900 block of Bristol Drive.
In a city that prides itself on political civility, the low-grade battle over who will chair the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners takes a testy turn on Facebook.
Have you ever noticed geese flying south for the winter? By working together and flying in formation, they increase the odds that all will reach their intended destination.