- Rhiannon Giddens | Apr. 1
- Spotlight: Melissa Harris-Perry Addresses Race and Gender | Apr. 1
- Bechtler Young Visionaries Gallery Talk | Apr. 1
- Henry V | Apr. 2
- Wake Talks: Character and Education - An Evening with David Brooks | Apr. 2
- 2015 Witherspoon Lecture: The Impossibility of Religious Freedom | Apr. 2
- Spring Break Camp | Apr. 2
At 350 pounds, Rev. Jacob Teasdell knew he needed to make some changes. But after a friend had a heart attack and passed away, he went to a doctor, saying, “keep me alive 'til I’m 50.”
A 50-year-old man died Wednesday when the motorcycle he was driving collided with a car in northwest Charlotte.
Jeff Feemster, 42, who once co-owned E-Z Parking with former Charlotte Mayor Patrick Cannon, died Friday, friends told Qcitymetro.
An argument inside a north Charlotte home sparked a shooting that left one person dead and two injured, CMPD reported late Friday.
Tom Gabbard, president of Blumenthal Performing Arts, explains the selection process for bringing Broadway shows to Charlotte and why more don't speak to the African American experience.
Senate Bill 384 would commit $20 million to raise the pay for teachers who have spent more than three decades in the classroom.
Brockington, an 18-year-old transgender man, was known as a girl until his sophomore year at East Mecklenburg High. He sought to mentor others dealing with transgender issues.
Barbara Watson of Pinewood Elementary and Bobby Miller of Sharon Elementary are competing against eight other finalists in a national competition sponsored by Cintas.
What started as a drive to collect 300 pairs of new and gently worn shoes by members of C.N. Jenkins Memorial Presbyterian Church ended Sunday with more than 1,000 pairs collected for homeless residents and others in need.
After three years on dialysis, Henrietta McClain says she is now doing fine, thanks to a donor kidney. The experience has focused her attention on health.
Stuck in a rut? Consider your friends and associates. Are they holding you back with negative attitudes?
Speaking at an NAACP women’s luncheon, Congresswoman Alma Adams said women have made substantial gains, as her elections proves, but have not achieved gender equality.
The 66-year-old president of the Levine Museum of the New South said it's time to spend more time with family and to pursue a “more relaxed pace.”
For Jeannine Sargent of Charlotte, her dream of owning a fitness studio for women began to take shape after she entered an online competition.
The daylong event, hosted by the National Association of Black Journalists, is scheduled for April 16 at the Central Piedmont Community College Harris Conference Center.
North Carolina native Tony Grant, who has a co-staring role in the Tyler Perry television comedy “Love Thy Neighbor,” talks with Qcitymetro about his life, his work and the new CD he'll soon release.
Leo Ortiz moved to Charlotte eight moths ago to open the new Microsoft Store in SouthPark Mall. Shortly thereafter, he said, he experienced his most memorable moment here so far.
With all that goes on in our lives, what time are we setting aside for prayer and reflection?
The old lions of the Civil Rights Movement are gradually and quietly passing off the scene. Someone must preserve and repeat their stories for generations yet unborn.