- Slam Poetry - Staceyann Chin | Jan. 27
- Biology Lecture: Topics in Movement Ecology | Jan. 27
- Davidson Reads: Gwendolyn Heasley and Rebecca Joubin | Jan. 27
- Ethics and Religion Lecture: "Jesus and Justice" | Jan. 28
- 24 Hours of Booty Pre-Registration Kickoff Party | Jan. 28
- Mark Curry at the Comedy Zone | Jan. 29
- 24 Hours of Booty Registration Kickoff | Jan. 29
The move comes as police departments nationwide have come under closer scrutiny following a string of high-profile incidents in which police killed unarmed civilians.
The week ahead will be a busy one. Here are five things we think you should know.
The 77-year-old actor/comedian will not be performing in Charlotte on Feb. 22. In a statement released by his booking agency, Cosby blamed a "scheduling conflict."
CMPD Chief Rodney Monroe said the drop in violent crime amounted to approximately 1,000 fewer victims of the most serious crimes.
The shooting was reported late Tuesday at an apartment complex in the 7100 block of Wallace Road, near Independence Boulevard.
In a one-on-one with Qcitymetro, the Charlotte mayor talks about whether he will seek an elected term, his leadership style, his record with black voters, and much more.
Speaking to more than 1,100 people at the YMCA’s 21st annual event, former NAACP President Benjamin Jealous encouraged those in attendance to get involved in issues that matter to them.
Scene at the annual MLK Holiday Parade in uptown Charlotte, Saturday, January 17, 2015.
Janice Moss says she wants to get off the blood pressure medications she's been taking for about 10 years. She is part of a church team enrolled in the Village HeartBEAT wellness program.
Johnson C. Smith University's athletics director announced late Wednesday that he had accepted the resignation of head football coach Steven B. Aycock, who ended the last season with a 3-7 record.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools general counsel George Battle III accused a board member Tuesday of waging a campaign to undermine him.
The victim, a 22-year-old man, died Wednesday when he was struck by a car while attempting to cross John Price Road near S. Tryon Street.
Joyce Waddell resigned from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board to join the North Carolina Senate, now board members are looking to fill her District 3 seat.
Gerian Eugene Taylor, 20, is suspected in the Jan. 8 killings of Jeanila Adams Weber, 44, and Donald Ray Matthews, 52, in northwest Charlotte.
More than 150 members of the Park Church and Myers Park United Methodist came together Saturday for a screening and a discussion of the civil rights-era film “Selma."
The shooting was reported early Tuesday inside a home near Rozzelles Ferry Road and may have been drug related.
The Arts & Science Council president spoke with Qcitymetro about Saturday's schedule of free public events and the organization's shift to a new fundraising model.
The three-year grant will help support the museum’s “Family Day” program and its free admission to military members. A portion also will be used to strengthen the museum's fundraising efforts.
The nine-foot painting was discovered in the studio of Alabama native Barbara Pennington and had not been seen in years.
UPDATE: Police on Tuesday arrested a man sought in connection with a west Charlotte shooting that left a 26-year-old man dead near Tuckaseegee Road.
The incident happened just before 2 p.m. inside the Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant at the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Images from around Charlotte on New Year's Eve.
Charlotte mentor and volunteer has led a weekly book club at Olympic High School for seven years.
On Saturday, at the 16th Annual Citywide Kwanzaa Celebration, hosted by the Nubian Rootz Cultural Center, Reggie Singleton will receive the Kalongi Bartee Award for his work mentoring African American boys.
William Wilson, a Charlotte custom clothier, writes about his arduous struggle -- and current success -- as an entrepreneur and businessman.
Reaching your destiny in life requires intentional work, so set aside some time to realize and work toward your higher purpose.
Barnes, the current mayor pro tem, made the announcement late Wednesday on his Facebook page, joining a growing list of Democrats lining up to run for mayor.
After years of owning a catering and event-planning business in South Florida, Chef Kelly moved to Charlotte for business and family.
It’s not too late for America. We can still defeat the triple evils of poverty, racism, and violence.
Qcitymetro is giving away free tickets to three of the hottest events in Charlotte. Be sure to enter our drawings.
Rock Hill native Carl Long used baseball to escape segregation and broke the color barrier of the Carolina League as its first black pro ballplayer. He died Monday after a long illness.
Inspired at an early age by the legendary singer Leontyne Price, Graham is among a handful of black dramatic sopranos. She will perform the title role of Turandot in Opera Carolina’s current production.
The president of Charlotte’s NAACP branch, Rev. Kojo Nantambu, has resigned after six years of leading the local civil rights organization, according to NAACP officials.
Tuesday was another big day for U.S. Rep. Alma Adams. Not only was she sworn in to start her first full term, she also became the 100th woman serving in the current Congress.
Goals are important, and looking forward to a fresh new year is great, but we should apply that same intensity to celebrating the blessings we currently enjoy.
Dawkins moved to Charlotte about a month ago to launch a new business. Meanwhile, she has been keeping herself busy getting to know the place.
As 2014 fades into history, the staff at Qcitymetro took off on a trip down memory lane to compile a list of our best-read content from the year that was.
On Friday, Ziad and his jazz quartet (plus others) will be on stage at Knight Theater when the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art throws a birthday bash to celebrate the museum’s fifth anniversary.
QCITY AT THE MOVIES
Because the film is written by and stars Chris Rock, you might expect a pure comedy. What you get is something else.
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.
She needed a car. She prayed for a car. But when her car finally arrived, Tanya Wilson was not ready for what she received.
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