Jason Vicks, owner of Kalu Asian Kitchen, was led away from his uptown establishment in handcuffs Saturday night and charged with violating the city's noise ordinance. Police said he had received several warnings.
With so many activities and so many people, the whole event can seem overwhelming. Just follow these easy tips, and you’ll minimize your chances of having an awful time.
It's the last big day of events for the 2012 edition of CIAA. Check out our picks for the best places to party.
When it comes to CIAA week, there's so much to do and so little time. Let Qcitymetro help make sense of the madness.
The CIAA party season got into full swing Thursday night, and Qcitymetro trekked down to uptown to check out two shindigs.
President Obama’s grassroots organization, Organizing for America North Carolina, kicked off its official CIAA weekend of action voter registration drive today.
As the CIAA celebrates its centennial this week, the conference's storied past offers a lesson in survival, outliving racism, horrible gyms, defections and near extinction.
The first lady will join N.C. Sen. Kay Hagan and a group of local school children for a "Let’s Move!" on-court event during the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Tournament and 100th Anniversary celebration on Friday.
For the second year the Charlotte Black Film Festival (CBFF) will screen three days of independent films that express the African American experience.
The First Lady of Fitness stopped by Friday to promote her “Let’s Move!” initiative, a health and fitness effort that focuses on addressing the problem of childhood obesity.
Police reported no major incidents related to the weekend event, but 32 people were arrested in the center city between Thursday afternoon and Sunday morning.
In the first of two title games today, the women of Johnson C. Smith will seek to avenge last year's loss to Shaw University. On the men's side, it's Winston-Salem State vs Elizabeth City State.
Police and security guards had to turn people away from the EpiCentre Friday after the uptown hot spot reached its maximum capacity of 2,225 people. CMPD reported five arrests for the evening
We hit the streets of uptown Charlotte to find some of the stories and everyday folks who make CIAA so much fun.
Our intrepid reporter is out again, checking out parties across the city ... whether he likes it or not.
Two of the biggest entertainment acts scheduled to appear in Charlotte this weekend for the CIAA Tournament won't be coming.
The First Lady of Fitness will be at Time Warner Cable Arena today to promote her “Let’s Move” initiative to combat childhood obesity. Plus, check out our other top picks for today.
Joyce Larkins traveled to the Qcity from Atlanta for CIAA weekend — and she brought her 34-foot cigar hospitality suite along with her.
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