Comedian Sandra Bernhard has a career miles and miles long, including stand-up comedy, TV and music. She’s even written books. Of it all, she tells qnotes that performing live is her favorite.
Under blue skies on Aug. 25, a cheering crowd waving rainbow flags lined Tryon Street to revel in the first gay pride parade in Charlotte in 19 years.
The Mecklenburg LGBT Political Action Committee (MeckPAC) has released its slate of primary endorsements in local city elections.
With over 6,000 attendees in 2012, Charlotte Fashion Week is quickly becoming one of the most hopping style events in the Queen City each year.
Because of you, this year’s Charlotte Pride rocked! Charlotte’s LGBT community, along with straight allies and folks from across the region — and even the nation — turned out in droves for a two-day festival Aug. 24-25 that was bigger and better than ever.
What was your favorite part of Charlotte Pride this year?
Almost hidden from the public behind a main stair case in the large James E. Shepard Library at North Carolina Central University in Durham, N.C., is what remains from Durham’s F. W. Woolworth lunch counter.
Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) is seeking supporters for its annual signature ad in the Independent Weekly due to be published in September 2013.