Raise your hands!

CHARLOTTE — The Lesbian & Gay Community Center is seeking lesbian and bisexual volunteers. The administrator, Fred Brazzell, wants the people who sit at the front desk to reflect the face of the LGBT community. So far, only guys volunteer, and Brazzell wants a broader representation of the community.

He is looking for women to sit at the front desk and assist with general greeting and phone answering.

For more information or to volunteer, email Teresa Davis at ethnicfoodjunkie@yahoo.com.

Talk show to hold taping

CHARLOTTE — LezView, the Queen City’s first lesbian talk show, will have a live taping on May 2 at Situations Lounge, 7801 University City Blvd., at 6 p.m.

The L Network is the presenter. Admission is $7. Complimentary food will be available (while it lasts!).

This is open to the whole community.

LezView is currently looking to fill their audience. Come on out and be a part of history. Once you pay your admission, they will ask that you sign a waiver form to be a part of the studio audience. You do not have to be in the audience in order to come out and show your support. For more information or to sign up early, email lezview@gmail.com, subject line, Audience. Promoters will send you the detailed time and date and recommended dress attire.

The Charlotte Gay and Lesbian Professionals Meetup Group will also be on hand at the May 2 event. Don’t forget to bring business cards for the information table.

LezView is currently looking for sponsors for their grand opening. If you would like to be a featured sponsor send all emails to lezview@gmail.com, subject line, Sponsorship.

Let LezView feature you. Are you currently working on the next best idea or trying to promote your business? Space is going fast, so if you are trying to get your information out to a large number of people, sign up now. Email lezview@gmail.com, subject line, Promote Me.

Lainey Millen

Lainey Millen is QNotes' former associate editor, special assignments writer, N.C. and U.S./World News Notes columnist and production director.

One reply on “Charlotte: Talk show to hold taping”

  1. Maybe if the community center were accessible by public transportation more people would volunteer. The leadership of the center doesn’t seem to get it that the people who need the center the most, can’t get there. Get a clue and move back to the Gayborhood!

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