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Year in Review 2015: The Carolinas — Looking back

News spans diverse landscape

Five members of an anti-LGBT church in Springdale, N.C., The Word of Faith Fellowship, were indicted on felony charges stemming from a young gay man being kidnapped and abused by them because of his sexual orientation. The grand jury released the indictments on Dec. 9, 2014.

HIV/AIDS year in review

Progress on many fronts

Over 30 years ago scientists discovered the virus that causes AIDS and since then the developments in treatment and care have helped patients live longer, healthier lives.

Charlotte musician releases debut album

Rolfe Neigenfind continues on musical journey

Rolfe Neigenfind started his musical career at a young age. When he was five years old, Neigenfind spotted a piano through the window at his neighbor’s house.

Historic Salisbury Foundation’s OctoberTour of Homes showcases noted properties

Annual event marks 40th year

The Historic Salisbury Foundation is celebrating its 40th Annual OctoberTour of homes on Oct. 10-11. Thirteen homes are on display, including the Patrons’ Porch, which will play host to the Patrons’ Party, honoring sponsors and homeowners on Oct. 8, and will offer refreshments, spirits and hors d’oeuvres during tour hours.

Our People: Q&A with Arron Malachi

Entertainer, photographer

Singer and parodist Arron Malachi learned the power of comedic performance at a young age. He recalls being in the sixth or seventh grade when he faced down a girl on his bus that had been picking on him for some time.

Charlotte LGBTQ Archive named for community members

Honors activists Don King, Sue Henry and Blake Brockington

The Charlotte LGBTQ Archive officially has a name. On Sept. 17 at The University of North Carolina – Charlotte, archivist and professor Joshua Burford honored three local activists during a naming ceremony for The Donald King, Sue Henry, and Blake Brockington Collection.