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Playing the Field: Pro teams keep fans busy

Match-ups from across the Carolinas

As the year came to an end, most if not all of our local sports teams are taking a break for the holiday season. So, let us take a look at the Carolinas’ professional sports teams seasons thus far.

Musical ‘Book of Mormon’ opens in Charlotte tonight

Acclaimed musical comes from same creative team that envisioned 'South Park'

Award-winning musical “The Book of Mormon” opens today at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, bringing bawdy humor and a satirical look on religion, missionaries and social issues like homosexuality to a town known for skittishness on provocative art and theatre.

2013 Year in Review

Arts. Entertainment. News. Views. 2013.

qnotes has scoured its archives and presents its most memorable, most read and most interesting news and feature stories from 2013.

2013 Year in Review: A banner year for progress

The top stories of 2013 reflect significant local, national achievements

2013 was a year of remarkable change and progress, from the national level all the way down to the local. LGBT community members and organizations saw gains in local and national policy and law, celebrated big with historic wins and came together for forward progress like never before.

A Boy Scout remembers a powerful 2013

Editor's Note

As each year comes to a close, each of us have the opportunity to pause and reflect on what the passing year has meant to us. For me, the year was especially powerful and memorable.

Austin has local roots, passion

Charlotte Council’s Al Austin becomes third openly gay rep, seeks to focus on public safety, housing, transporation and revitalization

For native Charlottean Al Austin, his election to help lead his hometown on City Council is the realization of a dream two decades in the making.