Country music megastar Brad Paisley debuted the title track to his 2011 album “This is Country Music” to a standing ovation at the 44th annual Country Music Association Awards in Nashville, Tenn., in November 2010.
Local LGBT history must be preserved. It is essential for our community’s past, our present and our future. Documenting our history in publicly-viewable and publicly-accessible ways also acts to ensure that our community, its past struggles and its past victories, are not forgotten.
It’s been nearly 10 years since qnotes last performed a large-scale, in-depth reader survey. Starting with this March 29 issue and continuing through April 30, we’re launching our 2013 QNotes Reader Survey.
In Tuscaloosa Alabama we have begun bridging the gap between the local community and the academic collegiate world. I, and many others, are part of Southerners on New Ground.
Do you believe the City of Charlotte or Mecklenburg County would ever agree to place LGBT-related historic markers in significant local locations?
Time Out Youth (TOY) will hold its annual prom on April 27, 7:30-10.30 p.m., at Grand Central, 1000 Central Ave. Theme is “A Night Beyond the Stars!”