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QNotes – Page 383 – Gay Charlotte and LGBTQ Carolina News, Arts & Entertainment

Our People: Q&A with Blaze

Our People

Blaze, 36, the owner and event coordinator at SugaWalls Entertainment, may be known for great parties and nightlife, but you won’t find this promoter hanging at the club on a night off.

Is local gay rights movement over?

Policy reform would suggest so, but advocates say otherwise

On a recent Tuesday evening, dozens of LGBT community members and leaders gathered at a private home to meet with elected officials and candidates running for City Council.

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‘Cock’ tackles personal discovery, exploration

Play will be last time Queen City Theatre Company performs at Spirit Square

Now playing through Nov. 23, Queen City Theatre Company’s regional premiere of “Cock” will be the last time the non-profit theatre company performs at Duke Energy Theatre at Spirit Square.

Mission accepted: Newspaper expands to social justice focus

Editor's Note

Change and progress. It’s always a good thing. Even here at qnotes. Since 1986, this newspaper has worked to chronicle the story of LGBT life in Charlotte and across the Carolinas.

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Triad: It’s movie time!

Carolinas News Notes

Out at the Movies will present “Southern Baptist Sissies” on Nov. 9, 7 p.m., at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, 1533 S. Main St.