Saying goodbye to summer doesn’t have to be a sentimental ending when you consider it’s also a beginning — the kick off to autumn and the holiday season.
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.
Sometimes, you don’t know what to think. You hear both sides of a story, both conflicting. Rumors are whispered, denials issued and you’re left to make up your own mind.
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.
Readers respond to Mecklenburg County commissioners’ vote on transgender worker protections.
Which social justice issues — like poverty, homelessness, education or healthcare — do you believe Charlotte’s LGBT community should address?
Campus Pride has announced that it is accepting applications and nominations from LGBT and ally leaders for the National Voice & Action Award.
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.