The National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc., Queen City Metropolitan Chapter will host the 2017 Healthy Living Expo on March 4 from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the Carole Hoefener Center (610 E. Seventh Street) in Uptown Charlotte. Gloria Kelley from NCBW-QCMC and Dianna Ward discuss the event on WBTV.
“At first we bought two of everything,” says Bridgette E. Wright, editor-in-chief of Carolina Style and mother of two sets of twins, ages 6 years and 7 months. “It wasn’t until the second set of twins came around that we realized you only need one changing table and one of each toy…” Read the rest […]
Carlos V. Davis discusses the 3rd Annual Charlotte Professional Networking Week on Bounce TV in Charlotte.
“Even though it seems daunting, making friends in your thirties is an essential. “Stable female connections and friendships are significant as women in their thirties develop a new level of freedom and self-awareness,” explains therapist Shamanda Burston.” Read the rest here.
“R&B/Soul Singer, Keeyen Martin recently released the new single “Show Me” from his upcoming EP The Suitcase EP. This melodic tune reminds us of the feelings of LOVE!”…read the rest here.
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“I had the chance to interview upcoming talent Jason Jet. Jason resides in Charlotte, North Carolina, but was born in Iceland. He’s spent his live in multiple states. Half due to being a Navy child and he also enjoys traveling. Jason’s dad started him off by playing drums at a young age. An interesting fact […]
Popular Style Expert and Men’s Fashion Blogger Paris Pullen decided to take the “Lanzetta” signature Made Lifestyle Collection pocket square for a spin as the brand’s newest “Made Man.” Click here for a First Look at the campaign.
Rudy Currence talks with Good Day Charlotte about his career and up coming events, and performs current single “Royal Blue.”
Quentin Talley, founder and artistic director of On Q Performing Arts, Inc. appeared on Fox 46 Charlotte to discuss the preservation of Black History through the arts.
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