Taste of the Nation Charlotte drew several hundred people to the annual fundraiser at the Atrium Uptown. Dozens of area restaurants participated. Eighty percent of the proceeds go to Culinary School of the Arts and SEcond Harvest Food Bank.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg NAACP will host its first Candidate Forum for Mecklenburg County Commission in conjunction with the General Body meeting today Monday, April 19th, 2010 at Little Rock AME Zion Church. The regular meeting begins at 5:30 PM followed by the forum from 6-8 PM.
On Saturday, Charlotte Style Magazine honored the 25 most stylish people in Charlotte. The event at the Ballantyne Hotel featured a fashion show and was a fundraiser for the American Heart Association.
The Who's Who of Black Charlotte attended the JCSU 2nd Annual Arch of Triumph Gala at the Charlotte Convention Center on Saturday. Attendees included the Gantts, Rep. Mel Watt, Urban League president Patrick Graham and numerous elected officials and city leaders.
For several weeks, officials at the Quail Hollow Championship had a contingency plan in place should Tiger Woods decide to play the Charlotte event. Those plans went into action Thursday when Woods committed to play the April 26-May 2 event at the Quail Hollow Club.
Bishop L. Spenser Smith gets you ready for love every Wednesday at 3:10PM. Today he shares some springtime tips for the men. Take a listen!
The Fly Jock Tom Joyner stopped at the Wal-Mart SuperCenter on South Tryon Street in Charlotte yesterday to help spread awareness about the U.S. Census. His stop was part of a 14-city bus tour that he and the rest of the Tom Joyner Morning Show are making to cities across the country to encourage people to be counted in the 2010 Census.