Tonight Breaking Bread with Levine Museum: Women In Social Change: The Issues, the March, The Movement End Women’s History Month witha dinner dialogue about community issues. 6:30 p.m. tonight. Levine Museum of the New South $40 Friday Miles & Coltrane: Blue On Q’s popular production of Miles & Coltrane: Blue ends this weekend. The production […]

Dumezweni isn't a well-known name in the U.S., but the Swaziland-born actress has gained critical acclaim by winning the Olivier Award for her role in A Raisin In The Sun. The award is Britain's equivalent to the Tonys.

Hey Mom and Dad! Fall is officially here, which means it will be a little cooler and wet outside. So if you’re like me, you’re already looking for activities you can do with the kids indoors. Well, I have an idea! Take them to see Africa Umoja, “The Spirit of Togetherness” October 14th – 18th […]


Dan Davis of Detroit might get our vote for father and neighbor of the year. In a time where there are so many depressing stories…

The Harvest Center of Charlotte, in partnership with The Children’s Theatre of Charlotte is proud to present the inspirational holiday classic Commedia Christmas Carol! The…

The young black man was walking to the store when he supposedly insulted a white woman. The store owner and his son, allegedly chased the black man, beat him and shot and him dead. No, this wasn’t Emmett Till. And this tragedy didn’t happen in the 1950s. The victim was Henry Marrow, and the year […]

The Power Morning Crew Exclusive Power 107.5’s PMC had a chance to sit down with Eva Pigford and JD Lawrence who were in town promoting his new play Me & Mrs. Jones. First thing we noticed is that Eva looked too good for it to be this early in the morning. Once we calmed down […]

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“The Mojo and the Sayso,” by Aishah Rahman, tells the story of an all too familiar tale of a family grappling with the loss of a loved one in an accidental police shooting. The play examines how the Benjamin family copes with the tragedy without self-destructing. It as times funny and furious. It is dedicated […]

Mike Wiley’s play about a murder in Oxford not only exposed audiences to a little known piece of American history, but it revealed a local connection to the Oxford tragedy. Charlotte attorney James Ferguson was a special assistant to the Oxford prosecutor in the 1970 case. “Blood Done Signed My Name” examines how the murder […]