Recent News & Features
Topic was considered, but moderator says candidates' positions already well known
Questions on LGBT equality were omitted by moderators and journalists during the first televised debate between Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate in North Carolina.
Student says school had no dress code for event
A female student says she was kicked out of her prom for wearing pants and says she wants an apology from the school, which allegedly had not previously communicated a dress code for the event.
Attorneys convinced Frazier Glenn Miller tied to Shelby gay bookstore murders
Two defense attorneys Frazier Glenn Miller should have been considered the prime suspect in a 1987 Shelby, N.C., crime that, to this day, remains unsolved.
Same-sex couples in N.C., S.C. say state governments' tax treatments unfair
Same-sex couples in state capitals in North Carolina and South Carolina plan to hold Tax Day protests tomorrow, calling upon their state governments to recognize their legal marriages.
North Carolina furniture company Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams sponsors ad
The executive director of a homeless LGBT youth shelter in New York City writes in a full-page New York Times ad and open letter to Pope Francis today that the church must stop teaching homosexuality is sin. The letter also invites the pope to visit with homeless youth affected by the church’s teachings.
Three Bone Theatre wins a new fan
This casual theatre observer thinks “Shakespeare’s R&J” was a real treat, and Three Bone Theatre has certainly won over a new fan.
CPCC, CMS students push for inclusion
Charlotte has seen a flurry of attention, advocacy and activism on behalf of transgender rights as community members, activists and organizations have rallied around transgender young people seeking safety and inclusion at local schools.