Come join us for the next Qnotes Connect on Thursday, May 11 at Sidelines Sports Bar & Billiards and celebrate 37 YEARS OF QNOTES in Charlotte!!!

Qnotes Connect is a series of programs and events designed to build stronger connections between local LGBTQ journalists and the community we serve. We want to make sure we are constantly centering the voices of LGBTQ+ residents in all of our work.

Representatives from Solutions Journalism Network will be filming to showcase the work of your local LGBTQ news source – now serving the community for OVER 37 YEARS!!! . Share your ideas with us. Meet and chat with your favorite reporters. Come meet other people in the community who believe a strong LGBTQ press is important.

Sidelines Sports Bar & Billiards

4544 South Blvd., Charlotte, NC

Giveaways, drinks and more

Karaoke Thursdays next door at Argon immediately following Qnotes Connect

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Supporters of LGBTQ+ rights protest event at Union County library

Nearly three dozen people protested a Constitution Day event in Union County on Saturday because they say county library officials favored one event over another. The spirited group involving members of Union County Pride, faith-based organizations and others staged a peaceful protest at the Monroe-based main branch on Windsor Street. They oppose the county’s recent…


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