Join us on Tuesday, January 24 for the official kick off of Qnotes Connect, 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.

Come meet the staff of Qnotes in this casual social event. Share your ideas with us. Meet and chat with your favorite reporter. Come meet other people in the community who believe a strong LGBTQ press is important.

NODA Company CANTEEN at Camp North End

1824 Statesville Ave., Charlotte, NC

@Boileryard at Camp North End


  • Complimentary hors d’oeuvres from Bleu Barn Bistro
  • Giveaways, drinks and more

This event is supported by the Solutions Journalism Network. Learn more

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Time Out Youth Deputy Executive Director resigns

O’Neale Atkinson, a previous editor of Qnotes, and staffer at Charlotte’s former LGBTQ Center, has served in some form or fashion at Time Out Youth (TOY) for more than 10 years. In a recent release from Time Out that included a video clip, Atkinson officially announced he had come to a decision last year that he…


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