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On Wednesday night, after the state Senate voted to approve House Bill 755, the “Parents’ Bill of Rights,” State Rep. Cecil Brockman sounded exhausted. “I can’t believe this is what we’re talking about right now in our short session,” said Brockman, a Guilford County Democrat and vice-chair of the house standing committee on K-12 education. […]
It comes as no surprise that North Carolina Republicans are adamant their new House Bill […]
Pride month is once more upon us, and although we should celebrate our accomplishments and […]
Imagine living in an 8-foot by 44-foot space. Since 2019, David Matthews and Eddie Vandermark, better known online as the “Full-Time Gays” have called an RV their home as they traverse the country in search of LGBTQ campgrounds. “Big Blanche,” as they call the RV, isn’t lacking in any of the modern conveniences […]
From the producer of “The Lion King” and “Aladdin” comes “Frozen,” the Tony-nominated for Best Musical show, now on tour across North America and headed for Charlotte June 15-26. Heralded by The New Yorker as “thrilling” and “genuinely moving,” “Frozen” features the songs many know and love from the original Oscar-winning film, […]
Pride is a Protest. This month harmful legislation has threatened our community, while we continue to deal with our books, our lives, and our stories being banned. We still face housing insecurity, social stigma, and lack of inclusive healthcare. Join Equality NC on Monday, June 13 at 5:00pm to lift your voices, to chant, to sign, to tell North Carolina we are here, we are beautiful and we will not be silenced. Make your favorite LGBTQ+ signs or recreate your favorite historical LGBTQ+ Protest Sign. Equality NC will have speakers to share on the fight against HB755, and on their stories of lived equality and more!
June 13, 5:00 p.m.
It’s the inaugural concert of Charlotte’s newest ensemble: The Women’s Chorus of Charlotte.
Amazing music covering a wide musical spectrum: Wings by Little Mix, Drivers License by Grammy Award winner Olivia Rodrigo, In Time of Silver Rain by Sara Quartel, audience favorite No Mirrors in My Nanna’s House by the incomparable Ysaÿe Barnwell, Wedding Qawwali by A. R. Rahmen all the from Bollywood, and more.
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church
June 17, 7:30 p.m.
June 18, 7:30 p.m.