Townes Mozer, founder of Lenny Boy Brewing, pulls a glass of kombucha. Photo by Kiarra Murrill Could a 2,000-year-old fermented tea propel Charlotte into the ranks of Atlanta and New Bern, North Carolina, which launched the most iconic beverages of the last 150 years? Probably not, says the founder of Charlotte’s oldest kombucha brewery, Lenny Boy […]
Supported by the James L. Knight School of Communication, the Queens University News Service covers the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community.
At around 4 p.m., nurse Lydia Bohinski begins her day. She puts on her scrubs and packs her lunch before heading to a 12-hour shift at Duke Hospital in Durham, only to get home and repeat the same schedule the next day. Or sometimes even for the next five days — a harsh reality for […]
Recently, Charlotte Lit partnered with Queens University of Charlotte to hold a poetry reading in the Gambrell Center on campus. Events like this give easier access to college students and allow poetry to be appreciated by a wider audience. We all benefit from a sense of community, a group where we feel supported and encouraged. […]