By

Pride Staff

Two Styles, One Design

By Cheryl Luckett Interior Designer Developing a design plan for clients is not always an easy task.  Add to that conflicting styles and you’ve got a recipe for disaster.  When I’m pulling together spaces for couples there are a few things that I like to keep in mind that I believe are keys to merging two design aesthetics into one.…

The Rundown: Things to do – March 31 – April 3

By Shawn Allison What’s Up Queen City?  I hope you all have had a wonderful week.   Now it’s time to kick back and relax because I’ve got the weekend goods for you. I think you’ll love It. So without further adieu… THURSDAY, March 31 The Charlotte African-American Festival returns for 2016 with a weekend chock-full of activities for all ages. …

7 Steps To Boost Your Credit Score

By Marsha Barnes Marsha Barnes, The Finance Bar I can’t recall a single time in any of my finance dealings or client relations that the topic of credit reports hasn’t come up. How important is that magic number? EXTREMELY IMPORTANT. While this is another task to add to our personal finance plans, we cannot neglect to study it, research how we can make ours better, and understand the impact of the nuts and bolts within it.…

Top 20 Cities for Single Moms to Live

In celebration of Women’s History Month, WalletHub conducted a study to find the best and worst cities for single moms and their families to live. With single mother households making up a quarter of all U.S. household, the website looked at 150 of the largest cities across 17 key metrics.…

Where to go, What to Do – March 18 -20th

By Shawn Allison There’s a lot to do in the Queen City this weekend. Get out, enjoy the beautiful weather and explore. FRIDAY, March 18 Come out to Advent Coworking for the Best Minds CityJamCLT Conference.  The goal of this conference is to creatively search for solutions for problems that are prevalent in the Charlotte area. …