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Medium | Last updated: 07/02 RSS

From hometown hits to national favorites, Medium critiques music, movies and books and offers perspectives on cultural happenings through an artistic lens. Contact mediumdth@gmail.com with questions, ideas, and more.

Canvas | Last updated: 07/02 RSS

Your DTH dose of all things artistic! Canvas covers the flourishing culture of the Chapel Hill/Carrboro area, providing event previews, show reviews and in-depth looks at local artists. For more information, questions or comments, contact "arts@dailytarheel.com":mailto:arts@dailytarheel.com.

Pit Talk | Last updated: 07/02 RSS

Campus news and happenings. If you have questions or comments, e-mail dthpittalk@gmail.com. Opinions expressed in blog posts are those of the authors, and not of The Daily Tar Heel.

Town Talk | Last updated: 07/02 RSS

Town Talk covers people, events, businesses and local government in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area. Check out our two weekly series: Humans of Chapel Hill and Live from Franklin Tweet. Email questions, concerns or comments to city@dailytarheel.com.

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From the Press Box | Last updated: 06/12 RSS

From the Press Box presents a collection of in-game and post-game recaps for weekend sports action in addition to notes from practices and other entertaining stories throughout the week. Contact sports@dailytarheel.com with questions or comments.

View from the Hill | Last updated: 04/23 RSS

Raleigh and Washington Politics from a Tar Heel Perspective. Email tips and comments to dthviewfromthehill@gmail.com.

You Asked for It | Last updated: 04/15 RSS

Drew Goins and Kelsey Weekman are You Asked for It, UNC-Chapel Hill's premier (only!) advice column. This is where we stash our extras, questions not fit to print, things we do while procrastinating, etc. Opinions are their own and DEFINITELY do not reflect those of The Daily Tar Heel. Email comments, concerns, public records requests and eerily personal fan mail to dthyafi@gmail.com.

Dress Code | Last updated: 02/18 RSS

For the fashionable students of UNC, Dress Code is here for outfit inspiration and trend watches on and around campus. Dress Code is run by a team of DTH staff writers, and opinions in this blog do not represent the opinions of The Daily Tar Heel. Contact online@dailytarheel.com with questions or ideas.

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#tbt: Music Review: Holy Ghost Tent Revival

Every week, Medium will post a story or review from the vault, #tbt style. This week: a review of Holy Ghost Tent Revival's album, Sweat Like The Old Days, written by former Diversions staffer Thompson Wall. Originally published on the Diversions blog on Aug. 22, 2012, this review is in anticipation ...

Perspective: Is Hillary Clinton basically Frank Underwood?

In celebration of the Fourth of July, Arts & Culture Editor Sarah Vassello encourages Americans to look past the charm of political entertainment and get to the issues. 

Quick does not disappoint with hopeful "Love May Fail"

Arts & Culture Editor Sarah Vassello discusses Matthew Quick's newest novel, "Love May Fail" as part of Pageturner Tuesday, giving it 3.5 out of 5 stars for its largely inspirational message.

Chapel Hill reacts to SCOTUS marriage decision: June 26, 2015

We've compiled an overview of local reactions to the Supreme Court ruling in favor of same-sex marriage on June 26.

Perspective: Haters to the Left — An Ode to Hilary

Remember when you thought Hilary Duff was 'So Yesterday?' Director of Investigations and Special Projects Sam Sabin is here to prove you wrong. 

'Paigeturner' Tuesday: 'If You're Lucky' inconsistently thrilling

Editor-in-chief Paige Ladisic continues #PageturnerTuesday with â€œIf You’re Lucky," a young adult thriller by Yvonne Prinz due in stores this October. But it isn’t as thrilling throughout the entire book as it is for roughly 20 pages near the end, and that made it just an okay read.

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Feelings About Trailers: Thoughts at 3 a.m.

They say don’t judge a book by its cover, but can you judge a movie by its trailer? In this semi-weekly, less than professional series, we’ll review newly released trailers of upcoming movies.