Staff writer Charlie Shelton talked to John Claude Bemis, author of “The Clockwork Dark” trilogy, about the inspiration behind his books and what steampunk means to him before his book signing at the Ackland Museum Store on Thursday.
Assistant Arts Editor Josephine Yurcaba spoke with one of the producers for MTV’s “Catfish,” Valerie Hamerling, about the prevalence of online dating and what Nev and Max look for in applications for the show.
Assistant Arts Editor Josephine Yurcaba attended the April 25th performance of “Spring Training” and gives the performance 5 stars.
It’s about to get freaky in the Carrboro ArtsCenter.
Most people would not want to be sad on their birthday, but for the Center for the Study of the American South, having the blues was the perfect way to celebrate.
Glenna Batson’s lecture today, “Dance for Parkinson’s … Exploring the Brain’s Movement Potential,” is the latest installment in the Friday Center’s series “What’s the Big Idea?” Batson is a former professor of physical therapy at Winston-Salem State University and an independent researcher on the effects of dance on Parkinson’s patients.
Chapel Hill’s local Triangle Bikeworks is continuing to stay green by hosting their second annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival.
Art professor elin o’Hara slavick’s connection to Hiroshima began when she was young.
Hanes Art Center hosted a birthday party Saturday for one of UNC’s youngest a capella groups.
Erlin A. Geffrard, also known as the Kreyola Kid, is a multimedia and hip-hop artist whose work often deals with racism, diversity, sexuality and environmental issues. He will be performing and displaying his visual art along with a multimedia installation today at 7 p.m. at Smash Studios on Franklin Street.