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Cat’s Cradle and Love Chapel Hill are hosting “The Sound of Solidarity Concert” on Saturday, which benefits refugees
Parachute, a critically acclaimed, Charlottesville, Virginia-based band, will perform at Cat’s Cradle tonight.
If you drank it, but it doesn't exist, the 410 calories don’t count, right?
Linda’s Bar and Grill is a classic go-to on Franklin for every occasion. Offering a wide selection of regular menu items and drink selections, Linda’s has a little something for everybody.
The LBGTQ Center of Durham isn’t exactly what one might expect when imagining a center created to act as a network of support for Durham’s queer community: it’s a large purple house, and on Saturday, it was a packed one.
As one of the most popular restaurants on Franklin Street, and undoubtedly a home for sports watching, families and an unmatched Carolina energy, Top of the Hill feels like home. To accurately capture the essence of the restaurant, we began with the way it sounds. Top of the Hill Jeffrey Wardwell, Floor Manager, shared his list of 20 songs classic to the restaurant.
Monday night, Local 506 hosted the fifth annual Broadway Twisted — a show that's dedicated to the North Carolina AIDS Action Network and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Sometimes bad things happen to good people.
In an effort to capture the sounds of the city, we're talking to each classic Chapel Hill bar and asking them to make a playlist of what they think their bar sounds like
Kevin Garrett is a singer/songwriter from Pennsylvania who played at Cat's Cradle on Sunday night. He’s toured with Alessia Cara, Oh Wonder, James Vincent McMorrow, and, soon, Mumford and Sons.
In the past few weeks, Monday night trivia at Country Fried Duck has been a trending event. From SpongeBob SquarePants trivia to last night's Mean Girls trivia, the venue has gained a reputation for fun and relatable game nights. Staff writer Joseph Held spoke to Country Fried Duck Manager John Gunn about pop culture, sex trivia and the game itself.
UNC Habitat for Humanity is hosting Mixed Concrete, the sixth annual art auction, this Saturday at 6 p.m. at TRU Deli + Wine to raise money to build a home for a family in need.
The fourth Oscars Preview Night, sponsored by the Program in the Humanities and the General Alumni Association, took place last night at the Varsity Theater.
This week marks the first time in months the high temperature will be hovering around 70 degrees each day.
This week has been rough for a lot of people, myself included. Music is one of the few things that helps.
Whether you live on or off campus, we all have our lazy moments when dining out is just too much of a hassle. Even when the dining hall is a five-minute walk from home or less, delivery is occasionally a must for everyone.
Kidneys, livers and thymuses, oh my! This isn't a prop list for Sweeney Todd — it's what's on the menu during the "No Guts No Glory" event at Crook's Corner, which celebrates Scottish cuisine during the week of Robbie Burns (the national poet of Scotland) Night.
Think back to your days of playing Rock Band, singing into your hairbrush — or worse, singing in your shower.
Unlike the weather this past week, Chapel Hill is in for a hot weekend at Cat’s Cradle. Waka Flocka Flame and Well$ are taking the stage this weekend in a two night event — one of which is already sold out.