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The a capella life is one filled with surprises, practice, legacy and friends. Though there are times when its members are swamped with six hours of practice, three performances, papers and exams all at once, it's still worth it.
"I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I had no idea about a cappella groups, the history, nothing,” said UNC junior Patrick Dow, president of the Clef Hangers
Although it seems there is a different holiday being celebrated every day, there are only 10 national holidays recognized by the United States federal government.
The Freelon family has roots in the Triangle, but their talents have taken them to everywhere from an art installation in Madagascar to a mayoral campaign in Durham.
While he might be almost 40 years old, Atlanta-born rapper 2 Chainz is still in the prime of his career after releasing his latest and most critically successful studio album "Pretty Girls Like Trap Music."
The PopUp Chorus will be celebrating The Beatles' album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" at an event at Cat's Cradle open to the community. Anyone, regardless of experience or talent, is welcome to come and sing, make new connections and have fun.
In order to raise money for the American Civil Liberties Union, five bands will perform at Rockin' the Rights at Cat’s Cradle Saturday.
Raleigh’s annual Hopscotch music festival is never short on music.
With a soft blue light shining over them, the UNC Faculty Jazz Trio played some of the genre’s greatest hits, receiving a standing ovation from the crowd last Thursday night.
Taylor Swift has taken a dark turn while still attempting, to an extent, to play the victim.
It may be the year of the rooster, but that might change soon.
After teasing fans with snake clips on her social media accounts, Taylor Swift announced today that she is releasing the first single off her new album, “Reputation,” tomorrow night.
Chapel Hill and the Triangle’s music scene always attracts a diverse group of artists and performers — which can leave you feeling a little overwhelmed. We're here to help. Each month, we, the editors of Art & Entertainment desk, will be sharing our recommendations for artists coming to the area.
Whether you’re listening to a road trip playlist or the radio on the way to work, there’s always a song that reminds you of Summer ‘17 every time you listen.
Sweaty bodies hover against each other, separated by each others’ backpacks. Everyone chatters amongst their friends and strangers, remarking on the bands they’ve seen so far and playing Rock, Paper, Scissors to pass the time.
Like most people my age, I really like music.
“To a Friend Somewhere in Chicago” is a personal letter to an old friend. But unlike most letters, it doesn’t have just one reader—or any readers at all, really.
Cat’s Cradle and Love Chapel Hill are hosting “The Sound of Solidarity Concert” on Saturday, which benefits refugees
After a semester of too little sleep and too many assignments, it’s time to celebrate. Happy LDOC, y’all.
Dancing, poetry and creating a safe performance space were all parts of the biannual “Milk and Honey” event.
Parachute, a critically acclaimed, Charlottesville, Virginia-based band, will perform at Cat’s Cradle tonight.
Whether you're an avid smoker, a sometimes smoker, a non-smoker or just someone who checks your calendar, you're most likely pretty aware that today is 4/20.