Topics: Arts & Entertainment
Rock on with the Department of Music for a concert featuring the UNC Wind Ensemble and UNC Symphony Band this Wednesday from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Memorial Hall.
The New York Times journalist John Eligon interviewed Trevor Noah, comedian, writer and host of “The Daily Show,” on Oct. 15, filmed live at Northwestern University.
Flyleaf Books will host two university professors Tuesday to discuss their newest poetry books.
It’s the most frightful time of the year! Post Friday the 13th, students at Chapel Hill are gearing up for our spookiest holiday: Halloween. But with Halloween also comes the age-old stressor of finding a creative costume.
The Orange County Arts Commission (OCAC) announced last week that the nonprofit arts and culture sector is a $130.3 million industry in Chapel Hill, Carrboro and Hillsborough.
The line between a good haircut and a bad one is often as thin as the razor making the cut. So why do students entrust their hair to other students?
Late Night With Roy was Friday, signaling that basketball season is almost upon us. This LNWR had the added importance of the 2017 championship banner being unveiled.
Art continually illuminates other art, and nowhere is this more present than at the Varsity Theatre on Franklin Street — where the Radiant Cinema: Light, Life and Luminescence fall film series kicked off on Tuesday.
Did you see glamorous pictures of celebrities from the recent premiere of "Thor: Ragnarok" in Los Angeles and wonder when it will be your turn to attend such a monumental event? This could be your chance.
Halloween is a time for pumpkin carving, monsters and, for the group Mettlesome, sketch comedy.
When then UNC first-years Sam Lowe and Cameron Champion came to campus, they quickly bonded over a shared appreciation for music and a difficulty in connecting with fellow student musicians.
In an effort to humanize a very politically divisive issue, The William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education is hosting a photography exhibit, “REFUGEE,” that sheds light on the lives of refugees all over the globe.
In his new novel “The Last Ballad,” Wiley Cash talks about poverty, misogyny and race through the unsung heroine Ella May Wiggins of the Loray Mill strike. Cash is a New York Times bestselling author for his novel “A Land More Kind Than Home.”
Kenan Theatre Company takes on a retelling of "Antigone" in the form of Anne Carson’s "Antigonick" this Thursday through Monday.
Chapel Hill’s laugh count is going to increase exponentially tomorrow at 8 p.m. That's when CHiPs (Chapel Hill Players) will be hosting their first show of the year in room 100 at Hamilton Hall.
Julien Baker, a 21-year-old singer-songwriter, made her debut in 2015 with her album "Sprained Ankle," with plans to release her follow-up "Turn Out the Lights" later this month.Her lyrics and voice are passionate, honest and unrelenting. She will be performing at Haw River Ballroom in Saxapahaw Friday.
"Being normal is vastly overrated," according to Aggie Cromwell.
UNC’s student-led ONE Campaign will be holding a screening of the Netflix original documentary “Daughters of Destiny” on Wednesday from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. in Gardner 105.
Last November, a surprise re-release of an adored retro console hit the shelves, although no one seemed to be able to get their hands on one.
With midterms and “hell weeks” approaching quickly, many could benefit from the lessons and relief the documentary “Walk With Me” offers. Directed by Max Pugh and Marc J. Francis, the film presents a view in the life and values of Thich Nhat Hanh, renowned author and teacher of the Zen Buddhist life.