Arts & Entertainment
Charli XCX gave a free concert at Cat's Cradle on Tuesday night.
More than 180 groups performed at the annual Carrboro Music Festival this weekend.
The ModernExtension Dance Company and Wilson Library's Rare Books Collection have joined efforts to present "Haunted," a performance combining choreography, film, improvisation and live music based on modernist poetry. The show is at 7 p.m. Saturday in Gerrard Hall and is free and open to the public.
Jenny Justice’s goals are big.
She wants to combat what she sees as a declining appreciation of the arts in education and fight systems of oppressive poverty and racism. She believes deeply in the powers of learning and language. She speaks wistfully about Shakespeare.
The Sonja Haynes Stone Center has been focusing on a theme of rebirth in its 26th year — and a new art exhibition, opening tonight, continues to play on that idea.
When F.T.R, a Zimbabwean professional hip-hop producer, attended a Next Level Workshop in his native country, he had no idea how much his life was going to change.
In an attempt to spark conversation about race relations in America, University groups will show a documentary today that features some of the people from the movement in Ferguson, Mo.
To Wendy Whelan, the show is like getting on a ride she can’t get off.