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.
Johnny Johnson was drafted into a world war in spite of his pacifist ideals. He left his family, returned traumatized, entered an asylum for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and lost his fiance — all while trying to uphold beliefs of peace in an increasingly warlike society.
In addition to adding four limestone animal sculptures to the front roundabout, the Chapel Hill Public Library will also have a multimedia public art project installed across from its main circulation desk.
For the first time ever, the Carolina Union Activities Board hosted two Homecoming concerts this year — but the new system may not stick around to see a second year.
Each week, a nostalgic air of the early twentieth century fills Phillips Hall 385 as the UNC Swing Dance Club enjoys jazz music, lindy hopping and a whole lot of dancing.
A sense of mystery, mirth and magic consumed Paul Green Theatre Thursday night as PlayMakers Repertory Company’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” took the audience on a journey through Shakespearean comedy.