4/18/2018 8:41pm

Allison Coleman, American, born 1977: Pine-Sol, 2017, oil on panel, 24 x 48 inches. Collection of the artist.

MFA class of 2018 debuts final work with "Versus"

The UNC Masters of Fine Arts Class of 2018 is set to display their selected works under the theme “versus” at the Ackland Art Museum. Each artist will show their own interpretation of the broader theme they share as a cohort.

4/17/2018 9:47pm

Caleb Puchalski, a.k.a. Doris Locht, puts on makeup. Photo by Summer Lawrence.

Who will be crowned Miss Womanless 2018? You decide!

 “The talent portion is quite incredible,” said Grayson Hahn, who will be competing under the name Belle Tower. “We have a lot of interesting and unexpected talents from people that I think people will be very surprised to see. It’s very entertaining and very funny.” 

4/16/2018 7:15pm

Emily Callahan

Here are some UNC students’ favorite concert memories

With summer break just weeks away, outdoor concert and music festival memories are on the brain. Whether students have traveled to distant states for concerts or seen bands perform right here in Chapel Hill, everyone who has gone to concerts seems to have one that stands out in their memory. Staff writer Becca Fiely asked UNC students, “Have you been to any concerts — and if so, which was your favorite one?” 

4/12/2018 8:52pm

Dan Kois co-wrote "The World Only Spins Forward: The Ascent of Angels in America." Photo courtesy of Dan Kois.

Former DTH staffer Dan Kois shares the experiences of those affected by 'Angels in America'

Dan Kois, former Daily Tar Heel staff member and writer and editor for Slate, is coming to Flyleaf Books on April 15 to discuss his new book, "The World Only Spins Forward: The Ascent of Angels in America." It follows the stories of actors, writers and theater lovers as they share their experiences of Tony Kushner's play, "Angels in America."  Staff writer Krupa Kaneria talked to Kois about his journey co-writing the book, the inspirations behind the book and some of the difficulties in producing the work.