3/1/2018 8:40pm

Global International Worldwide, Intl., is hosting "Kazoo It! 2: Enter the Kazoot" on Saturday. Photo courtesy of Ethan Baechtold.

Saturday afternoon plans: kazooing in the quad

As Saturday’s big game approaches and pre-spring break assignments consume your afternoon, your stress levels may be out of control and your lack of sleep unbelievable. But instead of worrying about Grayson Allen’s 3-pointers and your intimidatingly large paper due next week, come dance around the quad, meet new friends and play the kazoo. 

3/1/2018 7:28pm

Cosmic Rays is running at The Varsity March 1-2.

Cosmic Rays Film Festival celebrates the art of filmmaking

Time to press pause on your latest Netflix binge and come see the Cosmic Rays Film Festival at the Varsity Theater on Franklin Street this Thursday, March 1, and Friday, March 2. The festival hopes to celebrate filmmaking innovation in both style and in subject matter.  

2/28/2018 9:41pm

Palms Trax (probably) performing at Elsewhere.

Review: I went clubbing in Brooklyn and lived to tell the tale

I went clubbing not one night, but two nights this past weekend. On Friday, Feb. 23, I saw Palms Trax and Solar at Elsewhere, a nightclub in Brooklyn, New York. On Saturday, Feb. 24, I went to another nightclub called Good Room, featuring Antenes, Sofia Kourtesis, Amourette and Justin Strauss. 

2/27/2018 10:59pm

Photo courtesy of Kennedy Prints!

Column: Art and guns

It’s hard to retain perspective – to advocate for moderation, instead of quantum leaps of progress – in the wake of a tragedy as mind-numbingly horrific as the Parkland shooting. I, as much as the next appalled, pro-gun-control observer, want all the guns gone. Now, preferably.  

2/27/2018 8:01pm

"Afternoon" by Norman Lewis is featured in the Nasher Museum of Art's exhibit "Solidary & Solitary."

Stepping into the past and facing the future with 'Solidary and Solitary'

"Solidary & Solitary: The Joyner/Giuffrida Collection" will challenge viewers to question their expectations and celebrate their differences. The collection was organized by the Ogden Museum of Southern Art and the Baltimore Museum of Art.  The exhibit, available at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University now through July 15, showcases a lineage of artists of African descent from the 1940s to present. The show is comprised of 60 pieces of art from 13 different artists.