3/19/2014 6:26pm

Q&A with Skip Elsheimer of A/V Geeks

Have you ever wondered what happens to those educational films you had to watch in school when they’re considered obsolete? A landfill? They might end up in the hands of Skip Elsheimer, who collects old 16mm educational films.

3/19/2014 4:42pm

Beat Generation writer Joyce Johnson speaks on Jack Kerouac

Joyce Johnson wants everyone to get to know a different side of Jack Kerouac. Johnson, a Beat Generation novelist, biographer and journalist, is one of only two scholars who have extensively researched Kerouac’s French-Canadian background — distinguishing him from his role as a strictly American author.

3/17/2014 4:27pm

	Courtesy of Carolina Performing Arts

Action-based theater group STREB comes to UNC

STREB, an action-inspired group that combines dance, acrobatics and theater, is the latest show in Carolina Performing Arts’ season, appearing both tonight and tomorrow. The Brooklyn-based company will use large amounts of machinery to move walls, rotate the floor and send its performers flying.

9/1/2011 5:14pm

College radio showcase to feature local bands

From KNC to XYC, college radio has helped develop a thriving nightlife in the Triangle. On Sep. 10, four area college radio stations will come together in Raleigh for a showcase featuring their picks of local bands that have won over their audience and dominated their programming. It’s a chance to catch up on a growing scene and learn more about student radio.

8/24/2011 11:56pm

Troika's final bow

Melissa Thomas has been busy. Her day job as a software developer has her commuting to Austin, TX, on Sundays and flying back home to check on her Durham-based record label, 307 Knox, on Thursdays.