“We’re social creatures. We want to be known. But a lot of us are afraid to reveal our true selves. We try to tell people what we want them to feel or see about us, but I think a lot of us have things we’re insecure about."
A former real estate agent, Meghan Magdalene, took over Ascension Tattoo, which she previously helped her friend open. Magdalene's background in psychology and counseling make her adept in handling the heavy stories that are behind many people's tattoos. She is driven everyday by the rewarding feeling she gets by making people happy through her artistry.
October will be serving up a array of concerts in the Triangle. Featuring comedic rappers and hot indie bands, here are this month's can't-miss shows. Staff Writer A.J. O'Leary gave his thoughts on the shows heading to Chapel Hill this month.
The Diaspora Festival of Black and Independent Film is coming to Franklin Street to screen films that celebrate diversity. If you're a film buff, or even if you just want to see something off the big motion picture screens, check out the list of movies being shown.
The Chelsea Theater was saved by a devoted community, and has now returned with a new exciting film series — Late Nights At The Chelsea.
Flautists Nathalie Joachim and Allison Loggins-Hull, the duo behind Flutronix, will be performing original tracks from their album of electronic flute music on Sept. 21 at 8 p.m. in Moeser auditorium. Staff writer A.J. O'Leary spoke with the duo about their background and musical influences.
The Sonja Hanes Stone Center for Black Culture and History is curating a unique new art gallery that will also be auctioned off for the center's 30th anniversary.
Let your inner nerd out. Nerd Nite, a sort of quirky lecture series, is coming to Chapel Hill. And if fresh fun facts and fascinating speakers aren't enticing enough, then maybe promise of hoop-dancing tips is.
PlayMakers Repertory Company updates the classic tale of Robin Hood with inclusive casting and original music.
The Del McCoury Band performs at Memorial Hall.
Peter Marin's art is on display at the Horace Williams House.
School of Information and Library Sciences hosted a Harry Potter Night Friday.