Students might leave Davis Library to hear a different kind of reading, as The Cellar Door offers a fall presentation of work on the last day of classes.
Former UNC professor, writer and editor Christopher Brookhouse recently published his latest novel, “A Pinch of Salt.” He is the founding editor for Hitchcock Annual and author of several novels, short stories and poetry collections. Staff writer Amelia Keesler had a conversation with Christopher to discuss his novel, his career and more.
UNC-Chapel Hill’s Department of Communication presents "The Four Underwear Models of the Apocalypse," a dance cycle that combines the theology of humankind and underpants — a blend destined to create a unique experience for its audience.
The Ackland Art Museum’s exhibition "Flash of Light, Fog of War: Japanese Military Prints, 1894-1905" captures the cultural and historical perspectives of Japanese woodblock prints from the Sino-Japanese War and the Russo-Japanese War at the turn of the 20th century.
Comedians Jay Pharoah and AJ Foster starred in UNC’s annual homecoming comedy show Tuesday night, highlighting controversial topics with humor, celebrity impressions, Justin Bieber lyrics and freestyle rap.
The Southern Fried Queer Pride festival comes to Durham for the first time Thursday, putting on a three-day event filled with art workshops, performances, skill shares and dance parties to celebrate Southern queer culture.
Nearly a decade after MTV’s “Total Request Live” was discontinued, the hit afternoon series returned on Monday, hoping to reach a younger generation of music lovers and reclaim its former popularity.
Nightlight Bar and Club will host its monthly 919Noise Showcase on Wednesday, featuring performances from noise artists 80KV, HyMettus Woods, Provisional and Isotroposphere.