The UNC community will commemorate influential civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a compilation of song, dance and poetry with the Sonja Haynes Stone Center’s annual program entitled “He was a Poem, He was a Song.”
The local music scene will welcome January 2018 with a variety of artists with distinctive styles and backgrounds. This concert compilation will ensure that the Triangle starts off the new year with a mixture of tried and true local artists, as well as international sensations.
Since its founding in the fall of 2016, the Carolina Bluegrass Band has pushed itself to expose the UNC community to the music genre.
Should we, as consumers of various art mediums, choose to separate the art that a person produces from their personal life outside of that medium? Is there a way to do so without compromising the work? In light of recent sexual allegations surfacing in national arts and entertainment industries, UNC professors Gregory Flaxman, Jacqueline Lawton, Cary Levine and Emil Kang offered their personal insights into that choice.
Big Dance Theater’s “17C” may be based on a man’s diary from 350 years ago, but the performance aims to highlight just how many correlations our current social society has with life in the 17th century.
As Halloween quickly approaches, the concept of cultural appropriation versus cultural appreciation becomes a hot topic surrounding costumes worn leading up to and on the holiday. A wide variety of Halloween costumes draw large amounts of debate every year, but where should society draw the line between costumes that misappropriate other cultures and races and those that embrace and appreciate them?
The North Carolina State Fair is a 150-year-old tradition, but that doesn’t mean the vendors have run out of ingenious combinations of deep-fried concoctions and new attractions.
Demi Lovato’s Disney Channel stardom may be over, but her new album “Tell Me You Love Me” reminds us all of why she rocks (she rocks, she rocks, she rocks on).
Oh, snap! There is finally a sequel to Fergie’s one and only studio album. At this rate, she’ll drop her seventh album in the Year 3000, just like my Jo Bros. No shame, Fergie. At least you’ll go multi-platinum and outsell Kelly Clarkson.