Happy FDOC! Students at UNC-Chapel Hill are back from winter break – and hopefully had enough time to catch up on their favorite ‘flix before classes take off. Staff writer Laura Shanahan asked UNC students, “What did you binge-watch over break?”
While Asian art has grown especially in strength and importance over the last 30 years, the Ackland Art Museum remains home to the only collection of Asian art in the state — and one of the major collections in the southeast. Now, a new exhibition titled Religion and Ritual, on display at the Ackland from Jan. 3 to May 13, presents the beauty of some of this wondrous collection.
The Hip Hop Nutcracker was back by popular demand for two shows on its third national tour following the success of the two previous sold-out tours on Friday, Nov. 24 at the Durham Performing Arts Center.
Two-time Grammy award-winning group Bon Iver performed their unique blend of acoustic and processed music for the second night in a row at the Durham Performing Arts Center on Tuesday.
At 7 p.m. Wednesday night at the Unity Center of Peace, Passionate Poets is holding an Open Mic Night for people to “share their gifts of music, poetry, dance or comedy.” Staff writer Laura Shanahan spoke with MC Vanessa Vendola and Passionate Poets partner Doug Stuber about the event and the poetry scene in Chapel Hill.
Dr. Li-ling Hsiao, an associate professor of Chinese language and literature at UNC, was happy to showcase the guqin to a crowd gathered in Ackland Art Museum on Sunday.
With Hallo-weekend quickly approaching, students at Chapel Hill are getting their costumes ready and waiting for the highly anticipated festivities. Whether you’ll be watching "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" at the Varsity Theatre, monster-mashing with friends or joining the thousands on Franklin Street come Halloween night, it is sure to be a thriller.
After selling 2.5 million copies of “Milk and Honey” and topping The New York Times' best-seller list every week for over a year, 25-year-old Punjabi-Canadian Rupi Kaur is back with more – hitting the nerves of many young females.
On Tuesday night, E. Lockhart, author of New York Times bestseller “We Were Liars,” spoke at Flyleaf Books.
Left-handed people do not like that the word “left” is so often associated with negative ideas. Left-footed, left-handed compliment, leftovers for dinner. Where did everybody at the party go? Oh, they left!