Mary Kate Nolan
Modernextension Dance Company will throw away its playbook and take to the stage with an improvised and organic performance this Saturday in Gerrard Hall. The company will use dance to explore the theme of disruption at various levels, from molecular to political disruption.
If you haven’t heard at least one group singing in the Pit to promote their upcoming concerts this month, you're either enrolled in Kenan-Flagler Business School or you don’t go to UNC.
This Friday and Saturday, the UNC Writing for the Screen and Stage Program will be presenting the Long Story Shorts One Act Play Festival in the Studio 6 Theater of Swain Hall.
The Sick Chick Flicks Film Festival is coming to Cary this weekend, just in time for Halloween. The festival will feature 45 independent short films of the horror, sci-fi and fantasy genres — about 90 percent of which are directed by women.
Did you see glamorous pictures of celebrities from the recent premiere of "Thor: Ragnarok" in Los Angeles and wonder when it will be your turn to attend such a monumental event? This could be your chance.
Raleigh will host its next bluegrass event on a budget for those still looking for weekend plans — as the Wide Open Bluegrass Weekend Festival returns for the fifth year in a row.
Do you hate laughter? If the answer is yes, then you might want to consider seeing a therapist. If the answer is no, then you should come to the False Profits comedy show this Friday night.
On the second Thursday of the month, some of Chapel Hill’s creative and aspiring poets gather at Flyleaf Books on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to share their work with one another.