A gallery featuring artwork by Renzo Ortega will be on display at the John and June Allcott Gallery from Jan. 17 to Feb. 16, with an opening reception and artist talk on Jan. 25.
New York Times best-selling author Megan Miranda is coming to Flyleaf Books on Tuesday for a book discussion and signing of her newly-released novel, “Fragments of the Lost.” To get a feel for the book and the event, staff writer Olivia Clark had a conversation with Miranda to discuss her novel, her career and more.
An opera version of Octavia Butler’s novel “Parable of the Sower” is set to premiere at Memorial Hall on Thursday. As part of a free event series celebrating the premiere, co-creator of the opera and musician Toshi Reagon will be discussing Butler’s work and its meaning with poet and activist Alexis P. Gumbs.
As presumably all people are aware of from decorations, candy and costumes at every store, Halloween is less than a week away. Yes, Halloween, as in the annual holiday where everybody dresses up and gets a sugar-high without really knowing why.
Whether because of a need to support entrepreneurial endeavors or an obligation to sustain localism, independent bookstores nationally are thriving. Flyleaf Books of Chapel Hill is no different.
A UNC student founded his own clothing line in an attempt to inspire students to achieve their goals.
In order to raise money for the American Civil Liberties Union, five bands will perform at Rockin' the Rights at Cat’s Cradle Saturday.
Sacrificial Poets is hosting an open mic on Tuesday that will feature UNC graduate Julia McKeown and the Wordsmiths.
A UNC student rolled out an app designed to keep students safe on college campuses to the public in the iTunes App Store last week.