With a wide variety of genres, ranging from pop punk to country, are coming to town this May. From Chapel Hill-grown band, FAULTS, to Post Malone, there is a show for everyone to enjoy and kick back after finals.
UNC alum, Raleigh native Tift Merritt is on tour with her recent album "Stitch of the World," which she recorded in four days, and she is stopping to perform at her alma mater. Having started a band as a student, she says for those considering a music career to have courage and ask the hard questions.
The North Carolina Museum of Art opened an exhibition like no other on April 7.
In her first book "Dispossessed Lives: Enslaved Women, Violence, and the Archive,” Marisa J. Fuentes uncovers the dark history of Barbados.
The Kenan Theatre Company will present Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" March 1-5 at the Joan H. Gillings Center for Dramatic Art. KTC hopes to keep the audience laughing but also hopes to allow people to reflect on how Wilde’s writing relates to their lives.
The Tar Heel Voices, UNC’s oldest co-ed a cappella group, are preparing to compete at the quarterfinal level in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella on Saturday at the Carolina Theatre in Durham. This will be the group’s first appearance at the ICCAs in five years.
Almost 200 people came out last Friday night to the Motorco Music Hall to attend Shred for Music Ed, an event intended to raise money for the band program at C.E. Jordan High School in Durham. Four local bands — A Light Divided, Kairos., The Reticent and Undrask performed in the show. Band director and member of The Reticent Chris Hathcock organized the event, which raised over $2,000 for the program. Staff writer Rachel Jensen had a conversation with Hathcock about his motivation and the preparation that went into the event.
Next week marks the beginning of Black History Month, and the North Carolina Museum of History is holding its 17th Annual African American Cultural Celebration this Saturday to kick it all off.
Winter Storm Inga has kept everyone inside and bored these past couple days, but The Station in Carrboro is holding a show on Friday to offer a chance for people to come out and have some fun.
The band Long Neck will be performing a show Saturday at Local 506 with Infinity Crush and It Looks Sad. Lily Mastrodimos is the founding member of the group. Staff writer Rachel Jensen had a conversation with Mastrodimos to discuss the band, their new album "Will This Do?" and more.