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.
The PIT-Chapel Hill, a local improv theater, may not be officially open yet, but they're already putting on events. On Friday at 10 p.m., the organization is hosting Pitch Jam, which stands for PIT Chapel Hill Jam.
This Saturday, local students are showcasing their musical skills at Musical Empowerment's Fall Recital. Musical Empowerment at UNC-Chapel Hill is a nonprofit organization that provides private music lessons for 125 underserved children from the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area. The families of these students would not otherwise have access to lessons.
If any students happened to be on North Campus last Thursday evening, they may have caught a glimpse of something rather out of the ordinary.
Most members of the UNC Class of 2014 are still just starting out in their professional fields, but their classmate, Alex Rizk Keane, a School of Media and Journalism graduate, has already made significant accomplishments in the entertainment industry.
When then UNC first-years Sam Lowe and Cameron Champion came to campus, they quickly bonded over a shared appreciation for music and a difficulty in connecting with fellow student musicians.
With midterm exams in full swing at UNC, students have had to hit the books. To help their studying, most students listen to certain music, or sometimes, no music at all.
Actress Kelen Coleman, star of CBS's new comedy, "Me, Myself and I," is really just like us — and vividly remembers late nights in Davis Library and study breaks at Alpine Bagel as a UNC student.
The Triangle area is known for many things, namely research and innovation. One thing the Triangle is not known for — dragon boat racing. However, that may be about to change.