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Muslim in America

It’s been 10 years since 9/11. The players in this act of terror claimed to be Muslim. I’m a Muslim-American — and I am a victim of the Sept.


Q&A: David Wilcox

No matter how much one ages, some things never get old. For folk singer-songwriter David Wilcox, this couldn’t be more true.



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	This week, The Encore Series features Stephen Anderson, UNC assistant professor in composition and jazz studies. Anderson served as the director of the Summer Jazz Workshop. Aside from teaching jazz, Anderson spearheaded the Electro-Acoustic Studio on campus and also create work of his own.

	The Encore Series is a new video web series featured by the Daily Tar Heel Arts Desk. Derived from the French language, the word “encore” is defined as “again” and serves as a call for more. This series is dedicated to presenting an in-depth look at how various figures within the artistic community use their particular trades as a medium for expression.

The Encore Series: Stephen Anderson

This week, The Encore Series features Stephen Anderson, UNC assistant professor in composition and jazz studies. Anderson served as the director of the Summer Jazz Workshop. Aside from teaching jazz, Anderson spearheaded the Electro-Acoustic Studio on campus and also create work of his own. The Encore Series is a new video web series featured by the Daily Tar Heel Arts Desk. Derived from the French language, the word “encore” is defined as “again” and serves as a call for more. This series is dedicated to presenting an in-depth look at how various figures within the artistic community use their particular trades as a medium for expression.


	This week, The Encore Series showcases Emil Kang, UNC’s executive director for the arts. Kang oversees Carolina Performing Arts, in addition to serving as a lecturer within the University. 

	The Encore Series is a new video web series featured by the Daily Tar Heel Arts Desk. Derived from the French language, the word “encore” is defined as “again” and serves as a call for more. This series is dedicated to presenting an in-depth look at how various figures within the artistic community use their particular trades as a medium for expression.

The Encore Series: Emil Kang

This week, The Encore Series showcases Emil Kang, UNC’s executive director for the arts. Kang oversees Carolina Performing Arts, in addition to serving as a lecturer within the University. The Encore Series is a new video web series featured by the Daily Tar Heel Arts Desk. Derived from the French language, the word “encore” is defined as “again” and serves as a call for more. This series is dedicated to presenting an in-depth look at how various figures within the artistic community use their particular trades as a medium for expression.


	New DSI Comedy Theater Artistic Director, Paula Pazderka, stands alongside John Reitz, recently named production manager of DSI. The two new faces of DSI look to continue the theater’s success after the departure of founder Zach Ward to Boston.

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New DSI Comedy Theater Artistic Director, Paula Pazderka, stands alongside John Reitz, recently named production manager of DSI. The two new faces of DSI look to continue the theater’s success after the departure of founder Zach Ward to Boston.


	New DSI Comedy Theater Artistic Director, Paula Pazderka, stands alongside John Reitz, recently named production manager of DSI. The two new faces of DSI look to continue the theater’s success after the departure of founder Zach Ward to Boston.

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New DSI Comedy Theater Artistic Director, Paula Pazderka, stands alongside John Reitz, recently named production manager of DSI. The two new faces of DSI look to continue the theater’s success after the departure of founder Zach Ward to Boston.


	This iteration of The Encore Series features DSI Comedy Theater’s John Reitz, who was recently named production manager and assistant artistic director of the local comedy venue. 

	The Encore Series is a new video web series featured by the Daily Tar Heel Arts Desk. Derived from the French language, the word “encore” is defined as “again” and serves as a call for more. This series is dedicated to presenting an in-depth look at how various figures within the artistic community use their particular trades as a medium for expression.

The Encore Series: John Reitz of DSI Comedy Theater

This iteration of The Encore Series features DSI Comedy Theater’s John Reitz, who was recently named production manager and assistant artistic director of the local comedy venue. The Encore Series is a new video web series featured by the Daily Tar Heel Arts Desk. Derived from the French language, the word “encore” is defined as “again” and serves as a call for more. This series is dedicated to presenting an in-depth look at how various figures within the artistic community use their particular trades as a medium for expression.


	The first installment of The Encore Series features two local poets, Kane Smego and Will McInerney, who are taking their talents abroad to capture the movements in the Middle East through poetry.

	The Encore Series is a new video web series featured by the Daily Tar Heel Arts Desk. Derived from the French language, the word “encore” is defined as “again” and serves as a call for more. This series is dedicated to presenting an in-depth look at how various figures within the artistic community use their particular trades as a medium for expression.

The Encore Series: Poetic Portraits of a Revolution

The first installment of The Encore Series features two local poets, Kane Smego and Will McInerney, who are taking their talents abroad to capture the movements in the Middle East through poetry. The Encore Series is a new video web series featured by the Daily Tar Heel Arts Desk. Derived from the French language, the word “encore” is defined as “again” and serves as a call for more. This series is dedicated to presenting an in-depth look at how various figures within the artistic community use their particular trades as a medium for expression.


Q&A: Dex Romweber

For all the variation he’s seen throughout his life, John Michael Dexter Romweber always finds a way to keep himself rooted to his music. With an musical affinity that ranges from Ray Charles to Johann Sebastian Bach, the musician who goes by “Dex” is still going strong after more than 35 years in the business.


Wednesday Roundup (7/13 to 7/20): The We'll Miss You When We're Gone Edition

It’s been a wonderful run this summer with plenty of artsy endeavors to undertake, as both a patron or participant. Arts desk bids you adieu with the final Wednesday Roundup of the summer. Go out and enjoy these tasteful events one last time before Chapel Hill becomes a town void of students for several weeks. We can’t wait to have your wandering eyes back here in the fall. Peace out.


Wednesday Roundup (6/30 to 7/60): The 2ndFriday of July Edition

As summer winds down, performance art is becoming hard to find. Nonetheless, contemporary art showcases are at a premium. Indulge in some close-to-home artists as the student works of the Artery, a former professor’s gallery, or the installation by a UNC alumna. Plenty of fun this Friday and carrying on through the rest of the week.


Dive Recs (6/27 to 7/4): Why Wait for Fireworks

Some might call this a slow week, but no week is slow considering that time has been pretty consistent for the past couple thousand years. This week it’s comics and comedians. Be a good mother bird and help time learn to fly be checking out this week’s Dive Recs.


Wednesday Roundup (6/23 to 6/30): The Sleep Deprivation Edition

As the summer jazz simmers down for the week, look to these events to carry you through till the next installation of Roundup. Enjoy an otherwise lazy week, make up for some sleep, or check out Diversions desk’s recommendations for things to do. Nothing wrong with a little inter-desk appreciation.


Wednesday Roundup (6/15 to 6/22): The All Jazzed Up Edition

The shuffle between summer sessions is coming to a close far too quickly. Nonetheless, we’ve got plenty of artsy endeavors for you to indulge in. Take advantage of some local galleries or check out the blooming Chapel Hill jazz concerts early next week. Plenty of free fun for all.


Wednesday Roundup (6/8 to 6/15): The Students Are Coming Edition

Some people may not know their history, but it’s nothing new to see soon-to-be Tar Heels meandering about campus this time of year. In lieu of the madness, relax with some great events in the world of art. From renowned local authors to departing comedy legends, this weeks round-up is full of itself.


Dive Recs (6/6 to 6/13): Buy Local

Despite a slow week early on, the weekend looks to be packed by some pretty talented musicians with local roots. As soon as Thursday hits, be sure to roll into the weekend with some great sounds in the local venues, or drop by DSI Comedy Theater to catch Zach Ward before he leaves to take on a new role in Boston.