Some say that jazz is like a conversation. You don’t know where the conversation will end, but the back and forth creates a beautiful melody.
The unmistakable rhythm of jazz is erupting through Chapel Hill in a striking combination of students and professionals.
During the last couple of years, the popularity of The Jimi Hendrix Experience has become almost as heavy and solid as their sound. Yet back in 1966 when Hendrix was playing at the Café Wha?, wah-wah peddles were unheard of. Obviously a lot of framework has been laid and monuments built since 1966. Rock has gained new directions.
Chapel Hill native Ben Knight drove more than 10,000 miles across the country and spent the night next to a river dam in full camouflage waiting for it to be blown up so that he could record footage of the action.The resulting film, DamNation, has now won awards including the Audience Choice Award at South By Southwest Festival in Austin, Tex., and the award for Best Environmental Film at a film festival in Washington D.C.
Cue the lights, zoom in, and focus on the first ever Triangle Campus Film Festival tonight. The event, hosted by N.C.
Until the end of the spring semester, Canvas will profile a student from every artistic academic program at UNC each week — from dramatic art to creative writing to photojournalism.In the third installment of the series, staff writer Robert McNeely profiled senior UNC music and public policy major Brian Braytenbah.After numerous accolades, years of practice and near constant adulation from his fellow musicians, senior Brian Braytenbah said he feels grateful for his opportunities.
With all the stress of life, do you ever wish you could drop it all and pursue what you love the most?
Company Carolina’s production of “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead” offered a delightful array of satirical performances counterbalanced by minimalistic, yet engaging, technical elements.The play was written as an “unauthorized parody” of Charles M.
Company Carolina's "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown"Saturday, 7 p.m.4 starsCompany Carolina’s production of “You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown,” a musical adaptation of the Peanuts comics directed by Christian Payne, brought a charming combination of colorful characters and design elements to Historic Playmakers Theatre this weekend.
College basketball has found an unlikely home in Raleigh.
Last year, local bar He’s Not Here featured the first-ever Phi Mu Alpha sponsored Battle of the Bands.
Andy Warhol is a household name now, and drawings from when he was just first starting his career in New York are rarely ever seen in the United States.