The Daily Tar Heel

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Wednesday October 27th

DIVERSIONS


Local non-profit stages show to curb "prison pipeline"

Students in North Carolina miss nearly 2 million school days due to suspension and expulsion. The state has the third-highest suspension rate in the country. And Hidden Voices, a non-profit group from Durham, is doing something about it.


Q&A with Dezrick Dixon

The Bull City Music Awards, organized by the Bull City Music Group, is a Durham-centric awards show honoring entertainers for their contributions to the music industry. The awards ceremony will be held at 7:30 p.m.


Music Review: Franz Ferdinand

Franz Ferdinand Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action 3 1/2 stars Rock Almost 10 years since its self-titled smash debut album, Franz Ferdinand and its fourth record shows just how much fun this band can still be.


Music Review: Earl Sweatshirt

Earl Sweatshirt Doris 4 stars Hip-hop Much has changed since Earl Sweatshirt’s grimy and abrasive debut mixtape Earl. A much-publicized hiatus, his subsequent return and a few excellent guest features have built up a considerable amount of hype for the 19-year-old’s major label debut.


Music Review: Terry Malts

Terry Malts Nobody Realizes This Is Nowhere 4 stars Pop punk Punk trio Terry Malts is a little bit loud and a whole lot of fun.


Movie Review: The Grandmaster

2 1/2 stars He’s not Bruce Lee. He’s not a panda. And he’s not the Karate Kid. He is Ip Man. The master of kung fu, the champion of China and the epitome of “The Grandmaster.” “The Grandmaster” is the story of the man who trained Bruce Lee.


Movie Review: The Spectacular Now

The Spectacular Now 3 1/2 stars “The Spectacular Now” is not your average teen movie. The trailer is ambiguous as far as plot and the actors looked kind of familiar but not noteworthy.


Tomato Cream Soup for the College Soul

The stew is barely bubbling, the chicken half-cooked, when you look up at the clock. It’s just a habitual motion, but your following reaction is anything but temperate. “I’ve been here for an hour already?! This still needs cooking…I have homework to do!


Q&A with Clockwork Kids

Clockwork Kids, a “neo-psychedeic” rock band, was started in 2012 and is made up of five UNC-Chapel Hill students and alums.


Movie Review: The World's End

What do robots, beer and the human race have in common? The answer is “The World’s End.” The movie is a strange depiction of nostalgia combined with a search for freedom.