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The past decade has brought about a lot of changes in the way people consume entertainment. The way that students spend their downtime has changed drastically with the rise of streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Apple Music and Spotify.
The 14th annual Carrboro Film Festival will be held this weekend at the downtown Carrboro ArtsCenter. This is the first year that filmmaker Bradley Bethel is taking the helm as director of the festival, and he is making an effort to pivot the festival’s theme to be more representative of the South’s unique place in American culture.
When Conner Mann and Shane Stephens first bonded over guitar in Winston Residence Hall as sophomores, they had no idea they would start a band out of their house as seniors.
The Town of Carrboro will host its annual music festival on Sept. 28 and 29, showcasing musical talent from within the Carrboro community and North Carolina as a whole. This is the 22nd year of the festival, and the festival organizers anticipate that it will be the best one yet.
Mangoose is an unconventional band with an experimental, diverse sound within the UNC music community. Inspired by a variety of different influences, they use their musical improvisation skills to excite crowds in a range of different venues, from big fraternity parties to professional settings, such as the Cat’s Cradle back room.
As students were registering for their fall classes, one class has the potential to stick out — MUSC 155: The Art and Culture of the DJ. Mark Katz teaches this unique class that combines an exploration of the importance of DJ culture, as well as an introduction to DJing skills.
Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” is an unavoidable song right now. You may not know it by its official name, but it’s hard to open a social-networking website without seeing a meme or video using the song’s line “I got the horses in the back.” It was controversially removed from the Billboard country charts for not being country enough, but its remix has now made its way to being the number one song in the world, including the country charts, with a little help from country music star and celebrity-dad Billy Ray Cyrus.
The Carolina Vibe dance team will be hosting its annual Spring Showcase on Saturday in Memorial Hall. The all-female and student-run dance team hopes its showcase will convey the group’s unique place in the UNC community.
For the first time in its history, the UNC art department will be displaying the theses of all of its Masters of Fine Arts students at one exhibition titled "Under the Rug," taking place at the Durham Fruit Company from March 22 to April 7. The exhibition will showcase the unique art of nine MFA students whose artistic talents have culminated into the work they will be displaying.
The Sonja Haynes Stone Center will be hosting TaKeia N. Anthony at the Bull’s Head Bookshop on Tuesday as part of the Stone Center’s Writer’s Discussion series. Anthony plans to explore the African diaspora, its history and the 20th-century development of mobilization to fight imperialism and fascism.
Out Loud, an art market and variety show created by people of color, will be coming to The PIT Chapel Hill comedy club this Saturday. The event is a part of HERE, a festival that hopes to bring representation and diversity to the arts and comedy.
Piedmont Wildlife Center is making fermentation a do-it-yourself activity with a series on fermentation over the coming weeks. Attendees can learn to utilize fermentation to make kombucha and kimchi.
Stefani Engelstein, professor and chairperson of the Department of Germanic Languages and Literature at Duke University, will deliver the 25th annual Mary Stevens Reckford Memorial Lecture in European Studies on Feb. 25.