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UNC and the surrounding communities are set to recognize the anniversary of the year the first ship carrying enslaved Africans was brought to the U.S. in 1619 by hosting two art exhibits.
Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP President Anna Richards was named North Carolina NAACP branch president of the year at this year's state convention in Winston-Salem.
A new distribution center for Medline, the United States' largest private medical supplies manufacturer, is coming to Orange County.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (CHCCS) Welcome Center for International Students sign stands out against the white wall it’s on for two reasons: the multi-colored font and over 50 different languages all saying one thing: "Come in, you’re welcome here."
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen met Tuesday to discuss the possible detrimental effects of 5G, DACA beneficiaries in Carrboro and gender neutral language in the town code.
The Chapel Hill fire station on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard was quiet as it turned 5:20 p.m. on Thursday.
Beez in the Trap kicked off Trap Week, a weeklong series examining trap music culture and its origins, on Monday, Nov. 26.
As Bas began his final song "Tribe" and the show at Cat’s Cradle started to wrap up, a surge went through the crowd as J. Cole made a surprise appearance on stage.
Symbolic fire, blindfolds, swords, hoods and mystery combine to create one thing: community.
Music fraternities at UNC are spreading good deeds through sweet melodies and community service.
Howard Craft took a chance one day in 2000 when he entered his first play into a local radio competition at a dessert cafe named Francesca’s.
Grab your raincoats and lace up your dancing shoes, Chapel Hill — the Carrboro Music Festival is coming to town.
Pick out the album, take the record out of its plastic sleeve, lift up the lid, set it down on the turntable, place the needle on the vinyl — and wait for the spinning plastic to create an experience far different from listening to music from a smartphone.
Imagine a group sitting around a dinner table, with people in the kitchen and laughter filling the room. This is not a scene in the suburbs. This is the a cappella group Harmonyx taking part in what they consider their core value: being a family.
Maggie Shibley, UNC senior and studio art major, illustrated Emily Brewer's newest children's book, "Little School in the Woods." The book tells the history of a rural North Carolina schoolhouse for African-American children.
With summer break just weeks away, outdoor concert and music festival memories are on the brain. Whether students have traveled to distant states for concerts or seen bands perform right here in Chapel Hill, everyone who has gone to concerts seems to have one that stands out in their memory. Staff writer Becca Fiely asked UNC students, “Have you been to any concerts — and if so, which was your favorite one?”
Arts Everywhere Day is creating spaces for collaboration, creativity and compassion, both on the UNC campus and beyond this Friday, April 6.
Each month, new music comes to the Triangle to spread groovy tunes and musical excitement to all North Carolinians (and others if you're looking to take a road trip). Here's a look into the mix of music coming to a venue near you.
People of Earth, Local Flora and Cosmic Punk graced the stage at Cat’s Cradle Back Room on March 2, filling the room with sounds of modern psychedelia and alternative indie.
"Solidary & Solitary: The Joyner/Giuffrida Collection" will challenge viewers to question their expectations and celebrate their differences.