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Barnette is editing a special reunion episode of "General College," a collegiate soap opera produced by Student Television. With roughly half of the two-part episode complete, Barnette has several long nights ahead of her to ready the reunion episode for its Feb. 24 premiere at 8:30 p.m.
Regardless of the answers people derive from such questions, the definition of art is a subjective venture at best. What one considers a meaningful work is worthless to another -- people will award nearly $30,000 to someone who designs a blank room with a light bulb and calls it art, and some works will be remembered by few and forgotten by many. And paid for by none.
By age 28, the '97 UNC graduate already had served a two-year term as the resident directorial assistant at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C. Before that, he directed several productions in New York in the Lincoln Center's Director's Lab program, founded the Vesuche Ensemble and received the Drama League's Fall Production Program fellowship.
Dec. 31, 2000, marked the last night that alt-country singer-songwriter Tift Merritt was officially a waitress.
Last March, she directed Company Carolina's rendering of "Pericles;" Jacot's latest project is a mostly male casting of "Romeo and Juliet," which opens Friday at the ArtsCenter.
All the major a cappella groups on campus tend to pick easily recognizable songs for their concerts. But while familiarity is good, it breeds contempt: sometimes the song selection is too obvious. Often, you can just listen to G105 and come up with most of the season's a cappella must-haves in an hour.
A committee of roughly 20 people met Saturday to begin instituting a public art program into UNC's Master Plan, the blueprint for 50 years of campus growth.
Whether anyone likes it or not, Britney Spears is an icon. Or at least she's built a career alluding to those who have reached such status.
The first appreciate the film for the shameless glee it exudes. For these, "Rocky Horror" is good, not-so-clean fun, and it's not unlike the naughty expression on Marilyn Monroe's face when her pure white dress blew upward in in the breeze.
Following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, artisans and entertainers on both a local and national level have been trying to determine whether their work is appropriate.
With college students' younger siblings coming to UNC for Carolina Family Weekend, the Ackland Art Museum offers opportunities for families to enjoy and educate themselves.
A close acquaintance with the tip jar himself, Dreis knows the life of the coffee-shop musician.
But only a short amount of time passes until throngs of UNC students hit the islands, hedonistically revel and let naughtiness run rampant in the Caribbean streets.
Especially when you're young -- who knows how many times that a 6-year-old version of yourself could be seen playing "rock star" or "famous actress," "ballerina" or whatnot.
By Russ Lane
Most bands populating Go! Rehearsal Studio's stage tend to fill the stage space completely, and Strunken White's young and physically small roster -- consisting of guitarists Nagendra Jayanty and Noah Howard, bassist John Booker and drummer Jonathan Stickley -- made the stage look spacious by comparison.
Many local bands, just as many national acts and countless buckets of fried chicken --
And it doesn't stop there.
By Russ Lane