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Friday May 7th

Entertainment


Q&A with author Karen Branan

Author Karen Branan will be discussing her new book, “The Family Tree,” on Wednesday at Flyleaf Books. The book details her extensive research into a long-ignored lynching in Georgia — conducted by her own family. Staff writer Paige Connelly spoke to Branan about how often we look at history through “white-colored glasses.” 

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DJ Bo Fader has been in the professional music and entertainment business for 20 years. He started because he couldn’t dance. (Courtesy of Stacey Willard)

Exploring ‘Lost Stories’ with DJ Bo Fader

DJs are seemingly omnipresent in Chapel Hill-Carrboro nightlife, but the people behind the turntable aren’t as well known as their music. Staff writer Morgan Howard spoke to DJ Bo Fader, who will be playing B-Side Lounge tonight, about his career, his inspirations and future funk.

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UNC summer reading book spurs conversation

Incoming freshmen ushered in the new school year yesterday afternoon as they met with fellow students, faculty and staff to discuss this year’s summer reading selection, “Just Mercy” by Bryan Stevenson, who visited UNC’s campus to discuss his book with students at Memorial Hall.

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