Vecino Brewing Company in Carrboro is hosting Festivus: a party for "Seinfeld" fans tired of the holidays.
The Meantime Coffee Co. is bringing the coffee shop environment to the Campus Y by hosting a free open mic night with snacks, drinks, art and performances.
Tickets will be sold in the Pit on Wednesday and Thursday at 10 a.m.
The 13th annual Carrboro Film Festival took place this weekend and the festival's organizer Nic Beery discusses how the festival featured many protest films, such as “Parallel Parking,” which portrays the experience of immigrants in the United States.
Despite residual controversy of public art from Silent Sam, a group of artists and professors plan to fund more public works on the quad. What does this mean for art that is based in intense historical moments?
The Chapel Hill Farmers' Market's annual pie making contest allows attendees to test their skills while supporting locally grown produce.
Among other things that have made a blast from the past in recent years, vinyl records are one of the most popular. What used to be cheap ways of accessing music is suddenly back with very popular demand.
The organizers of N.C. Comic Con are expecting about 7,000 attendees at the convention.
Tired to traveling to Raleigh or Durham for holiday shows? Coming to Chapel Hill: a festive production to get you in the wintery spirit.
De-stress and unwind over Fall Break with four days of poetry focused on themes of identity at the West End Poetry Festival in Carrboro.
The Meantime in the Campus Y will be hosting an open mic night to showcase student artists.
The Del McCoury Band performs at Memorial Hall.
Peter Marin's art is on display at the Horace Williams House.
School of Information and Library Sciences hosted a Harry Potter Night Friday.