After a semester abroad, a UNC student started Carolina House Band, an organization that invites artists from any genre to come together to make music.
Nathan Kotecki is best known in the Triangle as a goth DJ. He is hosting Jealous Lovers, an indie rock dance party, at Local 506 on Feb. 8.
The Madama Europa lecture-recital will be held at Pearson Hall on Feb. 4 at 7:30 p.m., and it will explore the history of the first recorded Jewish opera singer to achieve widespread fame.
8-Hour Comics Day will be hosted at Durham County Library on Saturday.
Spiritual truth, the unity of world religions and spiritual values for future societies have been previous conversation topics at Meaningful Conversations Chapel Hill's meetings. Next week's conversation will be based on Bahá’í writings about forgiveness and justice.
“For people who love music and writing, it’s fun to just listen, but we also make a safe space for people who want to come up and give it a try and be heard, if they’ve got something they want to share,” Weiner said.
The Mothership calls all Triangle-area creatives to partake in this show-and-tell event.
UNC Chamber Singers and Carolina Choir are coming together to sing stories based on Paul Green's wartime experiences.