Hill Hall will echo with the jazz stylings of the New York Standards Quartet tonight as the group promotes its newest album, “The New Straight Ahead.”
Whether it’s smooth saxophone outside the Ackland Museum Store or drums in the nook of Julian’s, local musicians are using Franklin Street as their stage.
The multi-talented Michael Veal is giving a multi-faceted lecture today thanks to the efforts of musicology graduate students.
PlayMakers Repertory Company is kicking off their 2014 season tonight, which will feature a diverse selection of comedies, dramas, classics, contemporaries and even a musical.
As classes come to an end, a culmination of festivities is hitting 140 West development to kick off summer.
UNC professor Juliane Hammer believes the effects of Sept. 11 on perceptions of Muslim women are still evident today — 12 years later.
A relatively fresh cast will bring a fresh perspective to Company Carolina’s production of “Dog Sees God,” which opens tonight at Historic Playmakers Theatre.Freshman dramatic art major Connor Sturgis, plays the lead role as Charlie Brown, or CB.
Coleman will be doing a talk and reading from her book, “That the Blood Stay Pure: African Americans, Native Americans, and the Predicament of Race and Identity in Virginia,” Thursday in the Bulls Head Bookshop.
The North Carolina Iranian-American community has given generously to UNC Libraries — and now the libraries say they hope to give back.
Fiddler Alasdair Fraser and cellist Natalie Haas blend traditional styles of Scottish folk music with modern influences. The duo is coming to the Carrboro ArtsCenter tonight to share their music with the community.
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The members of Womancraft Fine Handcrafted Gifts were excited for new artistic possibilities in the growing community as they celebrated their move to Carrboro on Monday. The shop threw a small house-warming party at their new location on East Main Street.