For most, playing Madison Square Garden represents the pinnacle of success. But for John Geraghty, it’s where it all started.
They had different reasons for wanting to be librarians.
At first she had to be a secret.
Initially, professor Gregory Kable was in it for the girls.
He was walking down Franklin Street when he saw her.
Jordan Chavis was nervous. He had worked for Red Bull before at non-traditional sporting events, but this was his first time DJing for a specific team — UNC’s football team.
The play was Susannah Ryan’s attempt to approach her research in a more artistic way.
Being a geek is something Jim Curry is passionate about.
For Dana Rios, Nicholas Sparks’ latest book, “See Me,” has an extra special meaning.
Roger Guenveur Smith just wants his audience to listen. In his one-man show, “Rodne...
The Howlin’ Brothers, a three-piece string band, released their latest album “HOWL” in March and performed at the ArtsCenter in August. Lead singer and banjo and violin player Ben Plasse spoke with staff writer Elizabeth Baker about the group’s sound and origin.
Most people would not want to be sad on their birthday, but for the Center for the Study of the American South, having the blues was the perfect way to celebrate.
Robert Forbes, children’s book author, Vice President of “ForbesLife” magazine and UNC alumnus, is signing his book “Beast Friends Forever” Saturday at 2 p.m.
Staff writer Elizabeth Baker saw “Broadway Abridged” on Friday, Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. She gives the show three stars out of five.