Two of the pieces included in the Meet The Moment art walk, a public art show on Franklin Street, were stolen last Wednesday.
The sound of the trombone wafting through Rosemary Street belongs to UNC senior Christian Boletchek, who has taken to practicing in the parking garages most nights a week. Boletchek, a bass trombone player who is majoring in music, said he began practicing in the parking garage because of the lack of options of other rehearsal spaces due to COVID-19 safety restrictions.
The play, which was written in less than two weeks, aims to continue the movement started by the Black Lives Matter protests.
Food insecurity affects one in four low-income senior citizens in Orange County — and with the COVID-19 pandemic, it's become even more difficult for the group to access the resources they need.
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Like many other areas of the UNC and Chapel Hill communities, Carolina Performing Arts is "looking forward" with an ongoing virtual concert series.
“Regardless of if the police budget changes in the future, we need to put money into social services that have been underfunded in the past because they do serve a great need for our community,” Chapel Hill Police Chief Chris Blue said.
As North Carolina has moved into Phase 2 of reopening, some self-described bars have been able to reopen under a loophole in state statutes that defines restaurants as any establishment that gets 30 percent of its revenue from food sales.
The Daily Tar Heel talked to Mayor Pam Hemminger of Chapel Hill, Mayor Lydia Lavelle of Carrboro and Mayor Jenn Weaver of Hillsborough about a statement they co-signed condemning the death of George Floyd and police brutality.
On Saturday in Winston-Salem, the largest crowd of eight days of demonstrations in the city to that date gathered to protest the deaths of George Floyd and others lost to police brutality.