A look into the inspiration and career of Kal Caviness, an artist better known by the name K.A.L.
“I’m not sort of a standard person for the opera world.” Critically acclaimed opera singer and trans-activist Lucia Lucas will perform a show made up of songs from the perspective of villains hosted by Carolina Performing Arts.
The monthly Comedy in a Cave shows at The Cave usually showcase four local comedians and offer fun, positivity and a laid-back environment in an intimate space.
“They’re bringing together two really different ways of understanding the world, and two different perspectives of understanding and questioning the world."
“On the Move: Stories of African American Migration and Mobility” at Wilson Library examines documents, photographs and other materials relevant to six different modes of transportation, such as buses, trains, cars and airplanes and their relationship with African Americans in the past 400 years.
The North Carolina Museum of Art is hosting College Night: ¡Fridamania!, a free event for college students with music, food, dancing and tours of its Mexican Modernism art exhibit.
Past Imperfect: Voices from N.C.'s History tells the stories of a diverse range of North Carolinians who influenced the country, for better or worse.
Wilson library will be showing off a variety of spooky-themed books in celebration of Halloween.
It's time to experience a new take on disco music at WXYC's upcoming disco dance at Cat's Cradle on Nov. 1.
1870 Farm is ready to host some family-friendly fun at their third annual Trick-or-Treat The Farm with high hopes their guests will disconnect from technology and take in the experience.