Everett Handy

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Q&A with punk rock 'n' roll band Raw McCartney

Raw McCartney is an eccentric band whose oddity extends well past their music. They are a self-labeled chill, psych and punk rock 'n' roll band from Indianapolis. They will be performing tonight alongside bands SOON and the mineral girls at Local 506. Staff writer Everett Handy interviewed Raw McCartney band members Jacob Gardner and Brian Bissart.


"Still Life #11" by Heeseop Yoon at Smack Mellon

Artist brings wall drawings to Hanes Art Center

Thousands of thin strips of black tape now decorate the John and June Allcott Gallery of Hanes Art Center. The department’s newest exhibition, “Material World,” is a complex wall drawing made by Korean-born artist Heeseop Yoon.


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Q&A with journalist, author Lev Grossman

Lev Grossman, book critic and technology writer at Time magazine, released the final novel in his “Magicians” trilogy, “The Magician’s Land.” He will talk at Flyleaf Books tonight. Staff writer Everett Handy spoke to him about the series.



Chapel Hill Rockapella: UNC Clef Hangers

Throughout the fall semester, Canvas will follow several of UNC’s student a cappella groups, looking and listening to what makes each unique. In this third installment of the series, staff writer Everett Handy looked at the time honored traditions of the UNC Clef Hangers.


Chapel Hill Rockapella: UNC Walk-Ons

Throughout the fall semester, Canvas will follow several of UNC’s student a cappella groups, looking and listening to what makes each unique.In this first installment of the series, staff writer Everett Handy looked at the dynamic nature of the UNC Walk-Ons.


Communication studies class to focus on paranoia in performance

You don’t need to interact with the man in an underground bunker wearing an aluminum hat to hear the latest discussion on surveillance and paranoia.Under the guidance of communications studies professor Tony Perucci, 12 students in his COMM 564 class, "Paranoia in Performance," will perform a piece today called “You’re Being Watched” to start a discussion on how much people


Pop Up Chorus in Durham attracts a diverse audience

No auditions, no mandatory attendance: just show up and sing. Designed to be low-maintenance for people with a busy schedule, Pop Up Chorus is a local vocal ensemble that meets on Mondays in Durham to learn and perform with a completely different group of people each time. Lauren Hodge, organizer of the group, said anyone is welcome.