On Dec. 20, Carolina Performing Arts released a statement in response to the Sons of Confederate Veterans settlement. Chancellor Emeritus James Moeser said CPA is "appalled at the agreement entered into on our behalf by the UNC System Board of Governors." However, CPA is also dealing with its own place in history. Its primary venue, Memorial Hall, prominently displays plaques in remembrance of founders of the University and memorializing Confederate alumni. Now, CPA recognizes its role in addressing these difficult issues through art.
With all the new online studying resources that have developed in the past decade, there's one question that comes into play: are students actually learning the material or just memorizing someone else's work?
Shop local at the first annual Eno River Farmers Market art showcase on Small Business Saturday.
The production is a little under an hour and features a space-age aesthetic. Director Marc Callahan said he found inspiration from 1960s science fiction and cartoons.
One of the draws of the ComiQuest Film Festival is this unique opportunity for audience members to see some of their favorite films in a theater, especially if they didn't have the chance to see them on a big screen when the films first came out.
Although some may find the subject uncomfortable, Abundance NC is offering the opportunity for people to explore and normalize death at their 4th annual Death Faire on Nov. 2 in Pittsboro.
"The Rocky Horror Picture Show" is back for a fifth year at the Varsity Theater with six shows to celebrate Halloween.
20 of North Carolina's best and brightest Latinx students will be celebrated this Saturday at LatinxEd's 20 Under 20 banquet. These future leaders are honored to win, but just as excited to start shaping the future.
After 25 years of promoting cat adoption and rescue, SAFE Haven will throw an inaugural cat festival that's sure to please all cat lovers.
Princess tackles toxic masculinity in its new album "Out There." The duo will be performing a live narrative of the album on Sept. 28 in Durham.