The Circle is having its third annual show at the ArtsCenter featuring special musical guests that bring fresh takes on your holiday favorites.
The goats of Spring Haven farm have become local celebrities, offering Chapel Hill residents a variety of different activities to do with them, like yoga, cuddling and movie nights.
Julie Berkowitz and Christine Parks had their first tea and pottery show Saturday set in a greenhouse in Chapel Hill.
The second annual Student Hip-Hop Organization's 919 Fest, "Unite Carolina," celebrated a wide variety of student performers Saturday night.
The gardening store is now teaching classes to promote DIY wellness, ranging from brewing beer and kombucha to succulent cultivation.
Its UNC Sangam's turn to host Triangle Garba this year in Fetzer Gym, working together with NCSU Ektaa and Duke Diya.
UNC's art department collaborated with the Nlele Institute to bring the work of Nigerian photography students to Chapel Hill.
The PIT founder, Ali Farahnakian, will lead a workshop to share the dos and don'ts of being a successful comedy writer.