Thomas Wolfe’s birthday is being celebrated a day early this year.
The University is celebrating Nina Simone for her words — not just the ones she put to music, but also the ones she used to speak against racial injustices during the civil rights movement.
Nightlight hosted a tribute show for the legendary folk musician featuring musicians from local bands and a slide show of images from the Southern Folklife Collection at Wilson Library.
Students of PlayMakers’ Summer Youth Conservatory will take viewers into a world where a 20-year drought has rendered the population unable to urinate without paying a fee. To end the five-week conservatory, the high-school students will perform the Tony Award-winning comedy “Urinetown: The Musical” four times, beginning July 19.
The art exhibit at the Horace Williams House, opening Thursday, showcases two exhibits featuring paintings of brilliant colors and sculptures celebrating playfulness.
North Carolina filmmakers will soon get the chance to showcase their short films at the Carrboro ArtsCenter as part of the new Triangle Narrative Film Series.