Bitter Resolve is an earthbound space rock group from Carrboro that is performing at Local 506 on April 28. Staff writer Marin Herold spoke with band member Rob Walsh about performing in his own bar and how the band's sound has changed since its inception.
Just Music benefit concert seeks to raise awareness for modern slavery and trafficking through music
On Friday, the International Justice Mission is putting on its annual Just Music benefit concert to raise awareness and garner support for modern-day slavery and human trafficking.
Mipso, an indie-Americana quartet from Chapel Hill, is releasing their fourth album, "Edges Run," this Friday and going on tour. Staff writer Marin Herold digs deep into the new album with vocalist and guitarist Joseph Terrell.
PlayMakers Repertory Company is putting on their renditions of Molière’s "Tartuffe," adapted by David Ball and directed by Saheem Ali, and "The Christians," by Lucas Hnath and directed by Preston Lane. The plays' themes were “a search for truth.” "The Christians" will run until Saturday and "Tartuffe" until Sunday.
Carolina Vibe, a dance group on campus, are impassioned by more than simply entertaining the masses. They care about their Chapel Hill community — specifically, the UNC Children’s Hospital.
This weekend, UNC Opera will be performing their version of Jules Émile Fréderic Massenet’s “Cendrillon,” translated to “Cinderella” in English, in the James and Susan Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall. The Saturday performance will start at 8 p.m., and the Sunday performance will start at 7:30 p.m.
Dissimilar South is a folk band of four UNC-Chapel Hill students who are playing at Local 506 with Pretend Chess Friday. Tickets are $8, and the show starts at 9 p.m.
St. Anthony Hall is hosting a two-hour long Speaker Series event highlighting two artists based in North Carolina at 4 p.m. this Friday. Artists Natasha Powell Walker and Susan Brubaker Knapp will be displaying their art, talking about why they are passionate about their craft and revealing how they managed to make a living creating art.
Chapel Hill’s laugh count is going to increase exponentially tomorrow at 8 p.m. That's when CHiPs (Chapel Hill Players) will be hosting their first show of the year in room 100 at Hamilton Hall.
Patrick Dougherty is a UNC alum and stick sculptor based in Chapel Hill. His work has been displayed at notable venues including the North Carolina Botanical Garden and the North Carolina Museum of Art. This month, he will be building a new structure outside the Ackland Art Museum.