“If we’re going to talk, just humans to humans, we have to look at the ugly stuff too.”
The "Mornings at the Movies" series started this Wednesday and will continue into May. UNC faculty members will show a movie and host a discussion afterward in the hopes of bringing the community together.
The Department of Romance Studies and Hispanic honors society Sigma Delta Pi will be performing a play entitled "El palco del real." The play is about a dysfunctional family in Barcelona and was created by UNC Spanish professor Martha Alexander.
Celebrate the art of molten metal with artists collective Liberty Arts.
Long Story Shorts Play Festival will give audience members a show they will remember. One student's play was inspired by her mother's death, while another student's will explore the relationship of a man and a woman who saved his life. From comedy to tragedy, the show is sure to please all viewers.
Ebony Readers/Onyx Theatre, a spoken word group at UNC, held their Casino Royale-themed show Thursday.
Carrboro Farmers' Market offers you a chance to have a conversation with the producers of their food.
Asheville-based band Polly Panic is making big waves in the underground music scene. Their unique style of music points to their mission to diversify what many consider mainstream rock 'n' roll.
The Manhattan Short film festival is expanding to Carrboro, N.C. and other small towns. The festival will feature nine eligible Oscar nominees, and the public has the power to decide which film wins.