Drinking games, when played responsibly, can be fun. Here in the good ol’ U.S., we tend to enjoy a good few rounds of “Circle of Death."
For many, sharing stories is a method of solidarity.
Feelings about 2016 are subjective — everyone feels differently.
Tonight the concert venue, in conjunction with local church Love Chapel Hill, will be hosting their concert event, “Christmas at the Cradle.”
Christmas just isn’t Christmas without Christmas music. Nobody knows this better than Durham-based, Florida-born folk-rock musician Mike Furlong, aka Mike the Prophet.
John Paul White, previously a member of the band The Civil Wars, just released his first solo album in almost a decade — "Beulah" — in August. He will be performing Oct. 8 at Fletcher Opera Theater in Raleigh. White spoke to staff writer Paige Connelly about his music, influences and journey from being in a duo to being a solo artist.
The Shakori Hills GrassRoots Festival starts Oct. 6. Some students know what it is, some don't — but it's a local institution that deserves to be known. For those new to Shakori and those returning, here are 10 facts that you didn't know about the Pittsboro festival.
From a slum in Uganda to the silver screen, UNC professor and author Tim Crothers has brought the story of chess and a young girl’s dream across the world. A Disney and ESPN film based off of his book, “Queen of Katwe,” will begin showing Friday, Sept. 30, at Silverspot in Chapel Hill.
In the rush of students moving to and from classes, Katie Moninghoff stood in the middle of it all, dressed in dance attire.
Wells Fargo released an ad recently captioned “A ballerina yesterday. An engineer today,” and “An actor yesterday. A botanist today.” This message did not resonate with a lot of students who find their livelihood in the arts, so Kate Jones, a junior dramatic art and communications performance studies major, decided to do something about it.
San Francisco-based alternative rock band Finish Ticket mesmerized the sold-out crowd at Chapel Hill’s Local 506 Saturday night with their powerful sound and stage presence. They went from playing locally in the Bay Area to co-headlining a tour with Vinyl Theatre. Lead singer Brendan Hoye spoke with staff writer Paige Connelly to talk about the band's evolution, musical influences and touring.
UNC’s Center for the Study of American South (CSAS) is hosting an art exhibit this spring titled “Sacred Spaces: A Look Inside the Home of Harlem Renaissance Poet Anne Spencer,” which centers on...
Throughout the fall semester, Canvas will follow several of UNC’s student a cappel...
Throughout the fall semester, Canvas will follow several of UNC’s student a cappella gro...
On Tuesday night, the Ackland Art Museum and the Global Cinema Studies department will come toge...
Fittingly located in the progressive town of Carrboro, coffee shop Johnny’s Gone Fishing has be...