“I think that a generation has failed to educate our young people about the many losses people suffered in order to preserve our democracy, and that we take our democracy for granted when we shouldn't. I think this is an opportunity to express that this is the next generation of leaders.”
Melissa Miller wants to destigmatize mental health. She's hoping to do so through the Art of Mental Health: Community Art-Making Event at the Rubenstein Arts Center on Saturday, Jan. 11 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The Debbie Casey Memorial Showcase will send donations and a portion of ticket proceeds to charity in honor of Debbie Casey.
The five-hour event will feature over 60 pieces composed by women and allows listeners to arrive and leave at any time.
Club Nova will host performances from artists Nnenna Freelon and Jaki Shelton Green in an event to support those with mental illness.
HRC Triangle's Queer Prom provides everybody with a safe, inclusive and fun environment that many were not able to experience in their teenage years.
Celebrate Halloween with your pet at Barktoberfest in Durham Central Park.
Festifall is coming to downtown Chapel Hill on Saturday, October 12. Local businesses and artists have come together to offer showcases in art, music, and more to celebrate the start of fall.
18 years on, Phoenix Fest in Durham commemorates Hayti's rich contributions to local business and culture. Highlights will include a parade, musical performances, food and local vendors.
Singer-songwriter Alicia Olatuja will be visiting UNC on Oct. 2. Her newest album, "Intuition: Songs From The Minds Of Women", celebrates the female composers that came before her.