In 1967, environmental sculptor Patrick Dougherty graduated from UNC with an English degree. Though he currently travels across the globe creating award-winning sculptures out of saplings, he continues to call Chapel Hill home.
With a fresh start and a new downtown location, Dirty South Comedy Theater can now be more active and publicly accessible.
“The world is not a wish-granting factory.”
The Invisible Woman ??1/2 The tragic and clandestine personal life of Charles Dickens is shown in Ralph Fiennes’ “The Invisible Woman.” Though visually attractive, the film lacks storyline-related clarity as well as proper character development.
A little over a year ago, I composed a tweet that went something like, “few things are more intimate than the songs on one’s ‘workout’ playlist.”
N.C. Music Love Army We Are Not For Sale ??? Protest songs In an angered response to legislation passed by North Carolina’s Republican-led government, several North Carolina musicians have joined together to create the N.C. Music Love Army.
Carrie ??1/2 In Kimberly Peirce’s remake of the classic “Carrie,” the horrors of teenage insecurities and bullying are amplified.
Each week, Dive staff writers bring you all the entertainment news that’s fit to print — or post online, rather. This week’s installment finds Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper reunited, a mockumentary TV show making its debut and Danny Brown finally making his way to the Great White North.
Clockwork Kids, a “neo-psychedeic” rock band, was started in 2012 and is made up of five UNC-Chapel Hill students and alums.
4 Stars “Lee Daniels’ The Butler” is a film that highlights important historical moments during the civil rights movement and calls into question both the United States’ governmental role in reaching racial equality as well as the public’s ability to implement change.
On The Road ??? To create a film adaptation of any popular work of literature is to risk controversial feedback; to create a film adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s unprecedented and generation-defining novel is to risk complete failure.
In an age of overproduced and oversimplified coming-of-age television shows, one might look forward to a future of quality teenaged series.