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"Here we are, 40 days away from the premiere of the eighth and final season of “Game of Thrones,” and just 75 days until the end of modern television as we know it."
"Can you smell it? That sweet, sweet mixture. The sweat of thousands of people who just sprinted from every direction. The smoke of a freshly lit bonfire burning on Franklin Street. The putrid scent of misery and despair drifting down 15-501 from 10 miles away."
Whatever your Valentine may look like this year — long-term lover, friend with benefits or just you — here's a list of go-to Netflix picks for every situation.
"In a world where awards show ratings are steadily declining, maybe the Academy’s host-less experiment will prove to be the spark needed to jumpstart the genre’s return to prominence."
With the Super Bowl taking place in hip-hop heaven, the NFL has no reason to snub Atlanta-based musicians.
Here's how this year's cinematic debuts did at the Oscars.
After spending 39 days in the Fijian wilderness as a castaway on the 37th season of “Survivor,” Dr. Alison Raybould, chief resident at the UNC Department of Medicine, is back in Chapel Hill and experiencing life as a local celebrity. During last Wednesday’s episode, Raybould secured a spot as one of the competition’s final eight contestants, getting one step closer to taking home the show’s $1 million prize. Raybould took time to reflect on life after the island with Daily Tar Heel senior writer Zach Goins.
Sororities at UNC are racing against each other to see who can donate the most blood, an effort that is divided into teams but comes together for a joint effort.
Staff writer Zach Goins saw "It" on Sunday.