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At a time when every day feels like a battle, community theatre may not be at the top of your list of mood-boosters; but Odyssey Stage’s lineup for this year’s NC 10by10 Festival is a must-see…
In March 2020, Jessica Alexander left New York City and returned to the Triangle area where she had grown up. During the summer, she was practicing dance outdoors with a friend…
Plants send their children out into the world equipping them with wings or parachutes to catch a breeze, hooks and barbs to grab hold of passing critters or wrap them in tasty coatings to entice passers-by with a tempting treat. Wind, water…
In the 88-year history of the American Dance Festival (ADF), a scheduled performance season has only been cancelled one time, in 2020 — as a response to the COIVD-19 global pandemic.
When COVID forced high school drama students to move to a digital stage, East Chapel Hill High School theater manager Hope Love kicked the creativity up a level. She and her students…
After more than a year of shuttered venues and cancelled performances, arts and entertainment nonprofit organizations are grappling with devastating amounts of lost revenue and facing a longer road to recovery than any other sector of nonprofits.
The air is humid and thick with the smell of OFF! Deep Woods bug spray. People from around Chatham County, and some from around the state, grab a bite to eat from a local food truck, then settle in to their lawn chairs in the small field outside of Bynum General Store.
The Chapel Hill Public Library continues looking to the past to inform the present. The library will host, starting Sunday, an exhibit about local women who participated in the civil rights movement.
After being closed for nearly 10 months, the Ackland Art Museum is scheduled to reopen Wednesday, Jan. 27, at 25-percent capacity.
Chapel Hill lost one of its best writers and most renowned residents when Elizabeth Spencer passed away Dec. 23 at the age of 98.
It was standing room only for the annual Community Carol Sing at the former Manns Chapel Methodist Church.
A young Chapel Hill artist has won national honors for her photography. Alex Rae Hogue, 16, has been named an honorable mention winner in the annual photography competition sponsored by the National YoungArts Foundation.
A new digital streaming platform and music library dedicated to local music seeks Chapel Hill area musicians to submit music for its inaugural collection.
Talk to almost any artist and they will tell you that no matter how clear their vision was before they started their painting, book, song or film, the project evolved and the end result surprised them.
Now in its 22nd year, the 12 Days of Christmas celebration at the Carolina Inn has become a local holiday tradition.
In a community known for its commitment to arts and education, Stella Waugh-Stewart, age 13, should feel like less of an outsider. She’s academically successful and a talented artist.
ARTS & CULTURE TLR Staff Report The Chelsea movie theater — on the verge of closing just a couple of years ago — is thriving and growing. Memberships in the…