Arts & Culture

Arts Nonprofits Grapple with Effects of COVID Year

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.

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2019: The Year of the Cradle

1969 was the year that the Cat’s Cradle opened its doors, and gave music a place to live and be live in the Triangle. First in Chapel Hill, now in Carrboro, bands will tell you that between D.C. and Atlanta there is no better club than the Cat’s Cradle.

At the Inn, 12 Days of Joy

Now in its 22nd year, the 12 Days of Christmas celebration at the Carolina Inn has become a local holiday tradition.

The Artist, at 13, Gets Her Due

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.

The Little Art House That Could

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…