After a much-needed cooling rain last Saturday, a new art exhibition titled “La Eterna Injusticia,” had its opening reception at BASEMENT.Read More
Few artists paint the ice, but an artist in Carrboro does.
After an unseasonably warm winter, spring seems to have arrived early as evidenced by the blooming of daffodils just about everywhere.
Carol Sloane could scat with the best of them.
Killian Manning doesn’t want to say much about her company’s upcoming dance performance. Instead, she asks a series of questions.
Hamlet is a tragedy, yes—Shakespeare’s play is fully titled, The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark—but it’s more than the gold standard of tragedies.
Actors Improv Theater (AIT, formerly Transactors) has been around since 1983. You’ve been its director since 1996. How do you explain the longevity?
Today when Southerners hear about kudzu (Pueraria montana), it is despised as an uncontrollable invasive vine.
This December, The ArtsCenter in Carrboro has two improv (improvisation) shows for the holidays.
The Carrboro Film Fest (CFF) is in its 17th year this November, with screenings of 2022’s films Nov. 18-20 at The ArtsCenter.
When it is late fall in Orange County, North Carolina, hundreds of visual artists open their studios for the public to visit as part of a tour held by the Orange County Artists Guild (OCAG).
The North Carolina Botanical Garden is currently hosting its annual Sculpture in the Garden exhibit.
Theater and the performing arts are alive and well in the greater Triangle.
In August and September, the historic Forest Theatre (open-air amphitheater) in Chapel Hill has played host to the beloved giant puppet show put on for 22 years by Paperhand Puppet Intervention (PPI)
North Carolina has a rich musical history and has been the birthplace of greats such as…
Alex Benedict is an undergrad at UNC-CH majoring in English and Comparative Literature.
“I believe in revealing the creative process behind the music.” So said Brad Linde last Thursday night in Chapel Hill.
The Work Wife, the debut novel by Chapel Hill author Alison B. Hart, unfolds over the course of a single day and depicts characters set on a collision course in the #MeToo era.
There’s an experimental art space in Chapel Hill. It’s tucked away and under the radar.
The final performance of “Staged: New Play Readings” at Carrboro’s ArtCenter was on Sunday, June 12.
Many mental illnesses don’t have a single origin. Local artist, author and veteran Loretta Morris-White exemplifies this etiology.
In this two-part series, TLR profiles two local artists who have struggled with mental health and/or substance abuse challenges and have experienced the healing power of artmaking and the creative life.
When artistic photographer Eve White was five years old she had a birthday party at Washington, DC’s Rock Creek Park.
New York City artist sTo Len is visiting Chapel Hill to make art using trash collected for him along the Haw River in Chatham County.
“We don’t have a sign because we’re called ‘Speakeasy,’ said Norm Underwood, the general manager of Speakeasy on Main in downtown Carrboro.
Downtown Chapel Hill historically has been home to a vibrant cultural milieu, featuring multiple first-run movie screens, new and used bookstores, comic bookstores, new and used record stores and performance venues.
COMMUNITY By Pamir Kiciman On a warm January afternoon following a weekend of snow and ice, Colony Woods residents Bill and Anne Brashear accompanied a local reporter on a tour…
Mecklenburg County is widely respected across North Carolina for its innovations in managing stormwater runoff in urban areas.