It’s that time of year for Raleigh’s mass exodus to Durham for the weekend.
Durham County’s transit future dictates ours.
NCSU summer Design Build studio bringing one of a kind structure to Durham.
A report on the second night of Full Frame, delivered from the front lines.
Ashley Christensen, Scott Crawford Semifinalists for 2011 James Beard Best Chef Southeast
A perfect way to escape this weekend may be with some nostalgic childhood film faves.
Local crafters get their “make” on.
Time to start planning your screenings.
Offering a gory good time for horror buffs.
Beginning this Wednesday, January 13th, the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival will be showing a short series of films that have made it on to the Academy Awards’ short list for best documentary nominees.
Below the fold is a summary of some of the local musical events that occurred in 2009, month by month.
How many people get to design a building on our National Mall in Washington DC? Add Durham’s Philip Freelon to that list of people.
Sometimes rock stars get laid off too. Jean Smith, half of the legendary Vancouver duo Mecca Normal, found that out recently when she was let go from her job at a clothing store. As it turned out, the job loss coincided with the 25th anniversary of her band, so she and partner David Lester decided it was time to hit the road, this time with an art exhibit, lecture and performance event called “How Art & Music Can Change the World.” They’ll be in Durham this Saturday at Duo Fest, an event celebrating two-piece rock bands hosted by locals Beloved Binge. Before embarking on the tour, Smith answered five questions for us.
At 50, Morrissey is pushing forward musically in a way that few have done at his age, besides Nick Cave. The crooning has turned to a darker rock yell. Morrissey blazed through the songs and bowed as the lights went out at the end of almost every song.
A Sort of Homecoming.
April 2nd can’t get here soon enough, but this can tide us over.