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This American Life Host Ira Glass Remixes His Radio Saga Onstage at DPAC

The “NPR voice” of his generation shares seven things he’s learned on Saturday, Sept. 10.

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Horse & Buggy Press Marks Twenty Years of Artisanal Printing in a Page-Turner of an Art Show

After debuting at Cassilhaus, letterpress printer Dave Wofford’s mid-career retrospective runs at CAM Raleigh through Aug. 7.

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Culture Mill and Australian Dance Company The Farm Prove That Global Collaboration Plays in Saxapahaw

We report on The Farm’s Trust the Bus performance this weekend—and on a new grant that will change Culture Mill’s future.

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The Carrack Modern Art is Moving, Redrawing the Downtown Art Scene’s Borders

On July 1, Laura Ritchie’s landmark gallery will leave Parrish Street for the new Torus Building on Main.

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At Moogfest, Cyborg Activists Take Wearable Tech to the Next Level—Inside Their Bodies

Neil Harbisson has an antenna in his skull, while Moon Ribas has a seismograph in her arm.

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Moogfest Beyond the Concerts: A Music Fan’s Guide to Transhumanism, Technoshamanism, Afrofuturism, and More

We use artists you know to crack open some of Moogfest’s esoteric thematic programming.

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The Stage Highlights of the 2015-16 Season—And What They Say About Their Presenters

We explore the visions and values of the area’s main academic presenters through the lens of some of their best shows this season.

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As a Tarot Trend Sweeps Durham, the City’s Magic Community Comes Out of the Broom Closet

At this rate, we’ll soon have to change Major the Bull’s name to Major Arcana.

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Durham’s Best (OK, Only) Rare Tuba Museum Opens to the Public

The V&E Simonetti Historic Tuba Collection has its grand opening Saturday, March 5.

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Discover Oberlin Cemetery, a Buried History of Black Prosperity Hidden in Cameron Village

The unmarked graveyard is among the last remnants of the prosperous black community Cameron Village displaced.

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Five things that mattered this year in viral media

Forget the Holderness clan—these five homegrown social media trends also made an impact.

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Five things that mattered this year in the performing arts

Theater confronted its racial issues, grassroots dance and theater organizations thrived and other signs of life on local stages.

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Indies Arts Awards 2015

Celebrating the engineers of the Triangle's arts and culture scenes

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Indies Arts Awards: Hopscotch’s Greg Lowenhagen and Art of Cool Fest’s Cicely Mitchell prove the Triangle’s viability for innovative music festivals

This year’s Indies Arts Awards winners also include Chris Tonelli, Emil Kang, Kym Register and Dasan Ahanu.

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Indies Arts Awards: Carolina Performing Arts’ Emil Kang brings the global avant-garde to Chapel Hill through personal determination

This year’s Indies Arts Awards winners also include Chris Tonelli, Cicely Mitchell, Greg Lowenhagen, Kym Register and Dasan Ahanu.

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Indies Arts Awards: The Pinhook’s Kym Register uses her rock club to empower Durham voices

This year’s Indies Arts Awards winners also include Chris Tonelli, Cicely Mitchell, Greg Lowenhagen, Emil Kang and Dasan Ahanu.

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Indies Arts Awards: Durham poet Dasan Ahanu uses hip-hop education and action to inspire more work

This year’s Indies Arts Awards winners also include Chris Tonelli, Cicely Mitchell, Greg Lowenhagen, Emil Kang and Kym Register.

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Indies Arts Awards: Chris Tonelli gives Raleigh its poetry presence, even if it can feel like a one-person mission

This year’s Indies Arts Awards winners also include Dasan Ahanu, Cicely Mitchell, Greg Lowenhagen, Emil Kang and Kym Register.

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The Nasher turns 10: How Duke’s obscure campus museum grew into a world-class mirror for Durham

The Nasher Museum of Art continues its birthday celebration this weekend with a downtown Durham block party.

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Lump turns 20: How Raleigh’s essential early gallery and collective ignited a sleepy Southern art scene

One of Raleigh’s oldest art spaces celebrates two decades of innovation and influence in a season dubbed Lumpxx.

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