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Assessing the Spring Shows from Durham Independent Dance Artists According to Its Implicit Vision of Dance Without Borders

Assessing the Spring Shows from Durham Independent Dance Artists According to Its Implicit Vision of Dance Without Borders

Catch up on DIDA's spring season with reviews of shows by Porter Witsell, Alyssa Noble and Allie Pfeffer, and The Department of Improvised Dance.

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The Drain on Main Is Only for the Rain. Durham Hired Artist Candy Carver to Remind Us.

Arts Feature To commemorate Creek Week, Carver painted a mural around the storm drain in front of Viceroy.

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Pugilism Gets Political in The Royale, a Cracking Dramatization of "The Fight of the Century"

Theater The play runs at Burning Coal Theatre Company in Raleigh through April 23.

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Revival Is an Intimate, Almost Voyeuristic Look at the Varieties of Religious Experience

Theater The original play runs at Ward Theatre in Durham through May 7.

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Cherry Vanilla's New Wave Adventures in the Sixties and Seventies Flavor Jaybird O'Berski's Jacques Brel Revue

Arts Feature The "muse" of O'Berski's Duke Theater Studies production reads from her memoir, Lick Me, on the show's Studio 54-inspired set.

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Through Journals and Kaleidoscopes, Catherine Edgerton Shines Healing Light on Mental Health and Addiction Challenges

Arts Feature Edgerton's exhibit Bottled Light has its opening reception at the Carrack this Friday.

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Durham's Jessamyn Stanley, Author of Every Body Yoga, on Conquering Self-Hate to Become a National Yoga-for-All Advocate

Lit Local We speak with Stanley on the eve of two Raleigh book-release events at Quail Ridge Books and N.C. State.

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Howard L. Craft Sets a Sensitive, Authentic Family Drama in Durham in The Miraculous and the Mundane

Theater The workshop production of the Durham playwright's latest runs at Manbites Dog Theater through Saturday, April 1.

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The Makery and Mercury Studio Merge Into the Mothership, a Haven for Coworking and Local Design

Arts Feature The businesses have long been close collaborators but recently made it official in advance of a move away from Geer Street, likely by the end of the year.

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L.O.G., One of Local Art's Best-Kept Secrets, Steals Out of the Woods for a Sojourn in the City

Arts Feature The L.O.G.-curated exhibit Deadpan, part of the group's ongoing residency at Lump in Raleigh, closes this weekend.

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Superhero MC: Darryl "D.M.C." McDaniels Returns to the Comics That Helped Mutate a Catholic Schoolkid Into a Hip-Hop Legend

Pop Culture McDaniels appears at NC Comicon: Oak City this weekend to discuss his career and Darryl Makes Comics.

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As Trump Tries to Erase LGBTQ Histories, The Durham County Library Pushes Back to Preserve Them

Reading Love + Liberation is a new online showcase of oral histories and artifacts from Durham's LGBTQ community.

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Particle Falls, a Spectacular Display With a Pressing Environmental Message, Lights Up Downtown Raleigh

Arts Feature The exhibit is on view after sundown on Hargett Street starting March 24.

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Natalie C. Anderson Worked with Refugees in Raleigh. Now She’s Coming Back to Launch Her Debut YA Novel About Refugees in Africa.

Lit Local The author of City of Saints & Thieves comes to Quail Ridge Books on March 13, appearing on a panel with Alwyn Hamilton, Lesley Livingston, and Renée Ahdieh.

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Legendary Filmmaker and Lowbrow Virtuoso John Waters Gets Even Filthier for Our Lowbrow Times

Arts Feature Waters brings his one-person show, This Filthy World: Dirtier & Filthier, to the Carolina Theatre on Thursday, March 9.

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With or Without Its Audio Accompaniment, This Is Not a Novel Thrives on the Element of Surprise

Theater We review Little Green Pig's immersive theatrical maze, the subject of our Durham cover story last week, before it finishes its run this weekend.

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