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Six Months After Becoming Durham’s Mayor, Steve Schewel Has a Lot to Say

In a Q-and-A, Schewel talks gentrification, policing, ICE, the General Assembly, being covered by the newspaper he founded, trying to cultivate the most progressive city in the South, and more
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Theater Review: Some Theater Is Timeless, but Chamber Musical <i>Daddy Long Legs</i> Can't Shake the Twentieth Century

Theater Review: Some Theater Is Timeless, but Chamber Musical Daddy Long Legs Can't Shake the Twentieth Century

The rather dated show runs at Kennedy Theatre from Theatre Raleigh through this Sunday.
Kendrick Lamar, SZA, Schoolboy Q, and a Top-Notch Top Dawg Crew Bring West Coast Flair to Raleigh

Kendrick Lamar, SZA, Schoolboy Q, and a Top-Notch Top Dawg Crew Bring West Coast Flair to Raleigh

The Championship Tour takes over the Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek Saturday night.
Mary Lattimore's Weightless Waves Are Unlike Anything Else

Mary Lattimore's Weightless Waves Are Unlike Anything Else

You can catch the harpist in action at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro Saturday night.
Where to Savor Our Favorites from the Got to Be NC Festival Year-Round

Where to Savor Our Favorites from the Got to Be NC Festival Year-Round

The annual Got to Be NC Festival celebrates our state's agricultural bounty and shines a spotlight on local food artisans.
If <i>Black Panther</i> Was Your Intro to Afrofuturism, Get Caught Up on Its History with <i>Space Is the Place</i>

If Black Panther Was Your Intro to Afrofuturism, Get Caught Up on Its History with Space Is the Place

If Black Panther recently spread the gospel of Afrofuturism to the masses, the canon of Sun Ra, including this 1974 sci-fi film, is one of the cosmology's foundational sources.

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If <i>Rogue One</i> Was a War Picture Set in the <i>Star Wars</i> Universe, then <i>Solo</i> Is a Space Western—a Pretty Good One, Too

If Rogue One Was a War Picture Set in the Star Wars Universe, then Solo Is a Space Western—a Pretty Good One, Too

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Roller Derby Evolved from a Violent Spectacle into a Genuine Competitive Sport for Women, Exploding in Popularity in North Carolina and Around the World

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See the Triangle's own roller derby roustabouts, the Carolina Rollergirls, at Dorton Arena this weekend.

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