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Instant Best-Seller The Woman in the Window Is Much More Than Gone Girl with the Dragon Tattoo on the Train

We speak with Daniel Mallory, better known as A.J. Finn, about the breakout success of his psychological crime thriller.

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Chapel Hill's FRANK Gallery Is the Latest Local Spot to Flee the Wasteland of Franklin Street for University Place

The local gallery and artist collective has a grand opening party in its new location this Friday evening.

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The Eighteenth-Century Feminine Depictions in Becoming a Woman in the Age of Enlightenment Still Reflect the Contradictions of Our Times

The exhibit, featuring French art from the acclaimed Horvitz collection, has a Second Friday reception at the Ackland Art Museum this week.

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Monét Noelle Marshall’s Buy My Soul and Call It Art Forces an Overdue Conversation About the Local and National Art Scene’s Racist Framework

Marshall's challenging performance art installation runs at the Living Arts Collective through Sunday, Feb. 4.

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Part Two of Our Early Look at the Bounty Spilling onto the INDY’s Pages and Triangle Stages Each Week This Year

Plenty more is coming down the pipeline, but you could make a solid year in culture just with the events we run down here.

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We'll Have a Crystal Ball: Glimpse What's Coming to the INDY's Pages and Triangle Stages in 2018

There's so much going on it took us two pages just to get through March. Tune in next week for part two.

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A New Thrift store at the Scrap Exchange Might Seem Redundant, But It’s Good for the Future of the Nonprofit—And the Triangle

The Scrap Exchange's newest endeavor opened in the Lakewood Shopping Center on Thursday, December 14.

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Meet the Winners of the 2017 Indies Arts Awards

In one of the most tumultuous years in recent memory, we're especially grateful to those who made the Triangle's art scene better and more just.

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With the Comedy World’s Toxic Culture on National Notice, Mettlesome is a New Kind of Organization for a New South

Ashley Melzer, Rose Werth, and Jack Reitz are focused on cultivating a diverse climate that gives performers power.

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The Saving Space Showcase Parts the Sea of White Dude Bands While Raising Money for Local Nonprofits

Sarah Schmader launched the series of benefit concerts throughout Triangle venues this year.

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Instead of Compromising with White Supremacy, the Afrofuturist Youth Center Blackspace Is a Visionary Alternative

Before he ran for mayor of Durham, Pierce Freelon founded Blackspace with a lot of help from people like Tarish Pipkins.

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Arty Bars Ruby Deluxe and Arcana Cultivate Queer-Friendly Atmospheres in Raleigh and Durham

Lindsey Andrews and Erin Karcher are the proprietors of Arcana, while Daniel Tomas and Tim Lemuel run Ruby Deluxe.

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More Than Just Dance, Empower Dance Studio Teaches an Inclusive, Diverse Vision of Downtown Durham

Nicole Oxendine and Jessica Burroughs are keeping dance rooted amid the whirlwind of Durham development.

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Tim Walter’s Long Effort to Give Downtown Durham a Venue It Needed Pays Off in the Nick of Time

The Durham Fruit & Produce Co. finally officially opened this year, just in time to host Duke Performances' nationally noted Thelonious Monk festival.

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The PIT Wants to Fill the Disgraced DSI Comedy Theater's Void. But Will It Just Replicate the Same Toxic Culture?

No sooner did the New York City-based improv theater announce its expansion into Chapel Hill than concerns about its culture broke out on social media.

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You Never Know What Show You’ll Get from Little Green Pig’s Improvised Lake Placid, Set During the 1980 Winter Olympics

Director Jaybird O'Berski's latest invention runs at the Durham Fruit & Produce Co. through Saturday, Dec. 9.

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Deep Listening Is Yoga to Our Ears at Global Breath Studio in Durham

What’s deep about this listening is how it reconnects the auditory sense to a more primal, elemental kind of hearing.

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Teenage Artist Eli Melet’s Mixed-Media Work with Eggshells Earns Him a Spot in the Orange County Artists Guild

Melet is participating in the guild's annual studio tour this weekend.

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The Seventeenth-Century Diaries of an Oversharing Misogynist Become Timely Fodder for Big Dance Theater in 17c

Carolina Performing Arts brings the Samuel Pepys-based show to Memorial Hall on Nov. 9 and 10.

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Acceptance of Others Starts with the Self in Familial Drama The Mystery of Love and Sex

The Honest Pint Theatre production of Bathsheba Doran's play runs at NRACT through Nov. 12.

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