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Fall for You: Our 2017 Fall Arts Guide

Ninety-seven. That's the number of events we've highlighted to make sure you have no excuse for FOMO this fall.

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Leaves of 'Grass

The International Bluegrass Music Association trade conference and music festival has plenty for ordinary fans to enjoy as well.

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Monk Matters

For eleven days this October, Duke Performances celebrates Monk's hundredth birthday with a massively ambitious festival titled Monk@100: A Celebration of Genius.

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Kings Screens Akounak Tedalat Taha Tazoughai Featuring Guitarist Mdou Moctar

A Tuarag twist on Prince's Purple Rain

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Fall into Theater

The recent or impending closures of high-profile theaters like Common Ground and Manbites Dog aren't slowing down the Triangle's theater artists this fall.

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Fall into Dance

We're excited about a dance-piano collab, a collision of hip-hop stars, a takedown of Samuel Pepys, and more.

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Fall into Books

Annalee Newitz, Armistead Maupin, John Hodgman, and many more authors visit the Triangle this fall.

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Fall Into a Dream Buffet

TerraVita Food & Drink Festival is a foodie celebration with a conscience.

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Fall into Flavor

Decadent farm-fresh treats grace local menus this season

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Escape from the Fall

All those blazing orange leaves getting too poignant? Here's a way to have fun in windowless rooms.

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Fall into Festivals

Here's a small sample of the best autumn gatherings where you can do a lot in one go.

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Fall into Halloween

Haunted houses, haunted races, haunted theater productions ... must be Halloween.

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Hidden Gems: The INDY’s Fall Guide to Arts & Culture

From music to food to the stage, all the events you mustn’t miss this autumn in one convenient package.

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Pop Goes the Jazz Club with Varipop, a New Music Festival at The Shed and SPECTRE Arts

Plus more top concert picks for the fall, including Chance the Rapper and Anne Sofie von Otter.

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Young Activists Fill the Carrack with Intimate Portraits of Food Justice in Reframing Food

Plus the Terra Vita Food & Drink Festival, the Carolina Food Summit, and the N.C. Barbecue Revival.

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With Its Art& Project, the Ackland Makes the Museum a Place to Live

Plus more top art events this fall, including the Click! Triangle Photography Festival and Art Deco cars at NCMA.

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At Duke Performances, the Civilians Face Death with Crime-Scene Cleaners, E.R. Nurses, and Vampires

Plus more performing-arts highlights this fall, including Fun Home, Hannibal Buress, and The Trump Card.

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New Yorker Staffer Lauren Collins’s Linguistic Love Story in When in French

Plus more top readings this fall, including Emma Donaghue, Jonathan Lethem, and Jodi Picoult.

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Twenty Fine Fall Films Both Big and Small

We pick the highlights, from major releases to arthouse creepers, of this cinema season.

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Thanks for the nod, Sam...just a note: It's OCTOBER 9, not november...

by Eryk Pruitt on Fall into Books (Fall Guide)

Ack! And one more thing:

The Durham Literacy Center will host a special event with #1 New York Times …

by Sam M-B on Fall into Books (Fall Guide)

A great selection of the literary highlights! Here's a couple handfuls more, from the speculative fiction neighborhood:

September 19 …

by Sam M-B on Fall into Books (Fall Guide)

Hi, All,
Alexis Pauline Gumb's reading of SPILL at The Regulator Bookshop has been rescheduled for Nov. 1 at 7PM. …

by amys on New Yorker Staffer Lauren Collins’s Linguistic Love Story in When in French (Fall Guide)

What about the 'trashion' show Rubbish2Runway at Frank Art Gallery in Chapel Hill????

by Cheryl Hill on Our guide to local arts and culture this autumn (Fall Guide)

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Thanks for the nod, Sam...just a note: It's OCTOBER 9, not november...

by Eryk Pruitt on Fall into Books (Fall Guide)

Ack! And one more thing:

The Durham Literacy Center will host a special event with #1 New York Times …

by Sam M-B on Fall into Books (Fall Guide)

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