In announcing the Bessie Award to Chuck Davis, the awards’ organization recognized this Durham-based dance maker’s achievements that include his founding and stewardship of DanceAfrica!, a festival he started in 1977 at New York’s Brooklyn Academy of Music.
People with cups in hand came to Carrboro Sunday afternoon on a twofold mission: to foster beer education and alleviate local hunger.
The man who has opened every performance for decades with “Peace! Love! Respect! For everybody!” will receive an award that represents the respect that others in his field have for him.
After the size of UNC-Chapel Hill’s health fee and its use for sexual health education programs raised the eyebrows of some UNC-system governing board members earlier this year, Chapel Hill leaders developed a three-year plan for paring it back.
Northgate Mall’s “Music on the Plaza” season will open Oct. 24 with the Durham Symphony Orchestra.
N.C. Central loses in the MEAC for the first time this season.
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The acoustic guitar duo of Julian Lage and Chris “Critter” Eldridge are touring to promote their new release “Avalon.” They will perform at the Carolina Theatre at 8 p.m. Tuesday. For tickets, call 919-560-3030 or visit www.carolinatheatre.org.
People gathered last week at East Chapel Hill High School to participate in a bullying panel hosted by Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt.
After the size of UNC-Chapel Hill’s health fee and its use for sexual health education programs raised the eyebrows of some members of the system’s governing board earlier this year, Chapel Hill leaders developed a three-year plan for paring it back.
The fourth annual Creative Food Drive (CFD) brought together businesses, schools and non-profits on Saturday to raise money and food for Housing of New Hope, a Durham non-profit that assists in finding shelter and food for those in need.
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Low-income tenants and the Human Rights Center of Chapel Hill-Carrboro have been struggling with property giant GSC Apartments for months – and recently, they asked local government to join in the conversation.
Stephanie Eakes came to the UNC Horizons treatment program for the first time in June 2012 because she knew it was a safe place to have her baby.
“I knew I couldn’t use any drugs here,” Eakes said of the Chapel Hill-based program, which is a substance abuse treatment program for pregnant women and mothers.