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Weekend at a Glance: Peppers, Pork and Plays

The Cake – Wednesday-Friday, 7:30pm; Sunday, 2pm – Get your fill of comedy and drama in this original play written by UNC alumnus and...

Weekend at a Glance: Comedy, Cookouts and Concerts

The Cake – Wednesday-Friday, 7:30pm; Sunday, 2pm – Get your fill of comedy and drama in this original play written by UNC alumnus and...

Weekend at a Glance: Block Party, Book Sale and Bluegrass

Systems and Cycles Exhibit – September 5 – October 7 – Artists Luna Lee Ray and Shelly Hehenberger collaborate to address the themes of...

Weekend at a Glance: Pep-Rallies, Puppets & Progressive Music

  Artist Talk with Austin Cathey at FRANK Gallery- Thursday, 6-8pm - Come listen to an exclusive chat with this North Carolina based artists. The...

Weekend at a Glance: Films, Family & Festivals

  Count – Thursday-Saturday 7:30pm; Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm – PlayMakers Repertory Company is kicking off their 2017-2018 season with “Count,” a drama that looks into the...

Weekend at a Glance: Concerts, Comedy and Cat’s Cradle

Music at Cat's Cradle Back Room — Thursday, 7:30pm — Kick off your weekend at Cat's Cradle with the Seven Deadly Bibs, a Durham-based adult...

Weekend at a Glance: Bikes, Beer and Bites

Carolina Brewery Grand (Re)Opening – Thursday – Celebrating 22 years this summer, Carolina Brewery – which recently underwent a remodel – is opening anew and offering...

Weekend at a Glance: Fedora, Forest Theatre and Fur Babies

Paperhand Puppet Intervention: "Of Wings and Feet" — Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 7:00pm — Unleash your imagination with the kiddos for these showings at Forest...

This Chapel Hill Native is Building Relations Between the U.S. and China

Regina Parker graduated in the top one percent of her class at West Point, she is a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army and...

Carrboro’s Auto Logic Treats Customers Like Family

Andrew Jones founded his business, now co-owned by business partner Marianne Jones, in 1986, but to newcomers traveling down Carrboro’s Main Street, it might...