Stop and think: where can you get a macaron in Durham?
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Stop and think: where can you get a macaron in Durham?
A short walk from East Campus, straight down West Main Street, lies Cucciolo Osteria, an upscale, yet friendly restaurant, offering “modern Italian Cuisine with a twist.” Brought to Durham by cousins Jimmy (a Duke alum!) and Julian Kim, Cucciolo Osteria is the sister restaurant to their inaugural location in Seoul, South Korea. Best known for their rotating selection of pasta dishes and their curated wine and cocktail offerings, they’ve made a solid impact on the Durham restaurant scene since opening in 2018.
When the going gets tough, the tough get going.
Last Sunday, Jan. 30, I went to DPAC to see “RENT, The 25th Anniversary ‘Farewell Season of Love’ Tour.” RENT was written by Jonathan Larson in 1996 and tells the story of eight friends, new and old, who struggle to make a living and a life at the height of the AIDS epidemic in New York City. It was my second time seeing the musical and my first time at DPAC. Needless to say, my expectations were high.
Walking into Perkins or Bostock Libraries, one might pass by the display cases on the way to their study spot without a second thought. However, those display cases are almost always arranged with rich collections of artifacts.
With another week gone, our beats are here with another installment of The Chronicle's Power Rankings of each team vying for the ACC crown:
The Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards is now investigating the bench burning that took place after Duke men’s basketball’s victory against the University of North Carolina Saturday evening, according to a Sunday afternoon email from OSC Senior Associate Dean Jeanna McCullers and Vice Dean of Students Clay Adams.
After each Duke men's basketball game this season, check back here for the Player of the Game and more. Today, the Blue Zone breaks down the Blue Devils' massive 87-67 win against Tobacco Road rival North Carolina Saturday:
I have something I need to admit — I don’t particularly like most of Michael Jackson’s music. It’s an unpopular opinion for sure, and it’s not at all an opinion based on anything other than my own personal tastes. I respect “Thriller,” but I never listen to it for fun. I think “Billie Jean” is catchy, but I’ve never listened to that song outside of social functions. No matter how much I try, I always feel disconnected from his classics.
I finally did it. After much deliberation, I’m now the proud owner of a Letterboxd account with three (3!!!) whole followers. In my quest to officially become a cinephile in 2022, I’ve compiled a list of upcoming movies that might be solid potential additions to your watchlist. From glitzy biopics to psychological thrillers, there’s something for everyone this upcoming year.
Located in the heart of downtown Durham, just a brief walk away from East Campus, the nonprofit Carolina Theatre has long been the Triangle area’s go-to spot for indie film screenings and an eclectic variety of live entertainment. If you’re looking for a fun night out, here are six upcoming events at the Theatre events that you won’t want to miss.
Editor's note: This piece contains references to self-harm, suicidal ideation and other mental health concerns.
Downtown Durham's 5 Points Gallery recently exhibited the work of the city's own Jim McKeon as their featured artist to kick of 2022. Here are some highlights of his works on exhibition.
Who shall be crowned white boy of the month? Herein lies the ultimate question confronting the human race: will it be Timothée Chalamet, the ventriloquist-dummy-adjacent breakout star of “Call Me By Your Name”? Or maybe Jacob Elordi, actor of the manipulative but sickeningly hot Public Enemy Number One Nate Jacobs of “Euphoria”?
Netflix’s “Hype House” is a show that says nothing about, and does nothing with, its cast of almost-recognizable TikTok stars. Despite its polished production and bubblegum-pop score, the show doesn’t deliver the fun of reality TV or the insight of a documentary.
CHAPEL HILL—“The main thing I say about this team is the bigger the environment, the more our team comes to play. We got so many guys who just love the big environment, the big spotlight, the big crowds. The thing is, we love being the villain.”
CHAPEL HILL—Most people expected the final matchup for Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski against North Carolina at the Dean E. Smith Center to be a close one. And it was—for about 10 seconds.
CHAPEL HILL—No. 9 Duke made the short bus-ride on highway 15-501 for a 6 p.m. tipoff against North Carolina in the Dean Dome. Duke got out to a hot start and held a 23-point lead at one point, but the Tar Heels snuck back in the game to cut Duke’s lead down to 11 for a 39-28 score at the half. Here’ s five of our observations from the opening 20 minutes.
On January 14, a Duke University (DUPD) Police Officer killed a patient at Duke University Hospital. The civilian had gained control of a Durham police officer’s firearm and fired multiple shots in the emergency room. A DUPD officer, after seeing the patient’s gun raised toward the Durham Officer, responded by shooting the patient, who later died from bullet injuries.
There are nearly two years between the last time the Blue Devils defeated North Carolina twice in the same season.