Telling a story of longing and loss, alternative indie singer-songwriter Lizzy McAlpine divulges her experience of heartbreak and falling out of love in her second studio album, “five seconds flat,” released April 8.
It has been a long three-year wait since Denzel Curry’s last solo album, but it seems that the wait was worth it.
After two long years of COVID-induced closure, Durham's Littler is back with a new menu and chef, while the brand-new Remedy Room and BB’s Crispy Chicken add to the city's buzzy food scene.
If you are someone deeply interested in Warhol’s work, this series is worth the pain of listening to a monotone narration and getting flashed by rapidly-flickering montages.
Simply put, “The Batman” is excellent, with near-perfect casting, stunning cinematography, deft comic adaptation and shrewd directorial decisions
Proof of its artistic strength, the film has won several awards around the country, such as the 2021 Garden State Film Festival “Home Grown Feature,” 2021 Long Island Film Expo for “Best Feature Film” and “Best Actor” and, most recently, the 2022 Nevermore Film Festival “Best Feature Film,” “Best Director,” “Best Editing” and “Best Supporting Actor” for Dustin Fontaine. It is certainly a must-see.
Rather than a shining star, fun. would prove to be a shooting star, come and gone in the blink of an eye.
With “The Cuphead Show!” the future of video game adaptations looks brighter than ever.
Think of the value of three years of Duke tuition. Now imagine being in debt for that much. Not because of student loans — that would be too easy — but because of a Tinder match.
The Trinity junior is one of 36 college students from across America competing for the trivia tournament’s $250,000 grand prize.
This one's for the romantics.
Named after the alluring, poisonous mountain shrubs native to the eastern United States, “Laurel Hell” peels back the layers of Mitski’s glossy new fame and strips away the various personas she donned in her 2018 album “Be the Cowboy.”
If we could place the 2010s in a lifetime, it is the quintessential middle school period of fashion: confused, vaguely traumatized and all-around disorder.
It seems Spotify has chosen Rogan.
Through his own art, others’ fond memories of him and countless admirers across the globe, André Leon Talley will be remembered as the Durham native that forever changed Vogue — the world’s fashion Bible — and the fashion industry at large that we know today.