The pieces in “Blue” can be seen as either depression in motion or depression’s aftermath.
The Chronicle compiled Easter festivities and other spring events happening in Durham from this weekend through the end of April — perfect for a brief getaway from the end-of-semester stress.
Beat writer Rhys Banerjee recaps Raleigh's second annual Dreamville Festival
Celebrating its 25th year, Full Frame Documentary Film Festival highlights the works of filmmakers in nonfiction cinema.
A juried competition festival founded in 1999, Nevermore puts up an annual display of brand-new feature and short films from around the world — all of which are centered around the themes of horror, science fiction, dark fantasy, thriller and mystery
The music world and Bull City lost one of its most beloved homegrown musicians Feb. 9.
As a consumer, you can take a small step toward closing the racial wealth gap by celebrating and supporting these businesses.
Working with 41 independent filmmakers across the South, Harris experienced a unique ability of being able to capture the intimacy that is often out of touch in photographing real moments.
Stop and think: where can you get a macaron in Durham?
“[I felt like] my work has to speak," McKeon said. "I have to jump into the fray."
Located in the heart of downtown Durham, the not-for-profit Carolina Theatre has long been the Triangle area’s go-to spot for indie film screenings and an eclectic variety of live entertainment.
After experiencing a meal at Secrets Pho & Noodle Bar, it’s clear how the owners have managed to find success.
As soon as I started my trek to the Durham Farmers’ Market through the fall foliage with my many tote bags in hand, my main character morning had started.
I can’t touch my toes without bending my knees, the splits are totally out of the question for me and I would not consider myself particularly zen. Still, I decided to drag myself out of bed at 8:30 on a Saturday morning to walk half an hour in the rain to the Durham Hotel to take a La Vita Yoga class with Jessica Collette. And let me tell you, I enjoyed every minute.
The Chronicle catches up with up-and-coming indie-pop band Nation of Language before their Oct. 30 show in Carrboro.
Halloween season is upon us... and it’s so much less depressing than last year!