Home to Durham’s Farmers’ Market every Saturday, Durham Central Park also hosted another exciting culinary event this Labor Day weekend: the Durham Central Park Food Truck Rodeo.
Food halls have finally come to the Triangle, but when Kelly Taylor first dreamed up Blue Dogwood Public Market three years ago, no one else was thinking about this new national food craze.
2018 has been a significant year for culture at Duke. The opening of the Rubenstein Arts Center on Campus Drive served as a testament to the university's commitment to the arts and the building remains an unmistakable daily reminder of Duke's artistic resources on the bus ride between East and West Campus.
Munching the buffalo wings that we ordered, my summer school friends and I sunk into comfy sofas in the fourth floor common room in Keohane 4B.
On April 28, The Regulator Bookshop, an independent bookstore on Ninth Street, joined bookshops across the country in celebrating Independent Bookstore Day (IBD).
A Durham mainstay for experimental theater will close its doors June 10.
The Triangle has become quite the musical linchpin in North Carolina. With countless music venues ranging from independent to commercial, musicians and artists across the country pass through the Triangle each year, leaving behind their mark in North Carolina music history.
The 21st annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival took place from April 5 to April 8 in Durham, featuring new and old documentaries and sparking conversations about hope, despair, human rights, coming of age and the depths of life.
“The Price of Everything,” directed by Nathaniel Kahn, portrays key players of the contemporary art world, art market, collectors and artists.
In the era of digital cameras, it is very easy to forget what photography looked like before lenses were even invented.
I didn’t know what to expect of this film, included in this year’s Full Frame Documentary Festival in Durham. Sitting in Cinema One at the Carolina Theatre, I experienced just about every emotional extreme.
The Durham Farmers' Market is celebrating 20 years since its conception in 1998 and the Durham Craft Market is now in its 12 year since first opening in 2006.
On March 31, Girls Rock NC’s third annual fundraiser Rock Roulette will be held in Motorco Music Hall, where nine new bands formed just two months ago will showcase their hard work and perform original songs and covers.
Take a look inside the passion project of local filmmaker Tom Whiteside, a haven for analog film.
Where is the line between entertainment and art? This was the question that came up in my conversations with Bill Brown and Sabine Gruffat, two experimental filmmakers and professors at UNC-Chapel Hill who are organizing the Cosmic Rays Film Festival.
Durham’s own Carolina Theatre is well-known in the community for its special film programming, including their Retro Film Series, the NC Gay + Lesbian Film Festival and the upcoming Anime-Magic Film Series, to name a (small) few.