While there must be a recognition of the sadness and trauma experienced in the Afghan nation, images such as the ones in this exhibit illustrate the rich, complex cultures and experiences present there.
Eels is hard to define.
Stop and think: where can you get a macaron in Durham?
This year, Netflix is placing its hopes in Jane Campion’s “The Power of the Dog'' to take the big prize home, and after watching it with Duke Screen/Society, it’s easy to see why it’s a favorite.
One day, I was curious about the last non-posthumous album Michael Jackson ever released. That’s when I stumbled across his 2001 album, “Invincible.”
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.
“[I felt like] my work has to speak," McKeon said. "I have to jump into the fray."
Anything is possible as long as you’re a mediocrely attractive white man.
"Hype House" is a show best watched as a cautionary tale, a reminder that your plan to drop out of college and post TikToks might be just as stressful and isolating as Econ 201.
June 19, 2001, I was born in High Wycombe, England. My dreams of being the sixth member of One Direction were squashed, however, when my family moved me to Grand Blanc, Michigan at just over three months old.
First, realize that this is the most important thing you’ll ever do. Pause your already-sped-up lecture recording (you’re not taking anything in from that anyway) and mute your project group for the time being. They’ll understand that Wordle is more important than their When2meet polls.
Need a new show and love mysteries? Maybe just want a distraction from an already-overwhelming semester? Try Netflix’s newest supernatural series, “Archive 81.”
After experiencing a meal at Secrets Pho & Noodle Bar, it’s clear how the owners have managed to find success.
Over 120 years ago, a group of white supremacists performed a coup targeting the biracial government of Wilmington, N.C., destroying Black property and taking an indeterminate number of lives. Today, Stephen L. Hayes’s statue depicting soldiers from the United States Colored Troops (USCT) stands proudly in the same city.
If you ask me, Jan. 20 should totally be a national holiday.