“Our Father” delves into the raw emotional impact of the revelation — the identity crises of the children and the distress of their parents upon finding out the news.
Perhaps I’m being harsh, but this album is mediocre on various levels.
Finally, after a five-year gap since his last album, Lamar has released a new album, entitled “Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers.”
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.
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.
Is there a right way to “handle” our time in life so that we feel we are indeed effectively working our way toward a greater goal without sacrificing physical and mental health and depriving ourselves of intellectual nourishment?
Beat writer Rhys Banerjee recaps Raleigh's second annual Dreamville Festival
The lights dim, the sounds of a serene forest spring subside while the audience in Shaffer Lab Theater falls to an anticipating quiet. Everyone is here to see Hoof’n’Horn’s Spring production of "Into the Woods."
Celebrating its 25th year, Full Frame Documentary Film Festival highlights the works of filmmakers in nonfiction cinema.
It has been a long three-year wait since Denzel Curry’s last solo album, but it seems that the wait was worth it.
As much as MacDiarmid's short film explores the unusual, often unheard of experiment, it also speaks to the current environmental destruction we are experiencing on our own planet.
In her thesis project, Maleki explores the realities of immigration through liminal spaces drawn from livestream footage and spoken word.
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.