The music of Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake” usually evokes an image of a graceful ballerina en pointe.
“1917” has taken the awards circuit by storm with its technologically innovative and visually striking approach to the war film genre.
After a year and a half, the family of beloved rapper Mac Miller has decided to release “Circles,” Miller’s sixth studio album that he had been working on prior to his death in 2018.
When Halsey confesses, “Man, I’m a f—ing liar,” at the close of her new album “Manic,” on track “929,” it comes as a revelation that, perhaps ironically, “Manic” is the most truthful work of Halsey’s career.
The Museum of Durham History commemorates Dr. King’s influence on Durham and its residents in a new exhibition titled “A Creative Protest: MLK Comes to Durham.”
This year, smoking policies are changing on both the federal and campus level.
If you’re not keeping up with college radio in the Triangle, it’s time to tune in.
On Jan. 5, Awkwafina became the first performer of Asian descent to win a Golden Globe award for lead actress in a motion picture.
In Titus Kaphar’s “Behind the Myth of Benevolence,” Thomas Jefferson exists on a five-foot canvas, but the black woman seated behind his likeness indicates a bigger picture.
The hushed three-part harmonies of Durham-based indie band Mountain Man grew out of a college dorm over 10 years ago in rural Vermont.
If you peer into the glass windows connecting the Rubenstein Arts Center to the outside world, you might notice an arrangement of six armchairs, each connected to its own pair of headphones and microphones, facing outward into an otherwise open space.
Debates surrounding reproductive rights have been prominent in politics since the mid-20th century.
“We all like to think of childhood as this time of joy and innocence. But for many of us, it’s just not true.”
In November 2019, Liberation Station’s Black Lit Library finally settled into its new host location at the Sarah P. Duke Gardens.
Adam Sandler is notorious for starring in bad films.
For my senior thesis*, I have decided to study the vocal aberrations that are normalized during rushing season.