When thinking of Tarzan, a cartoon man in a family of gorillas, a treacherous hunter or a Phil Collins soundtrack might come to mind. But as one new comedy group on campus is trying to show, there’s much more to the character than meets the eye.
As the projected number one draft pick, Zion Williamson’s head may be in the game, but his heart’s in the song.
“Santuario” follows Juana Luz Tobar Ortega as she lives in sanctuary at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Greensboro. In April of 2017, Immigration Customs and Enforcement (ICE) told Ortega she had to leave within 30 days, so she entered sanctuary instead.
Rapper and producer J. Cole grew up in Fayetteville and released his first mixtape in 2007. Now, he’s returning home for the first-ever Dreamville Festival.
3OH!3 and Sammy Adams will headline Old Duke this year, Duke University Union told The Chronicle Monday.
In 1971, civil rights activist Ann Atwater and KKK leader C.P. Ellis struck up an unexpected friendship that led to school desegregation in Durham. Now, their story is coming to the big screen.
On the way home from church this past month, Jennifer Ingold Asbill’s seven-year-old daughter asked her why their church had rainbow banners strung up on the railings, visible to anyone driving through the thick fog that blanketed downtown Durham.