The inception of Jeddah’s Tea is a quintessential underdog story.
Raleigh's eclectic Hopscotch Music Festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary Sept. 5–7 with headliners like James Blake, Sleater-Kinney, Chvrches, Phantogram, Little Brother, Raphael Saadiq and Jenny Lewis.
Orchestral arrangements, addictive riffs, needed guest performances and thunderous performances by Berninger make the band’s eighth album, “I Am Easy To Find,” its most daring record to date, proving The National can make interesting music that appeals to a wider audience.
Four presidential campaigns in, Selena Meyer is as power hungry and cutthroat as ever. The same cast of bumbling staffers surrounds her campaign, which predictably struggles from the outset with launch problems, airport mishaps and more.
The 2014 film “What We Do in the Shadows” brought needed fresh energy to the vampire genre through its mockumentary set-up and brilliant deadpan humor. It never received a wide U.S. release, and its legacy is that of a cult classic: a film with a small but devoted following.
Which spot makes the best food at Duke? That’s a question the “Duke Dining Challenge,” a March Madness-style bracket on the popular Facebook group “Duke Memes for Gothicc Teens,” tried to answer.
Weezer is one of the few ‘90s bands still pumping out music today, releasing their jaw-dropping 13th album this week, “Weezer (Black Album).” But it is just another tepid release in the band’s rocky and immensely frustrating discography.
When Jon Stewart left “The Daily Show” in 2015, John Oliver stepped up to fill massive hole in late night comedy that Stewart’s departure created. Oliver had been a “Daily Show” correspondent, even hosting Stewart’s show for eight weeks while Stewart directed his film "Rosewater."
My dad and brother flew in this weekend for the NC State game, and with them here for only 24 hours, we tried to visit as many Durham restaurants as our stomachs could handle.