This Durham singer-songwriter often backs up Hiss Golden Messenger, Tift Merritt and Superchunk — and she’s got a new solo album coming.
This weekend showcase of inclusive, family-friendly music and dance in Pittsboro got its start with Donna the Buffalo in the 1990s.
The Raleigh native has shown her work all over the state — and her birthday has a unique tie to Mother’s Day, too.
This poem by Columbus Career and College Academy High School Laureate Abigail McPherson considers the beauty of the countryside.
The NC State University professor talks to WALTER about her new book, which is about a mysterious and prolific female writer.
A North Carolina textile artist lifts the veil on uncomfortable truths with her latest exhibition at Anchorlight Studio.
In the third year of J. Cole’s immersive music festival, performers reflect on the unique perspective that North Carolina brings to hip hop.
From films about dance, culture and even horror, here are 10 film festivals and movie screenings in and around Raleigh to enjoy this spring
The West Raleigh artist fuses two lifelong passions — painting and jazz — in a fulfilling post-retirement career.
This Durham creative is diving headfirst into filmmaking and has another classic hip hop album on the horizon.
The award winning private artist out of Yancey County creates deeply engaging artwork at an international scale.
This celebration featured the crowning of the King and Empress, the Oakwood Second Line Band, New Orleans-themed food and drink and a parade
Whether you love bluegrass, rap, indie or jazz, outdoor music experiences abound — here are a few across the state to put on your list.
The sculpture Tar Baby vs. St. Sebastian is a visitor favorite at the NCMA, which will host work by the artist, who was killed on Sept. 11.