Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture
5:05 am
Fri October 5, 2012

121 Year Old Church Is On The Move

A church from the 1890s is being disassembled and moved to Chapel Hill this month.

For more than 120 years St. Phillips Church has been in Germanton, a small town north of Winston-Salem. Now, the Episcopal Church of the Advocate is bringing it to Chapel Hill. Reverend Lisa Fischbeck says the unconventional move will cost about $250,000.

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Arts & Culture
9:59 pm
Fri September 21, 2012

Raleigh Native Tift Merritt Prepares For CD Release

Tift Merritt

Raleigh native Tift Merritt has been releasing albums for a decade now. In that time her songs have caught the ear of fellow musicians like EmmyLou Harris who says Tift stands out 'like a diamond in a coal patch'. She's spent time in Paris and New York City, where she lives now, but enjoys returning to the Triangle --a place she still calls home. It was here where the U-N-C creative writing student got her start singing with John Howie, Jr. and the Two-Dollar Pistols in the late 90s.

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Arts & Culture
7:25 am
Tue September 18, 2012

Civil War Cannon Unveiled At Museum Of History

Blakely Cannon at NC Museum of History
NC Dept of Cultural Resources

A cannon that saw service in Wilmington during the Civil War will now mark the plaza in front of the North Carolina Museum of History. The Raleigh museum is unveiling the artifact later this morning, adding to its exhibits marking the sesquicentennial of the conflict.

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Arts & Culture
9:46 am
Tue September 11, 2012

Raleigh Marks 9/11 Anniversary With Volunteer Day

Raleigh is holding a day of volunteering and "doing good" to mark the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. Isaac-Davy Aronson reports, the city is hoping it will become a new annual tradition.

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Arts & Culture
9:10 am
Thu September 6, 2012

Durham's Delta Rae to Play DNC

Durham's Delta Rae

It's not just politicians speaking at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte this week. Organizers have lined up a range of musicians to help keep attendees entertained and fired up. Tonight's performers include the Foo Fighters, Mary J Blige, Earth, Wind and Fire and James Taylor. But Taylor isn't the only North Carolinian playing tonight. Durham-based Delta Rae has toured with many bands since releasing its debut album Carry the Fire earlier this year.

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Arts & Culture
4:30 pm
Wed August 22, 2012

Proposed Greensboro Arts Center Gets More Planning Money

The city of Greensboro is spending more money to study the feasibility of building a downtown performing arts center.

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Arts & Culture
5:00 am
Wed August 15, 2012

Billy Graham Resting At Home After Hospital Stay

Rev. Billy Graham is resting at home after hospital stay.

Evangelist Billy Graham has been released from the hospital and is resting at his home in Montreat.

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Arts & Culture
6:10 am
Wed July 25, 2012

DPAC Ticket Sales #2 in the World

The Durham Performing Arts Center finished the first half of 2012 in grand style.   New numbers put DPAC ticket sales higher than New York’s Radio City Music Hall and the Nokia Theatre in LA. 

Leoneda Inge:  One of the shows that likely put DPAC over the top was you guess it “Wicked.”

Wicked:  I hope you’re happy! I hope you’re happy now!

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Arts & Culture
5:15 am
Mon July 23, 2012

A Plan to Preserve Gullah Geechee Culture

The Gullah Gechee Historical Corridor Commission has released a plan to preserve the endangered culture of slave descendants who worked on rice plantations along the coast.

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Arts & Culture
6:35 am
Thu July 19, 2012

Saint Pauli Murray Celebrated

Pauli Murray quilt by African American Quilt Circle on display at St. Titus' Episcopal Church.
Leoneda Inge

The Durham community celebrated the life of Pauli Murray last evening. But this year the celebration marked the Episcopal Priest’s sainthood.

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