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Clare Bayley’s The Container at CAM Raleigh Is a Visceral Look at Immigration Horrors

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October 17, 2019 • A&E Theatre Reviews, Lead Story, Reviews

My entire body was jolted by the clanging sound of the doors as they were slammed shut and locked us into the tight industrial steel space, located only steps from the Contemporary Art Museum of Raleigh. Just moments prior I had been a part of the world outside, where people were taking in a pleasant… Read More ›

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Epicenter returns with 2 nights of Metallica!

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EPICENTER RETURNS! Epicenter returns May 1st, 2nd & 3rd, 2020 at Charlotte Motor Speedway! Don’t miss METALLICA as they make history performing two headlining nights, featuring two incredible sets, ensuring an unforgettable weekend of rock! dd18 Passes on sale Monday, October 14th at 12pm ET. LOCK IN YOUR PRICE! Layaway plans for Weekend Passes start at $20 down. MORE INFO… Read More ›

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Kelsey Waldon Releases White Noise/White Lines

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Kelsey Waldon Releases White Noise/White Lines Kelsey Waldon Releases White Noise/White Lines on Oh Boy Records Available everywhere now; fall tour underway October 4, 2019 – Nashville, TN – Monkey’s Eyebrow, KY, native Kelsey Waldon is proud to release White Noise/White Lines. Co–Produced by Waldon and Dan Knobler, her much-anticipated third album releases today via John… Read More ›

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Child Injured by Incorrectly Labeled Toys? What You Should Do Next.

by LeeAnn Riddle  All parents know that what is appropriate for one child may not be suitable for another child. This is also true with respect to the toys kids play with. Age can determine what type of toys are safe for children. It is the toy manufacturers legal duty to ensure all products display… Read More ›

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Carolina Performing Arts’ Oct. 15th Presentation of The Day Presses the Boundaries, and Feels Eternal, All at the Same Time

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Carolina Performing Arts’ Tuesday, Oct. 15th, presentation of The Day, choreographed by Lucinda Childs, is a visually stunning avant-garde dance production that thrills, and intrigues, and thrills again. The show is actually two shows presented together: The Day and World to Come. The Day focuses on memory; and its companion piece, World to Come, focuses… Read More ›

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Dropkick Murphys

Dropkick Murphys Dropkick Murphys @ The Red Hat Amphitheater September 24th Talk about a high energy show! What a band list! First up was Hatebreed an American metalcore band from Bridgeport, Connecticut. Members Jamey Jasta (lead vocals), Chris Beattie (bass), Matt Byrne (drums), Frank Novinec (rhythm guitar) and Wayne Lozinak (lead guitar). Clutch is from… Read More ›

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Clare Bayley’s The Container at CAM Raleigh Is a Visceral Look at Immigration Horrors

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My entire body was jolted by the clanging sound of the doors as they were slammed shut and locked us into the tight industrial steel space, located only steps from the Contemporary Art Museum of Raleigh. Just moments prior I had been a part of the world outside, where people were taking in a pleasant… Read More ›

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Burning Coal’s Oakwood: 150 Years Young Oct. 4-6 Was a Chilling But Enlightening Experience

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Burning Coal Theatre Company’s recent presentation of Oakwood: 150 Years Young, written by Ian L. Finley, Rebecca Wyrick, and Brook North, directed by George Jack, performed Oct. 4-6 at the Historic Oakwood Cemetery in Raleigh, NC, was a chilling but enlightening experience. Every actor really did a great job at mixing storytelling with audience interaction…. Read More ›

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Auditions for Jazz Summer Intensive

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The Philharmonic Association – Triangle Youth Music is offering a week intensive for young musicians who want to gain skills in jazz. Auditions will be held Monday July 15 for selection into two big bands. The intensive will run July 16 – 19, 6:30 – 9:00 at the Cary Arts Center. A free concert Saturday… Read More ›