The beginning of class is fast approaching, bringing with it less time for rest and relaxation. Check out some of these options to spice up your summer in the next few weeks.
It’s time to soak in the last month of summer with the five best parks to snooze, read or just hang out in your hammock around the Triangle.
Memphis natives The Band CAMINO performed at the Ritz for the second time on Saturday, performing some of their greatest hits. Managing editor Sam Overton reports on an electric night of live music.
Staff Writer Emily Cooney gives a sneak peak of the North Carolina Museum of Art’s “Fault Lines” exhibit as it brings awareness to global environmental issues.
Correspondent Dhwani Shah explores Martha Strawn’s photographs documenting the Hindu practice of creating threshold diagrams on display at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design.
Copy Desk Chief Allie Remhof gives a comprehensive guide of this summer’s upcoming films to look out for from Marcel the Shell to Thor Love and Thunder.
Characterized by distinctive yellow and green boxes, Wordle has a simple but addictive premise, capitalizing on a killer design and a rapid rise in Twitter popularity.
The North Carolina Museum of Art has programming for all ages, including college students. Students have the opportunity to participate in internships, attend college take-overs and display their artwork throughout the park.
Dive into this mural scavenger hunt, with 29 murals located around downtown’s Warehouse and Fayetteville Street Districts. Are you up for the challenge?