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UNC's student-run radio station. Listen online to the world's first 24-7 internet simulcast.

This multimedia essay, a snapshot of the North Carolina rave scene and the people in it, features nearly 80 photographs, streaming audio, and a discussion forum. Contents include a guide to 'rave music' (with lots of audio), how the media covers…

The Ol' Professor of Swing, Kay Kyser, a performer that scored 11 No. 1 records and 35 Top 10 hits. He had a top-rated radio show for 11 years on NBC and starred in seven feature films. This is a multimedia presentation looking back at the life and…

The semi-official web site for the National Hollerin' Contest, an annual competition held in Spivey's Corner, NC, that celebrates North Carolina Folklife.

"Discovered" in the heat of the sixties folk revival, Doc Watson is a legendary performer who blends his traditional Appalachian folk music roots with blues, country, gospel, and bluegrass to create his unique style and expansive repertoire. Blind…

Capital Area Chorale is a nonprofit organization of talented singers from the greater Raleigh area, conducted by Dr. William J. Weisser. This site has schedules, audition information and includes many downloadable recordings of the Chorale.

A glimpse into the hiphop scene in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area. Information about groups, djs and a special monthly spotlight feature.

Photo documentaries looking at volunteer organizations from ESL teachers to farmworker organizations, Special Olympics, Oxford Orphanages and more.

Strength. Inspiration. The Picturing the North Carolina Fund online photography exhibit captures some of the most powerful images of community activism across North Carolina during the 1960s. These remarkable black and white photographs by Billy…

These picture stories were produced in Journalism 181: Documentary Photojournalism, a class in UNC's School of Journalism and Mass Communication, under the tutelage of Professor Richard Beckman. This archive dates from spring of 1997.