by Margot C. Lester
Easily the scariest film at last yearâ€™s Carrboro Film Festival was Michael Sharpeâ€™s DEVILING
by Evan Crouch
In my day job as a beer peddler, Iâ€™m frequently asked one question in particular this time of year: Whatâ€™s your favorite pumpkin beer?
These North Carolina artists will be performing part of their second album, The Herstory of Josephine Gore/Return of the Articulate Kinsman Vol. 1 â€“ to be released Sept. 19 â€“ on Thursday, Sept. 26 at Catâ€™s Cradle.
A politically and culturally charged comedic drama kicks off Deep Dish Theaterâ€™s 12th season. Radio Golf tells the story of Harmond Wilks, a smart and successful man who wants to become the first black mayor of Pittsburgh. The tale takes place in 20th-century America, and many of the dramaâ€™s moments speak to the society we currently live in.
Full Steam Ahead: A Benefit Concert for North Carolina Rail-Trails will be held at The ArtsCenter on Saturday, Sept. 8.
This two-part benefit features singing, dancing and must-see local performances along with a silent auction that will make for quite an entertaining evening.
LIGHT Art+Design will host an opening reception for the work of Leigh Suggs on Sept. 7 from 6 to 9 p.m. Suggsâ€™ art, made with paper, thread, fabric, inks, paints and plaster, stems from her childhood captivation with closing her eyes to see the circles and dots that would undulate and pulse in the darkness. The exhibit runs through Oct. 25.