This spring, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Center for the Study of the American South will host Home in a New Place: Making Laos in Morganton, North Carolina, a exhibit by Southern Foodways Alliance collaborator Katy Clune featuring … Continued
Hindugrass was founded in Los Angeles in 1998 by John Heitzenrater and friends as an acoustic vehicle to explore the commonalities between the classical and folk music of Northern India and the folk and bluegrass styles of Appalachia. The band … Continued
Join us in the Hitchcock Room at the Sonja Haynes Stone Center as we welcome Monique Truong back to the Old North State. Her lecture is titled “Writing Plenty/Writing Hunger/Writing North Carolina.” The talk will begin with Truong’s first meal in … Continued
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