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Photo courtesy of Rounder Records

The name pre-dated Hillary Clinton’s campaign slogan, by the way. Read more

Festivals

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Photo by Olivia Bee

Like Don Henley, Phil Collins, and Levon Helm before him, Ehrlich has to engage the crowd while keeping time, as he'll do with Whitney at Cat's Cradle this week. Read more

Features

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The "Luke Cage" scorers and musical polymaths are bringing their "sophisticated hip-hop jazz" band to Motorco. Read more

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The secret is kale. Read more

Festivals

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photo courtesy of The Carolina Theatre

The New York-based, North Carolina-bred film critic Godfrey Cheshire discusses his book "Conversations with Kairostami," for which he had unprecedented access to the great Iranian filmmaker. Read more

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Yeah, he was Darryl Philbin on "The Office." But that only scratches the surface of Robinson's varied career, which also includes three nights of stand-up in Raleigh this week. Read more

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We discuss the meaning of country, the legacy of Toni Morrison, Lil Nas X, and much more with Palmer. Read more

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"Personally, I think it’s pretty cool that one of our most loved songs isn’t due to placements or radio hype," Britt Daniel says of one surprising inclusion. "People just dig it." Read more

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Photo by Dan Wilton

“The overall theme is truth-seeking. It’s about asking questions and seeking answers. But it’s still about women’s liberation and giving women the chance to be heard.” Read more

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Photo courtesy of Full Frame Documentary Festival

Every year, Wilson, the producer and subject of documentary short The Changing Same, retraces the path of the brutal 1934 lynching of Claude Neal. Read more

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Photo by Shervin Lainez

“The big taboo, the big secret, is that it feels good. It doesn’t hurt you. It’s not like damnation is waiting for you. It dramatized what I went through in my twenties: coming out as an atheist, and then losing my mind.” Read more

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Photo by Alysse Gafkajen

"My manager called me and was like, “Hey Tim, are you making a record with My Morning Jacket?” I told him I didn’t know what he was talking about." Read more

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Photo by Aida Muluneh

Originally from West Africa, the Grammy-nominated musician embodies the global-citizen spirit of Duke Performances' Black Atlantic festival. Read more

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Still from These C*cksucking Tears, dir. Dan Taberski

Lavender Country performs with Paisley Fields and Severed Fingers at The Pinhook on Wednesday, Mar. 13. Read more

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Photo by Arlene Gottfried

Gilbert Gottfried performs three sets at Raleigh Improv on Feb. 8 and 9. Read more

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The opening reception of Hamburger's exhibit at The ArtsCenter, Medicine Cabinet, is on Friday, Feb. 8. Read more

Art

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Photo by Tom Bejgrowicz

The celebrated songwriter and guitarist performs at Saxapahaw's Haw River Ballroom on Thursday. Read more

Features

Greene discusses his acclaimed docu-fiction film, in which small-town citizens reenact hundred-year-old sins, before tomorrow's Alamo Drafthouse screenings. Read more

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