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Bloc Party Carrboro
Bloc Party
May 15 8:00 PM at Cat's Cradle in Carrboro

with The Vaccines HYMNS is a rebirth for Bloc Party. After 16 years as a band, countless world tours and awards and four studio albums, Kele Okereke and Russell Lissack are taking it back to where it all began.As the title suggests, the fifth Bloc Party recor...


NC Comedy Arts Festival • Fake Church + La Donna Improvvisata + The Haddington Club Carrboro
NC Comedy Arts Festival • Fake Church + La Donna Improvvisata + The Haddington Club
Feb 12 7:30 PM at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro

Fake Church: Fake Church is an improvised religious service of an improvised religion.Hymns, readings, kids’ program, sermon, sacrament, and more. All improvised on the spot, all part of a religion centered around your suggestion. The Fake Church of the Ca...


Regional YSA Event: Surviving the (Zombie) Apocalypse Chapel Hill
Regional YSA Event: Surviving the (Zombie) Apocalypse
Feb 20 10:00 AM at LDS Institute of Religion Chapel Hil in Chapel Hill

The Durham YSA Ward is pleased to host the Regional YSA activity, "How to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse!" The YSA members and Durham stake have designed a schedule full of seminars and games that will prepare you for the future while entertaining you in the p...


Slavery and Emancipation on ‘the Moses Mordecai Place’ in Raleigh Raleigh
Slavery and Emancipation on ‘the Moses Mordecai Place’ in Raleigh
Apr 14 7:00 PM at Joel Lane Museum House in Raleigh

The JLMH is proud to present a lecture on “Slavery and Emancipation on ‘the Moses Mordecai Place’ in Raleigh” by Doug Porter on Thursday, April 14, 2016 at 7 pm at the Visitors Center of the Joel Lane Museum House at 160 South Saint Mary’s Street, Ra...



Providing Support for Veterans and their Families Raleigh
Providing Support for Veterans and their Families
Mar 8 9:00 AM at Edenton United Methodist Church in Raleigh

Providing Support for Veterans and their Families Dealing with Trauma and Moral Injury The Academy, in partnership with Conflict Transformation Ministries (CTM), Duke Divinity School Office of Thriving Rural Communities, and Conference Connectional Ministri...


UNC Humanities in Action: “Plato to NATO”: What You Need To Know About Central Asia
Mar 9 at Flyleaf Books in Chapel Hill

Wed 3/9, 4:30pm - 6pm UNC Humanities in Action: “Plato to NATO”: What You Need To Know About Central AsiaEren Tasar, Assistant Professor of HistoryJohn Kerry’s whirlwind tour of the five “Stans” in October 2015 put Central Asia again on the map of U...


“Plato to NATO”: What You Need To Know About Central Asia
Mar 9 4:30 PM at University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill

March 9, 2016Eren Tasar, Assistant Professor of HistoryJohn Kerry’s whirlwind tour of the five “Stans” in October 2015 put Central Asia again on the map of U.S. policymakers. With its gas and oil wealth, repressive governments, bizarre personality cults...


CCT Membership 2015-2016
Oct 31 at Washington University South Campus Theatre in Clayton

Clayton Community Theatre's 2015-2016 season includes: The Piano Lesson by August Wilson, directed by Nada Vaughn October 15 25, 2015 Set in 1936 Pittsburgh during the aftermath of the Great Depression, this Pulitzer Prize-winning 1990 play by American pl...



Music Lecture: Margot Fassler (Notre Dame)
Apr 1 4:30 PM at Duke University in Durham

Music Lecture: Margot Fassler (Notre Dame) Series Name:Lecture Series in MusicologySponsors:Music, Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts, and Medieval and Renaissance StudiesLocation:Biddle 104 - MapCost:FreeWhen: 04/01/2016 at 04:30 PM to 04/01/2016 a...


American Christianity from Colonial Times to the Culture Wars
Feb 12 4:30 PM at University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill

A Distinguished Scholar Seminar Featuring Molly WorthenFebruary 12-13, 2016Over the past four hundred years, American Christians have both transformed and sustained Old World traditions in order to meet the New World’s challenges and opportunities. This sem...


ENCORE SUPPER CLUB PRESENTS: "FOREVER. FOR ALWAYS. FOR LOVE.": VALENTINES DAY EXTRAVAGANZA
Feb 13 6:00 PM at Capital City Club in Raleigh

Join Encore Supper Club for it's Valentine Weekend Celebration: "Forever. For Always. For Love.", Saturday, February 13, 2016. The event will begin with a 5 course dinner, prepared by some of the best chef's in Raleigh. Choose From Delicious Steak, Ch...


Islam as Black History
Feb 16 7:00 PM at Duke University in Durham

Islam as Black History Presenter:Edward Curtis and Jamillah KarimSponsors:Duke Islamic Studies Center, African and African American Studies (AAAS), and Franklin Humanities Institute (FHI)Location:Perkins Library 217 - MapCost:Free and Open to the PublicWhen:...



Rethinking Ottoman Modernity: Culture, Politics and Religion
Feb 19 12:00 PM at Duke University in Durham

Rethinking Ottoman Modernity: Culture, Politics and Religion Presenter:Michelle Campos, Dimitris Kamouzis, and Lerna EkmekciogluSponsors:Duke University Middle East Studies Center and Forum for Scholars and PublicsLocation:Old Chemistry 011 - MapWhen: 02/19/...


Aaron Gross: "The Question of Animal and Religion"
Feb 17 12:00 PM at Duke University in Durham

Aaron Gross: "The Question of Animal and Religion" Presenter:Aaron GrossSponsor:Center for Jewish StudiesLocation:Gray 230 - MapWhen: 02/17/2016 at 12:00 PM to 02/17/2016 at 01:30 PM Contact: Elliott, SerenaEmail: serena.elliott@duke.eduPhone: 660-3504Aaro...


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