At a mock trial in Beaufort NC, historian Kevin Duffus asks whether Blackbeard the pirate was guilty of piracy and whether Virginia had a legal right to send hired forces to North Carolina to kill him.
Since the death of the Linkin Park frontmant Chester Bennington, Mike Shinoda has grappled with grief, and his fans’ grief, while trying to figure out his next steps. His tour for his solo work comes to Raleigh.
Good Charlotte is touring in support of their latest album, “Generation Rx,” which came together after the death of musician Lil Peep. Billy Martin talks about the new album and working with the Madden brothers.
James Taylor, with deep North Carolina ties, launched the ‘James Taylor Million Meals Challenge’ to raise money for food for places affected by Hurricane Florence such as New Bern and Eastern North Carolina.
Georgia O’Keeffe, one of the 20th century’s most iconic artists, will have an exhibit at NC Museum of Art that places her alongside contemporary artists, including Negar Ahkami, Britny Wainwright and Cynthia Daignault.
The Justice Theater Project kicks off its new season with an original adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s most famous play, “A Doll’s House.” The play has been updated to address social media, reality TV and the #MeToo movement.
Beth Stelling, who writes for Pete Holmes’ HBO series “Crashing,” will perform Oct. 4-6 at Goodnights. She reveals her comic idols, what it’s like to work with iconic “Crashing” producer/director Judd Apatow, and what she would do if she weren’t a comic.
Hayley Jane will perform with both of her groups The Primates and Yes Darling at the Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival of Music and Dance. The festival will feature more than 50 performers over four stages Oct. 4-7.
Alice Cooper is bringing a Paranormal Evening with Alice Cooper to downtown Raleigh’s Memorial Auditorium. Featuring a setlist of 20-plus songs spanning the entirety of the rocker’s career, it’s the perfect concert to usher in the Halloween season.