December 17, 2015
Chapel Hill’s Tom Brown is award-winning pianist, organist, composer and improviser, and is the Minister of Music of University Presbyterian Church in Chapel Hill. He talks about his new CD “Favorite Organ Music from the Liturgical Year” and share with us selections for the season.
December 12, 2015
Elizabeth Dias, who covers religion and politics for Time magazine, is the author of “What Did Jesus Ask?
Christian Leaders Reflect on His Questions of Faith:”
November 28, 2015
Jon Meacham, author of “DESTINY AND POWER: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush ”
November 14, 2015
The PlayMakers’ holiday production, PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, with guests Brendon Fox, Director of PETER AND THE STARCATCHER; Evan Johnson, in the role of the Boy/Peter; and Mitchell Jarvis in the role of Black Stache, the pirate chief. More information at: www.playmakersrep.org Or call Phone: 919.962.PLAY (7529)
October 31, 2015
Scott Cheshire, author of “High as the Horses’ Bridles,” his acclaimed debut novel.
October 25, 2015
Walt Brinker, a retired Army officer, widely known in the Fayettevile area for providing free-of-charge roadside assists to motorists with auto troubles about tips for taking care of mechanical problems on the road–including how to better prepare in advance
October 24, 2015
Lee Smith, will give the Keynote Address at the North Carolina Writers’ Network 2015 Fall Conference, November 20-22 in Asheville, also leading a workshop titled “Believe It Or Not! Fact Or Fiction?” talks about her upcoming presentations and her new memoir, “Dime Store”, to be published early next year.
October 10, 2015
The PlayMakers’ current production, Seminar, with guests Michael Dove, Director of Seminar; and Ray Dooley, in the role of Leonard
More information at: www.playmakersrep.org
Or call Phone: 919.962.PLAY (7529)
October 3, 2015
Tom Ross, President of the University of North Carolina, and Lloyd Kramer, Professor of History and Faculty Director, Program in the Humanities, about the October 10 program on Public Universities, the Humanities, and Education in North Carolina and address the ongoing debate about education and the value of the liberal arts.
For more information: http://humanities.unc.edu
September 26, 2015
Klaus Larres, Professor of history and peace war and defense at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an expert on recent European history, politics, and policy . about his recent lecture “Churchill, the United States & Peace Negotiations: Lessons for the 21st Century?” as a part of “The U.S. in World Affairs: the Cold War and Beyond” Lecture Series.