July 2016 / August 2016

The Music vs HB2

Jul 5, 2016 Alexandra Drosu 0
In early April, Mike Roth was looking forward to the upcoming concert season. A music lover, he had tickets lined up for several performances. On April 10th, he was taking his wife and two daughters to […]
June 2016

Protests & Prose

May 31, 2016 Mandy Howard 0
Twice in one week, without warning, I found myself in the midst of Raleigh protesters. On Monday, I interviewed Bare Theatre for its upcoming interpretation of “Two Gentlemen of Verona” (pg. 66). In the courtyard […]
May 2016

Public Facilities Fiasco

Apr 29, 2016 Mandy Howard 1
How choosing a bathroom divided a state and kept Bruce away Over the last few months, a drama has played out in the legislative hallways and social media pages so wrought with turns, twists and […]