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Walking into the Chelsea Theater in Chapel Hill isn’t like walking into your average movie theater. Unique elements like a handwritten chalkboard concession sign and the open door leading into the neighboring coffee shop give the theater a personal, hometown feel. These details, combined with a mission for community involvement and a desire to show… Read More →
By Alicia Stemper Fittingly, Norman Douglas arrived in Carrboro the day before its West End Poetry Festival. He offers poetry on a pay-what-you-will basis, often setting up outside the Farmers Market. He composes on a manual Smith-Corona typewriter while music streams from his laptop via a Bluetooth speaker. Douglas eschews the term “Pop-Up” Poetry. “That’s… Read More →