Weekend Best Bets

This holiday weekend, make plans to listen to music, attend a steampunk ball, or have Easter brunch. more »

Apr 17, 2014 CHM Blog

Cream on Top

Kate finds freshly picked fun and turns her strawberry bounty into shortcake. more »

Apr 15, 2014 CHM Blog

Should I Keep the Box?

Perri tackles her guest room closet and shares her tips for getting rid of gadget boxes. more »

Apr 8, 2014 CHM Blog

A Place Worth Pronouncing

Kate ventures off the beaten path for local eats in Saxapahaw. more »

Apr 4, 2014 CHM Blog

Best of Chapel Hill 2014

Our annual poll is back by popular demand. Cast your ballot now - voting closes April 18! more »

Mar 28, 2014 CHM Blog (18 Comments)

Buttercup, Westley, Max and Valerie

Each week, Chapel Hill Magazine & The WEEKLY will feature an adoptable dog or cat from the Animal Protection Society of Durham. more »

Mar 24, 2014 Adopt A Pet

Let It Go

Ready for a little spring cleaning? Perri tells you what to get rid of right now to quickly declutter your space and mind. more »

Mar 20, 2014 CHM Blog

The team is all smiles as they celebrate their victory.

Karla Towle

Perfect Tigers

The Chapel Hill High girls' basketball team capped off its first-ever undefeated season by winning the 3A state title. more »

Mar 17, 2014 People & Places

Better Breakfasts

If you're like our guest blogger, you want meal options in the morning that are quick, balanced and not boring – like these healthy granola breakfast bars. more »

Mar 17, 2014 CHM Blog

A Matter of TASTE

Mark your calendars for this decadent food festival April 23-27. more »

Mar 5, 2014 CHM Blog

The Gnome reveals his true colors by ordering Carolina blue gelato at Sugarland.

Emily Storrow

Oh, The Places You'll Roam

Travelocity's Roaming Gnome is in Chapel Hill, and he's looking for a good time. more »

Mar 6, 2014 CHM Blog

How to Make Fewer Decisions and Get More Done

Let's face it: sometimes there are just too many choices! Perri shares her thoughts on how to limit decision making and be more productive. more »

Mar 5, 2014 CHM Blog

Take That, Trash

A group of Phillips Middle students have set out to change the way our community thinks about waste – through composting. more »

Mar 4, 2014 CHM Blog (1 Comments)

Nutrition in the News

The word "superfood" is everywhere lately, but what exactly does it mean? Kate explains the popular term and offers a healthy snack recipe. more »

Mar 3, 2014 CHM Blog

Chapel Hill Magazine Named Best Regional Magazine

CHM was honored at the Niche Media Conference in Charleston, S.C., this week. more »

Feb 28, 2014 CHM Blog

First Taste

A lucky few got a four-course meal and an expert cooking lesson at the inaugural event for the TASTE food festival. more »

Feb 26, 2014 People & Places

Home Renovation Project: Wrapping It All Up

Although Perri's construction project is coming to an end, there are still a few organizational tasks left to complete. more »

Feb 20, 2014 CHM Blog

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ClydeFest 2014

Clyde Country

Chance are, you've seen his art those distinctive wooden "critters." But Clyde Jones is also known for ClydeFest, an annual day of family-friendly fun and arts immersion. Now in its 13th year, the festival — held Saturday at the Bynum Ball Field in Chatham County — featured a bluegrass performance by Tommy Edwards and Friends, storytelling and plenty of opportunities for kids to get artsy. Photo by McKenzie Floyd

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Save the Date

Community Egg Hunt Celebration; Sat. April 5, 9:30am-noon

Participate in a Chapel Hill spring tradition by bringing your little ones (ages 2-10) to Homestead Community Park for an Easter egg hunt, games, entertainment and plenty of prizes. Admission is free. Visit www.chapelhillparks.org for more information.


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