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Hitting the Right Notes

The Carrboro Music Festival takes over town on September 28. more »

Sep 19, 2014 CHM Blog

Weekend Best Bets: Super Cooper, Stouts and Sculptures

Take time this weekend to enjoy music, taste new beers and participate in activities for a fantastic local organization. more »

Sep 17, 2014 CHM Blog

Photo courtesy Not So Normal 5K + Weekend

A Not So Normal (but Successful) Weekend

The first-ever philanthropic and community-focused event raised thousands of dollars for the area. more »

Sep 17, 2014 CHM Blog

Natural Beauty at the Botanical Garden

The annual Sculpture in the Garden showcase is back at the North Carolina Botanical Garden from September 20 through December 7. more »

Sep 17, 2014 CHM Blog

Our Latest Obsessions

What we've been up to around town. more »

Sep 16, 2014 CHM Blog

Pumpkin Cheesecake at The Fearrington House Restaurant

Photo by Briana Brough

Five Must-Try Desserts for Fall

Leave room for these seasonal sweets. more »

Sep 15, 2014 Dining

A Flavorful End to Tomato Season

Kate whips up some simple tomato sauce. more »

Sep 15, 2014 CHM Blog

Photography by Vanessa L Photography / vanessalphotography.com

Rain or Shine

Though Kathryn Pegg, an East Chapel Hill High alumna, and David Nussman were friends throughout college at N.C. State, they didn’t start dating until senior year. more »

Sep 10, 2014 Weddings

Jessie was taken by this bouquet at a friend's house – apparently she found it for $7 at Whole Foods!

Jessie Ammons

Our Latest Obsessions

What we've been up to around town. more »

Sep 9, 2014 CHM Blog

Jay Radford

A Not So Normal Weekend

A new event is slated to bring more than 3,000 people to Carrboro for a weekend full of fun. more »

Sep 4, 2014 CHM Blog

Orange You Glad You Worked Out?

Assistant Editor Jessica Stringer tries out the newest fitness class. more »

Sep 3, 2014 CHM Blog

Artisan Bread Baking

Kate gets down to business and breaks (homemade!) bread more »

Sep 2, 2014 CHM Blog

Jessica spotted this handmade sign in the Yogurt Pump.

Jessica Stringer

Our Latest Obsessions

What we've been doing around town. more »

Sep 2, 2014 CHM Blog

We're Hiring!

Shannon Media – publisher of Chapel Hill Magazine and Durham Magazine – is seeking a sales associate. more »

Aug 28, 2014

Photo by Briana Brough

Farm Sweet Farm

Kimberly Jenkins has worked for Microsoft, Steve Jobs and now Duke. But her historic farmhouse off Old Greensboro Road is where she finds solitude. more »

Aug 27, 2014 The Magazine

"We're going to drink in the library!" UNC's own Tift Merritt was beyond excited to kick off the Southern Folklife Collection's 25th Anniversary with a private concert and dinner in the Wilson Library. Andrea and Jessie were there!

Andrea Griffith Cash

Our Latest Obsessions

What we've been doing around town. more »

Aug 27, 2014 CHM Blog

Your Mid-September Self Will Thank You

Perri's back with new tips to get organized for fall. more »

Aug 25, 2014 CHM Blog

Smart Snacking

Kate talks some snack. more »

Aug 15, 2014 CHM Blog

Andrea very nearly bought this piece of folk art at the Chapel Hill Farmers' Market by Karen Fullerton Dillard. Don't forget the Duke's Mayo.

Andrea Griffith Cash

Our Latest Obsessions

What we've been doing around town. more »

Aug 19, 2014 CHM Blog

Time-Out Relocating After 35 Years

Get your chicken biscuits in the East End space and near Eastgate. more »

Aug 14, 2014 CHM Blog

Though Time Out is not closing for a few more weeks, Jessica dropped by for one of her guilty pleasures in its original home. But never fear – the chicken biscuit joint will reopen in the former East End spot the beginning of September.

Jessica Stringer

Our Latest Obsessions

What we've been doing around town. more »

Aug 13, 2014

These cool August nights = perfect for sitting outside at Al's Burger Shack, as Andrea found out.

Andrea Griffith Cash

Our Latest Obsessions

What we've been doing around town. more »

Aug 6, 2014 CHM Blog

That Kind of Food Blog

Kate tackles okra and takes pride in her cooking. more »

Jul 31, 2014 CHM Blog

Goats on Parade

Galloway Ridge Retirement Community will host the first annual Goat Parade. more »

Jul 30, 2014 CHM Blog

Her shop opened three months ago in Carr Mill Mall and her rustic but industrial pieces fit right in the space.

Jessica Stringer

Our Latest Obsessions

What we've been doing around town. more »

Jul 30, 2014

Way to Go, Girl Scouts!

Girl Scout Troop 697 from St. Thomas More Catholic School in Chapel Hill earned the Bronze Award. more »

Jul 30, 2014 CHM Blog

Like Father, Like Son

This father-son team of Chapel Hill educators sets the record straight and shares their teaching philosophy. more »

Jul 28, 2014 CHM Blog

Check out this stunning view of UNC Hospitals from the new Marsico Hall building on the UNC campus. Andrea was visiting a friend who is a professor in the microbiology department.

Andrea Griffith Cash

Our Latest Obsessions

What we've been doing around town. more »

Jul 23, 2014

All In

Chapel Hill native Mark Newhouse is one of the nine players who has a seat at the final table of the World Series of Poker Main Event, for the second year in a row. more »

Jul 22, 2014 CHM Blog

Bouncing Bulldogs Jump Around the World

Local team dominates world competition. more »

Jul 16, 2014 CHM Blog

Sally headed to Industry one evening for fig pizza, Cackalacky wings and a few brews.

Sally Scruggs

Our Latest Obsessions

What we've been doing around town. more »

Jul 16, 2014 CHM Blog

Best of Chapel Hill 2014

A record number (5,978!) of votes were cast, as you selected your favorites in categories ranging from pizza and frozen treat to museum and home repair. more »

Jul 7, 2014 CHM Blog

More Than a Movie

Kate makes fried green tomatoes to honor the classic movie. more »

Jul 15, 2014 CHM Blog

A Case for Okra

Can there be a vegetable more misunderstood by Northerners and adored by Southerners than okra? more »

Jul 3, 2014 CHM Blog

Talk about TGIF – Mike Benson of Southern Rail stopped by with a six pack and a cool poster. He's pictured here with our VP of sales Rory Kelly Gillis.

Andrea Griffith Cash

Our Latest Obsessions

What we've been doing around town. more »

Jul 2, 2014 CHM Blog

Photo by Kate Sayre

Anatomy of a Cheese Plate

Kate puts together the perfect cheese plate. more »

Jul 1, 2014 CHM Blog

Olio & Aceto Food Truck’s Menu Finds Stationary Home

Blue Sky Oil and Vinegar and Olio and Aceto Food Truck expand businesses to include Olio & Aceto Café. more »

Jun 25, 2014 CHM Blog

Our Latest Obsessions

What we've been doing around town. more »

Jun 25, 2014 CHM Blog

Habitat volunteer Erin Belford, Bike & Build alum Lauren Johnson and Habitat Development Associate Grace Crowson.

Photos by Leah Komada

Build and Barbecue

On Saturday, Habitat of Humanity of Orange County celebrated 30 years. more »

Jun 24, 2014 CHM Blog

Jessica watched the USA-Ghana World Cup game over a "royal margherita" at Old Chicago Pasta and Pizza. The whole restaurant erupted in cheers when the late game-winning goal was scored.

Jessica Stringer

Our Latest Obsessions

What we've been doing around town. more »

Jun 18, 2014 CHM Blog

Farms, Food and Forks

Good things happen when local restaurants partner with local farms. more »

Jun 10, 2014 CHM Blog

ICYMI, National Donut Day was Friday. Jessica did not miss it, and promptly satisfied her craving with an original glazed from Krispy Kreme on Franklin Street.

Jessica Stringer

Our Latest Obsessions

What we've been doing around town. more »

Jun 11, 2014 CHM Blog

Photo by Jessica Stringer

Summer Salads

Follow Kate's formula for the perfect seasonal salad. more »

Jun 2, 2014 CHM Blog

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Rock, Paper, Scissors

With public schools about to resume, the eighth annual East Chapel Hill Rotary Teacher Supply Store at the American Legion Hut opened for business on August 20. In all, 440 teachers were given a $75 voucher to shop for classroom supplies. Brian Mason of Northside Elementary and Craig Walker of Rashkis Elementary are super excited about their new pencil sharpeners!

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PhotoVision

PhotoVision: Selections from a Decade of Collecting; September 19 - January 4, Times vary

Did you know that the Ackland Art Museum has the distinction of holding North Carolina's leading collection of photographs, covering the history of the medium as an art form from its beginnings in the late 1830s to the present? Go check 150 of the most notable when the museum opens its fall exhibit September 19.

Ackland Art Museum, The University of North Carolina, Campus Box 3400; Free919-966-5736; ackland.org 

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