What says summertime better than a scoop of apple pie ice cream? more »
A Chatham nonprofit props up small farms. more »
"Set your phasers for phun!" more »
See photos from afternoon tea at La Residence hosted by Chapel Hill's The Blakemere Company, which specializes in foods handmade from authentic English recipes. more »
"There’s certainly a school of thought that a relaxing night out is one in which you don’t spend the whole night talking about your (and other people’s) children. We could try that." more »
James McCartney – son of Paul McCartney – brings his acoustic-solo show to Casbah in Durham on Thursday, May 30. more »
Staying in town? Here are some fun ways to enjoy your long weekend. more »
Check out the local land exchanges that took place this week. more »
May 23, 2013 in CHM Blog
Information about two local opportunities to donate blood. more »
Deadspin, The N&O, the former editor of Greensboro’s News & Record and scores of Internet commentators have lashed out at last week’s interview with James Moeser. more »
Pack your picnic baskets (we're sponsoring a contest!) and bring the whole family out to Southern Village on May 31 for the NC Symphony's 14th annual performance. more »
"Anyone who thinks talk is cheap hasn’t seen Gene Pease’s PowerPoint presentation on downsizing the town’s advisory boards." more »
The WEEKLY's interview with former UNC Chancellor James Moeser was picked up by sports website Deadspin this past weekend. more »
May 20, 2013 in CHM Blog
Perri offers a few of her favorite “Neat Freak-isms” for you to remember when faced with a tough organizing decision. more »
Guests were enchanted by The Uncommon Garden's intricate web of sculptural landscapes at an evening gala to raise money for The ArtsCenter. more »
To celebrate its 25th birthday, the Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill hosted a party with fun activities for the entire family. more »
The former chancellor says critics have tried 'to tarnish something that is quite noble.' more »
At a reception for Preservation Chapel Hill's latest exhibit – a celebration of the work of artist Mary deBerniere Graves – Moreton debuted her classic cheese straws – with a new twist. more »
Author Emily Matchar tells us why the 'new domesticity' is both good and bad. more »
Why our businesses don't sweat the summer. more »
A quick look at new stores and eateries that have opened their doors or will soon. more »
May 15, 2013 in CHM Blog
Can't make it to the Carrboro Farmers' Market on Saturday mornings? Then a CSA might be for you. Kate shares what she made with the turnips gifted to her this week. more »
Our new guest blogger, Chapel Hill mom-of-two Dana Gelin, discusses the importance of thanking teachers this week – and every week! more »
The Episcopal Church of The Advocate finally get a steeple. more »
Frank Porter Graham Elementary School celebrated its 50th anniversary with a reunion picnic and evening of speeches from former teachers, staff and students. more »
Laura is back from the High Point Market and ready to share her favorite finds! more »
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In the Current Issue: May/June 2013
In our first-ever Design Issue, read about members of our creative class, the colorful life and times of Alexander Julian and North Carolina's first passive house.
May 2, 2013
Chapel Hill Realtors Give Back Through Fix-A-Home
A group of Realtors tackled projects ranging from plumbing repairs to painting in order to improve the home of Jack and Evelyn Neville of Carrboro.
October 30, 2012
Moorefields on the Lawn
This past weekend, guests enjoyed an elegant dinner on the lawn and music by Triangle Jazz Orchestra to benefit Historic Moorefields. Check out our video and event photos.
October 18, 2012
Vlog: Ten Thousand Villages
Find out more about how the Eastgate shop works with artisans from some of the poorest parts of the world.
July 29, 2012
Vlog: Locally Grown Movies
Now in its fifth year, the series offers free summer entertainment every Thursday evening downtown.
July 23, 2012
More On Our Best Of Winners
We visited three of this year's winners to share what makes them the best of Chapel Hill.
July 16, 2012
Vlog: U Mall's Sweet Carolina Summer Concerts
Check out the sights and sounds of this fun Thursday night event.
June 28, 2012
Vlog: Breakfast with Bubba
Earlier this month, at Crook's Atrium Cafe, UNC's new athletics director spoke about his first impressions of Chapel Hill, the SBI investigation and what to expect from football coach Larry Fedora.
June 28, 2012