Monthly Archives: November 2014

Serve this cocktail by Gary Crunkleton of The Crunkleton to guests, no matter the occasion – julep cups make for a sophisticated presentation. 2 oz. Four Roses bourbon 1 tsp. Marasca...

Until I spent my 16th Thanksgiving with Connecticut Yankees, I had never encountered a baked pumpkin pie. In the Deep South where I grew...

While the kids make cookies, put one egg toward this treat by Timothy Neill of Peccadillo 2 oz. Fino sherry 1 tsp. fine sugar 1 egg Combine all ingredients in a cocktail...

After almost two decades of living out a passion for volunteering daily, Allison is part of a network that now constantly comes full circle....

This story originally ran in the November 2014 issue. By the time she was in sixth grade, Vivian had lived in several Southern cities due...

“Singing together is a great leveler,” says Lauren. “You don’t need an instrument.” It was in that spirit that she launched the Community Chorus Project...

Put on festive music and sip this sparkling drink by Shannon Healy of Crook's Corner while decorating the tree or wrapping gifts. 4 oz. Fishing Creek hard cider 1⁄2 oz. Cocchi...

In addition to achieving 700 wins at UNC, Sylvia Hatchell is the winningest active coach in women’s basketball (908-321), a Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of...

Emily was born and raised in Chapel Hill and began playing violin in elementary school. By the time she was a student at Chapel...

>> Create zones in your workspace. Think ahead to how you cook in your kitchen and try to group like with like. If baking...