Monthly Archives: November 2015

Thanksgiving Turkey Trot - Thursday, 8am-noon - Burn a few calories before your Thanksgiving feast. Grab your running shoes and join the Hillsborough Running...

After they closed the much-loved Magnolia Grill in 2012, chefs Ben and Karen Barker said they’d only return to the daily grind of working...

We’re always doing a little bit of everything around town these days. Click through our photos to see what we’ve been up to recently! The Modern...

“While serving and eating a soufflé is always fun, what I love best about this one is the unusual combination of the Brussels sprouts with...

The Carrboro-based nonprofit miraclefeet just got a huge pat on the back from the technology world for producing an extremely affordable brace to help cure...

As a Neat Freak, I fancy myself a bit of an “I” dotter and a “T” crosser. So imagine my surprise when, earlier this...

In 1915, the Eno River Mill in Hillsborough manufacturing yarn-dyed fabrics like gingham, chambray and denim. A century later, those same textiles might serve as tablecloths...

This story was originally published in the December 2014 issue.  No, their socks don't match. Yes, they'd like to tell you about it. On any given...

Third Thursday Indoor Pop-Up Market – Thursday, noon-2pm – The Chapel Hill Farmers' Market moves inside for a special Thursday market. Stop by for...

Meet Brandy! This adorable 4-month-old kitten has the funniest little personality and will slowly win your heart if given the chance! Brandy is housed...