Monthly Archives: October 2016

Although the cuisine on Lantern’s menu is Asian, you won’t find much of that cooking in the kitchen at noon when the staff of...

It’s been a whirlwind journey for Mipso, the bluegrass-indie-folk band formed by Carolina grads in 2010. What started as a fun side project for...

Hi, I'm Austin, and I'm one gentle giant. I came to Paws4ever in pretty rough shape, but I'm quickly gaining weight and my coat...

It started with a fireplace. Stephen and Ann Aylward were living in a traditional house with a gas fireplace, and building codes wouldn’t allow...

As a first-time dog owner and a new transplant to Chapel Hill, I thought I could save a few bucks and drive my pup,...

Arts Night at Chapel Hill Public Library – Thursday, 6-8pm – Cadence, UNC's all-female acapella group, will perform at Chapel Hill Public Library along with three...

La Residence has always been a big part of Chapel Hill native Elliott Neal’s life; his parents, Moreton and Bill Neal, opened the...

The idea was forged over four bowls of pasta, two forks and an Instagram feed. Teddy Diggs, executive chef at Il Palio, has long championed...

A comment I hear all of the time is “wow, I bet your house is super organized.” To which I always reply “well, it’s...

When a restaurant is called The Pig, it’s easy to focus on the pork. But don’t forget these non-barbecue options that are worthy of...