Arts & Style

Lee Smith

Best Author

Virginia native Lee Smith is a woman of letters.

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Briana Brough

Best Visual Artist/Craftsperson

The power of passion: A boutique owner is realizing her dream. more »

Jul 7, 2014 The Magazine

Today's Paper

Franklin Street stationery studio Ply is on the cutting edge of an old-fashioned industry. more »

Jan 30, 2014 CHM Blog (1 Comments)

Wrapped Up in the Season

Interior Design Laura Covington unveils the art of gift wrapping. more »

Arts & Style

Jacob Sharp, Wood Robinson and Joseph Terrell.

Leon Godwin

Mipso Mania

Chapel Hill-based ‘newgrass’ trio have a new album and a growing fan base. more »

Nov 8, 2013 CHM Blog

Fall Arts Preview

Mark your calendar for these fall performances, festivals and exhibits. more »

Sep 5, 2013 Arts & Style

Briana Brough

Pint-Sized Parties

Forget the cardboard party hats and grocery store sheet cakes. Parents are putting more effort into their kids’ birthday parties. Check out these three themed celebrations. more »

Sep 2, 2010 Arts & Style (1 Comments)

Briana Brough

Our Creative Class: Mark Todd

The Hill Country Woodworks co-owner says he's not an artist. He will answer to craftsperson, though. more »

Jun 28, 2013 Arts & Style

Briana Brough

Our Creative Class: Dana Carvalho

Things took off for the former preschool teacher's fashion jewelry company, Sweetie Pie Jewelry, after Kelly Ripa wore one of her necklaces. more »

Jun 28, 2013 Arts & Style

Briana Brough

Our Creative Class: Jesse Kalisher

The fine art photographer and businessman's work and that of his employees can be seen in thousands of hotels around the world. more »

Jun 28, 2013 Arts & Style

Our Creative Class: Bob Moore

“What I try to do,” the golf course architect says, “is create art within the framework of the game." more »

Jun 28, 2013 Arts & Style

Our Creative Class: David and Suzanne Gould

The Goulds opened Good Earth Pottery in 1993 for their own artistic endeavors, but they soon realized their desire to instruct as much as create. more »

Jun 28, 2013 Arts & Style

Briana Brough

Our Creative Class: McKay Coble

If you’ve ever seen a PlayMakers production, you’ve probably appreciated the set and its design thanks to Coble's creativity and passion for storytelling. more »

Jun 28, 2013 Arts & Style

Briana Brough

Our Creative Class: Leo Gaev

Working out of a Lloyd Street shop in Carrboro, Gaev has produced grand work for large commercial and residential clients. more »

Jun 28, 2013 Arts & Style

A Compelling Compulsion

It's all clicking for photographer Roger Kellison. more »

May 9, 2013 CHM Blog

Southern Voice

A documentary about the life of Elizabeth Spencer premieres this Sunday at 4 p.m. in Hanes Auditorium. more »

May 1, 2013 CHM Blog

Ballet With a Twist

"The Rite of Spring" gets puppetized in a performance by Basil Twist on April 12 and 13. more »

Mar 21, 2013 Arts & Style

Hoop Dreams

The feature film about the 1957 title team is one step closer to reality. more »

Mar 7, 2013 CHM Blog (4 Comments)

The Little Publishing Company That Could

Three decades later, Algonquin Books' supporters and key players reflect on the publishing company's humble beginnings and enduring success. more »

Jan 17, 2013 Arts & Style (1 Comments)

Traveling Home

Tift Merritt headlines the Cat's Cradle in the Commons show with her new album. more »

Sep 19, 2012 Arts & Style

Season's Readings

Here are some local titles for you to – pardon the pun – leaf through this fall. more »

Sep 7, 2012 Arts & Style

8 Questions with Julie Jennings

Jennings tells us how life in her store, Uniquities, and life as a businesswoman have changed during her 20 years on West Franklin Street. more »

Sep 5, 2012 Arts & Style

Andy of Chapel Hill

Before Andy Griffith introduced us to Mayberry, UNC cultivated his love of the arts. more »

Jul 3, 2012 Arts & Style (1 Comments)

Good Time, Good Cause

Regional talent shines in the Murphey School Radio Show. more »

Apr 26, 2012 Arts & Style

Tragedy Into Triumph

There's a story of loss behind the newest album from Chapel Hill's Lost in the Trees. more »

Apr 18, 2012 Arts & Style

Instrumental Figure

Author Bill Malone pays tribute to a musician who shaped his life. more »

Mar 21, 2012 CHM Blog

Idol's Hands

A Q&A with guitarist Rory Block about blues legend Son House and the traditions he imparted on her music. more »

Mar 7, 2012 Arts & Style

That's My Boy!

Fearrington's Enid Handler interviews her Hollywood son, Evan. more »

Mar 1, 2012 Arts & Style (1 Comments)

The Entertainers

Through poetry and comedy, these three groups go off script to bring a vulnerability to their work. more »

Dec 8, 2011 Arts & Style

Fearrington's Art Mecca

Move over, Belties: Dozens of artists – and their studios – are bringing a new type of attention to the mixed-use community. more »

Dec 8, 2011 Arts & Style

Bevello's Bounty

Find everything from fall's trendiest items to more classic styles at the Franklin Street boutique. more »

Nov 11, 2011 CHM Blog

Camp Memories

Mosquito bites, boyfriends, best friends, pranks, secrets and sunburns. And so much more. more »

Feb 25, 2011 Arts & Style

Joe Thompson Keeps Fiddlin'

At age 91, fiddle legend Joe Thompson's still teaching - and he can't stop. more »

Jun 29, 2010 Arts & Style

The Magic Man

Chapel Hill musician Joshua Lozoff's tricks don't include rabbits, doves or tigers. more »

Sep 2, 2010 Arts & Style

Wells Tower Comes Home

Chapel Hill native and critical darling Wells Tower returns home and talks about his latest work, Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned. more »

Sep 2, 2010 Arts & Style

The Sounds of Stella

The members of this all-female a cappella group have been keeping things in tune for 10 years -- both in their personal lives and in their music. more »

Aug 23, 2010 Arts & Style



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