Our November/December issue is guaranteed to make you want to enthusiastically leap into the holiday season.
* First, we offer our Holiday Gift Guide. We offer ideas for everyone on your list, from babies to co-workers. And you won’t have to drive far: Every item featured is just miles away.
* Secondly, our quirky piece on Holidayaholics – you know, the people who Christmas shop in April and throw multiple holiday parties – will have you ready to deck the halls. Or at least appreciate those who do.
* Lastly, our new food columnist Emily Matchar reveals how to put together a very Chapel Hill Thaksgiving dinner, from the appetizers to the desserts.
* Onto our non-holiday content: Continuing our series, this issue’s “Great Home of Chapel Hill” is the historic East Franklin Street home of Chris and Ann Cox. You may remember it as the purple house in days gone by; today it is yellow and charming as ever.
* We help you sort through the many different private school options for your child and offer a directory of every private school in the area. Our education section also includes a feature on Glenwood Elementary’s Mandarin program, which is one of few in the country.
* Writer Lisa Rossi talks to Charles and Henry House of University Florist. As Charles readies for retirement, his son is planning to take over the Franklin Street staple.
* Columnist Freddie Kiger reflects on a tough (to say the least) UNC football season.
And Much More!
In Every Issue:
Neighborhood Dining + Foodie Fodder
Alm@nac | Our Events Listing
The Link | The latest happenings in our community
Bonds | Local Wedding Celebrations