Rossi, Lisa Lisa Rossi was the Senior Associate Editor at Chapel Hill and Durham Magazines until July 2010. She is now a freelance writer. en-us Shannon Media Inc. Fri, 25 Feb 2011 10:45:00 GMT Camp Memories Mosquito bites, boyfriends, best friends, pranks, secrets and sunburns. And so much more.

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The Night Shift We’ve found some of Chapel Hill's most astounding Renaissance men and women – those whose nightlife directly contrasts their day jobs.

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Besotted by Books Duff Coburn’s and David Bruton’s library provides the perfect place to curl up with a good read.

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A Green Getaway Tim and Megan Toben create their own eco-retreat to demonstrate how living a life of limited consumption and energy use is not only feasible but ideal.

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

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Romance in Their Golden Years In our July/August issue, Lisa Rossi wrote about senior citizens on the dating scene. Here are a few bits that we just couldn't fit into the magazine.

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Wedding by the Well With the gleaming white pillars of The Old Well as their backdrop, Jeff Nieman and Stephanie Poole confidently cited in their vows why they were making a lifelong commitment to each other.

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A Taste of Spain Glasshalfull’s new chef Adam Rose brings a Mediterranean flair to Carrboro.

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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.

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Making Music: Mandolin Orange Andrew Marlin and Emily Frantz of Mandolin Orange discuss how love keeps them in perfect harmony.

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

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