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The Crunkleton’s Bourbon Bramble

Serve this cocktail by Gary Crunkleton of The Crunkleton to guests, no matter the occasion – julep cups make for a sophisticated presentation. 2 oz. Four Roses bourbon 1 tsp. Marasca...

Joyous Cooking: The Other Pumpkin Pie

Until I spent my 16th Thanksgiving with Connecticut Yankees, I had never encountered a baked pumpkin pie. In the Deep South where I grew...

Peccadillo’s Sherry Flip

While the kids make cookies, put one egg toward this treat by Timothy Neill of Peccadillo 2 oz. Fino sherry 1 tsp. fine sugar 1 egg Combine all ingredients in a cocktail...

The Volunteer: Allison Worthy

After almost two decades of living out a passion for volunteering daily, Allison is part of a network that now constantly comes full circle....

The Inspiration: Vivian Connell

This story originally ran in the November 2014 issue. By the time she was in sixth grade, Vivian had lived in several Southern cities due...

The Arts Visionary: Lauren Bromley Hodge

“Singing together is a great leveler,” says Lauren. “You don’t need an instrument.” It was in that spirit that she launched the Community Chorus Project...

Crook’s Corner’s Bushel & Barrel

Put on festive music and sip this sparkling drink by Shannon Healy of Crook's Corner while decorating the tree or wrapping gifts. 4 oz. Fishing Creek hard cider 1⁄2 oz. Cocchi...

Coach Sylvia Hatchell: 700 UNC Wins & Living Cancer Free

In addition to achieving 700 wins at UNC, Sylvia Hatchell is the winningest active coach in women’s basketball (908-321), a Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of...

The Musician: Emily Frantz

Emily was born and raised in Chapel Hill and began playing violin in elementary school. By the time she was a student at Chapel...

Operation: Merriment

>> Create zones in your workspace. Think ahead to how you cook in your kitchen and try to group like with like. If baking...