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Joyous Cooking: The Feminine Art of Cooking Writing

Recently, I was invited to speak about women’s changing roles in the food business with a focus on the Triangle. UNC American Studies professor...

Emergency Preparedness: Slacker’s Edition

One of the things that stinks about being a grown-up is all of the shoulds … you should buy a house, you should have...

Love the Planet with Every Bite

Earth Day is April 22, which is only a few days away. Around town, there are many events to get you thinking about the environment...

The Chef: Andrea Reusing

The New Jersey native has lived in Chapel Hill for 19 years. Her restaurant marries Asian flavors and North Carolina ingredients and has received...

Chefs at Home: James Clark

After spending the workweek cooking classic dishes for diners at Carolina Crossroads, plus hundreds more guests attending elegant weddings and events at The Carolina Inn,...

The Dish: Acme Food & Beverage Co.

110 E. Main St., Carrboro; 919-929-2263; acmecarrboro.com It was odd for me to be at Acme in the daylight. Usually I sit packed in at the cozy bar...

Run for a Reason

With four kids and a baby, Jay Radford is quite the doting dad. And his baby just happens to be the Not So Normal Run, the philanthropy-focused...

The Perfect Fit

Sometimes a house is just a house. Often, a house becomes a home. Once in a blue moon, a house becomes so, so much...

Gone to Carolina

Shontel Jung, a UNC alumna, met Duke alumnus Whitney Grumhaus through a former client of his while she was interviewing for her current job at UNC. They discovered...

A Dog’s Purpose

Who would give a happy welcome to the guests of the Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill? Holly would. Who would curl up on the hospital...