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Helping Those in Need

Watching the refugee crisis or any number of natural disasters unfold before us on the news is heartbreaking. Our natural tendency is to want...

Weekend Best Bets: Gershwin, Gullah Art and Good Night, and Good Luck

Music on the Porch — Thursday, 5:30-7 p.m. — Bring a picnic blanket, settle in and enjoy sounds from the Eric Przedpelski Quartet, one...

Our Latest Obsessions: Bagels, Pizza and a Local Mug

Every week seems to find us busy doing a little bit of everything around town. Click through our photos to see what we've been up...

An Abundance of Peppers

Top chefs from across the state are prepping their best pepper-centric dishes for the 8th Annual Pepper Festival on September 27. With approximately 45 chefs...

Weekend Best Bets: Bluegrass, Broadwood Ayr and a Bash

Disgraced — Wednesday-Saturday, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. — This Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy-drama by Ayad Akhtar follows the life of a man who loses touch with his Muslim...

Fairy Tale Fun

Indulge your inner child with a family-friendly mystical night of music, magic and craft-making at the North Carolina Botanical Garden’s Wonderfest on Saturday, Sept....

Restaurant Redux

Around the first of June, the dining area at The Carolina Inn was temporarily moved to the lobby as Crossroads Chapel Hill underwent a major renovation. All the...

ADOPTED – Rascal

If you love a squishy face and a personality that will keep you laughing, Rascal is the pal for you! This goofy boy is...

Our Latest Obsessions: Cafe Carolina, Carolina Brewery and Cooks and Books

Every week seems to find us busy doing a little bit of everything around town. Click through our photos to see what we've been up...

Can I Have This Dance?

Not long after moving to Carrboro in late 2009, New Orleans native Katherine Richards began climbing at the Chapel Hill Community Center. Soon, her friend (and future...