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Q&A with Local Legend Michelle Dorrance

Chapel Hill native Michelle Dorrance comes home September 14 and 15 to perform at Carolina Performing Arts in her company's show “ETM: Double Down.” We chatted with her...

Rupee Moneypenny

I've had a pretty rough start. I was rescued with my 5 babies, and we were all really sick. Unfortunately, all of my babies passed...

Our Latest Obsessions: Fresh, Fair Trade and Our New Foodie Issue

  Cover gal Tracy DeLozier stopped by to grab a few copies of our new Foodie issue also featuring her daughter Mena Choi and the First...

From Tuna Rolls to Tempura, Akai Hana is On a Roll

Growing up at Akai Hana, the restaurant her dad managed, Kay Huneycutt only ate tuna rolls. She’s come a long way since her picky...

September/October 2016

Nope, your eyes don't deceive you... that's First Lady Michelle Obama on our cover along with Chapel Hillian Mena Choi and her mom, Tracy DeLozier. Mena...

A Lifetime of Teaching and Learning

Ellen Manning grew up across the globe, spending time living in Latin America and Europe. The world she loved the most was the natural...

Episode 32 – TerraVita’s Colleen Minton

Colleen and Andrea preview this year’s festival – happening Sept. 28-Oct. 1 and featuring a book release party in Vivian Howard’s honor, an East...

Adopted – Melissa

Hi, I'm Melissa! I'm a silly, spunky, squirmy little girl with lots of energy and love to give. I briefly lived in a home...

Weekend at a Glance: Beer, ‘The Beautiful Beast’ and Be Loud! Sophie

All About America – through Sept. 11 – This exhibition of photographer Burk Uzzle’s work, held at Ackland Art Museum, spans 50 years of iconic American moments,...

Fit for a Fete

Kathleen Jasinskas and Charlie Hyland moved to Chapel Hill from New York City in the spring of 2014 and started looking for a venue...