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I’m a big girl with an even bigger heart. I’m your typical hound, and LOVE smelling every blade of grass outside. Once I’m done...

Go Local for Gifts This Holiday Season

Mynt Boutique A colorful and vibrant plaid scarf paired with a rich velvet blazer creates a bright and elegant look you can wear to...

Our Latest Obsessions: Crepes, Christmas Trees & Crispy Chicken

Jazz up your grilled cheese offerings with this Greek version from The Root Cellar. You can't go wrong ordering the chicken tikka masala at Mint. Fried chicken...

A Holiday Playlist To Please Any Party-Going Crowd

We asked our favorite local bluegrass duo – Andrew Marlin and Emily Frantz of Mandolin Orange – for their favorite holiday tunes perfect for...

A Hospitable Home with Heart

Walk into the Woodfin household and you are apt to be greeted with drinks and hors d’oeuvres, no matter the time of day. “Would...

Weekend at a Glance: Sports, Shopping & Storytelling

NC State vs. UNC Football Game – Friday, noon – The UNC Tar Heels will host the NC State Wolfpack this Friday at Kenan...

Oakleaf’s Chef Serves Generous Portions and Advice

At first, Leslie and Brendan Cox thought about throwing a dinner party, but “ not fancy, dinner-party people,” Leslie says. “We’d be using the...

Christmas Comes Early For One Chapel Hill Couple

UNC alumna Hallie Sanchez met Chapel Hill native and East Chapel Hill High grad Daniel Sparrow when she started working at Millennium Sports Club...

SKJAJA fundraises for local children at Beach Shack Boil

The SKJAJA Fund threw their Beach Shack Boil fundraiser at The Rickhouse, where guests enjoyed Lowcountry shrimp boil, beer, wine, sweet tea and, of...

Baby Makes 3 For These Bouncing Bulldogs Alumni

Joe and Anna Edney “owe a lot to the Bouncing Bulldogs.” Both joined the team when they turned 8 and continued jumping for years....