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A Citrusy No-Bake Treat

Sheri Castle is an award-winning food writer, cooking teacher and public speaker. “I grew up eating these cookies. They came into vogue during the 1960s and...

How One Tar Heel Became Guardian of the Hill

I try to get out to Franklin Street at least once a week. Often, I am transported back to my time as a UNC...

A Look Inside This Close-to-Campus Retreat

Among Chapel Hill's archetypal stately historic homes, Jeremy Salemson’s on Country Club Road stands out. Rich caramel-colored stained wood shutters and doors accent the...

Walking Through a Wedding Wonderland

The Carolina Inn hosted its annual bridal showcase, welcoming brides and vendors from all over the Triangle, including Chapel Hill’s own Sugarland, Purple Puddle and Krystal...

Theo

Meet Theo! He's around a year and a half old, neutered, and ready to find his perfect home – and his adoption fee has...

Weekend at a Glance: Bites, Bands and a Bridal Showcase

Triangle Restaurant Week – Thursday-Sunday – Indulge this week on some of Chapel Hill's finest cuisine with special tasting, multi-course menu options at restaurants...

Collage Artist Brings Patients Piece of Mind

An interview with textile collage artist, Elaine O'Neil. How did you get started with textile art? My college degree is in textile design and I...

Add These 3 Books by Local Authors to Your Reading List

THE COURT CRUSADERS The tale of student-athlete Charlie Scott and his coach The year is 1966. The Civil Rights Movement is still roiling the South,...

Weekend at a Glance: Dance, Diversity & UNC Women’s Dads and Daughters Day

Meet the Author Tea with Carla Buckley – Thursday, 3:30pm- 5pm – Friends of the Chapel Hill Public Library hosts D.C.-born, Chapel Hill-based author Carla Buckley, the international...

Loki – ADOPTED!

Hi, I'm Loki, and as you can see I'm one gorgeous gal! I was surrendered to the county shelter because my owners were moving...