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Making the Most of Those Odd Waiting Periods

I’m writing this blog post from my “remote office” in the Subaru dealership while my car is being serviced. The waiting room is nice,...

Olympian Joan Nesbit Mabe On Making Strides For Cross Country

Olympian, former UNC running coach, three-time NCAA All-American at UNC and pioneer for North Carolina women’s high school cross-country ... Joan Nesbit Mabe is...

Bobby – ADOPTED!

Meet Bobby! This adorable little guy is around 6 months old and looking for a forever home where he is free to be himself!...

Weekend at a Glance: Plants, Parties & PlayMakers

North Carolina Symphony perform Schubert's "The Great" Symphony – Thursday, 7:30pm – Come out to Memorial Hall to hear the iconic and talented NC...

Truffle

Hi, I’m Truffle and I’m the sweetest little girl ever. I’m pretty nervous at first, but if you go slow with me, I’ll open...

What’s New On Chapel Hill’s Food Scene

A Rose By Any Other Name When chef Adam Rose relocated to the Triangle years ago, he got his start at Jujube and Elaine’s and...

Floraffiti Blooms This Spring

Among the abundant blossoms and greenery that adorn Chapel Hill, a few hidden messages can be found if you know where to look. Parallel...

Crossroads Chapel Hill’s New Chef Comes Home to Carolina

Brandon Sharp, the new chef at The Carolina Inn, is certainly not new to Chapel Hill. Growing up, the Greensboro-native’s grandparents, Evelyn and Albert...

Tried and True: A Classic Dessert Made with Love at Mama Dip’s

For a taste of childhood in the South, look no further than the banana pudding at Mama Dip’s. “This is one of our most...

Holly

The staff at Orange County Animal Services says Holly is so much fun! She loves to run around and play fetch or tug of...