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Glasshalfull’s Swiss Chard and Ricotta Zeppole

Glasshalfull’s owner Jim Wald has weathered a lot since he, along with partner Mickey Maloney, opened the doors in March 2007. “Our timing wasn’t...

Why We Retired in Chapel Hill

Walter Mears worked for The Associated Press in Washington, D.C., for more than 40 years as a reporter, administrator, bureau chief and columnist, and in...

Neal’s Deli Serves Up a Superior Sandwich in the Heart of Carrboro

Started up nine years ago, Neal’s Deli has accumulated a good number of regulars, who order their usuals of the deli’s classic menu selection...

Carrboro’s Auto Logic Treats Customers Like Family

Andrew Jones founded his business, now co-owned by business partner Marianne Jones, in 1986, but to newcomers traveling down Carrboro’s Main Street, it might...

Pint-Sized Opinions: Chapel Hill’s Best Kid-Friendly Eateries

Breakaway Cafe “I like Breakaway Cafe because it is super good. I like the bread they use for the breakfast sandwich, and I love the...

Weekend at a Glance: Crawfish, Cars and (Big) Cats

Summer Seafest: Low Country Crawfish Boil — Thursday, 6:30-9:30pm — City Kitchen brings a taste of the coast to Chapel Hill with a fresh seafood...

Big Foot

Hey, I’m Big Foot! I’m a little guy with a big personality and even bigger heart! In new situations, I can get a little...

Black History, Our History

I made a late-night run to Walmart to buy, you know, the kind of stuff you get late night at Walmart. While in line,...

Engaged: Greg Frazer & Heba Salama

After meeting on eHarmony in the fall of 2015, Chapel Hill High School and NC State grad Heba Salama and Ontario native Greg Frazer...

Stoney River ‘Steaks’ a Claim as One of Our Top Restaurants

It was the steak house University Place – and Chapel Hill – deserved. The shopping spot’s revitalization that included adding draws like a movie...