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A New Book from Chapel Hill’s Youngest Author Hopes to Inspire Courage

Emma Linberg is a rising star at just 6 years old. Earlier this year, she took to the writing scene and published her very...

Weekend at a Glance: Frankenstein, Fire Trucks and Front Country

Reconstructing Frankenstein’s Monster – Thursday, 5:30-7pm – Join UNC English students at Wilson Library as they discuss their semester-long work recreating the world of Mary Shelley,...

Take a Look Inside the Home Designed for UNC Basketball Coach Dean Smith

When Jean and Dave Haas began their home search, words like “modernism” and “famous former owner” weren’t anywhere near the top of their must-have...

Boro Beverage Branches Out

This spring, Boro Beverage’s Mother Brewer Carly Erickson mobilizes her kombucha operation with a newly renovated camper, The Mothership. The successful completion of her Kickstarter...

Weekend at a Glance: Food Trucks, Fundraisers and Fine Art

Versus – Thursday, 5-8pm – The Ackland Art Museum presents selected works by the graduating Masters of Fine Arts students at UNC. The prompt,...

Adopt a Pet: Big Mac

Stop by Orange County Animal Services and meet Big Mac! At just over 43 pounds, he's actually not so big. He's been such a...

At Age 80, Former College Basketball Player Finds a New Challenge in Playing Croquet

After decades in medicine that included pioneering the field of neuroradiology, Dr. Ralph Heinz knew he couldn’t just play pingpong in retirement. A former college...

Seawell School Nurse Makes It Her Mission To Meet Each Child’s Unique Needs

On finding her path When Eileen Stough started her freshman year at UNC, she knew she wanted to do something in the health care field....

Adopt a Pet: Nutty

This is Nutty. She is a spayed female, approximately 3 years old. Nutty can be a little shy, but she gets really excited about...

Former Stay-at-Home Mom Builds Her Own Business From the Ground Up

Tell me about your business. I established myself as an LLC in January 2015. It’s just me, and anyone who helps me is a...