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Jessica Stringer

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Jessica is the Executive Editor for Chapel Hill Magazine. As a 2010 grad of UNC, she's happy to be back in town writing, editing and eating around the Triangle.

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...

George

What’s up, everybody, I’m George! I’m a goofy, lanky hound puppy that loves to give hugs and get attention from you. Just like a...

Jackson

Meet Jackson, a 3-month-old kitten who is hoping for a family of his own. Jackson was born at the shelter and then went off...

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...

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...

Joli

Hi, my name is Joli (a combination of the names of the two women who helped rescue me, Josie and Julie). I was found...

We’re Looking for Fall 2017 Editorial Interns

Shannon Media Inc, the publishers of Durham Magazine, Chapel Hill Magazine and Chatham Magazine, are looking for a few editorial interns based out of our Chapel Hill office for...

July/August 2017

https://issuu.com/shannonmedia/docs/chmja17issuu   The BEST OF CHAPEL HILL 2017 74 Pals and Pizza  The owners of IP3, Al’s and SallyMack support each other in life and business 76 The Superior...

What’s New in Hillsborough

FRESHLY BAKED Radius has a new oven and they aren’t afraid to use it. “We can now get a pizza out faster. Our new oven...

Your Summer 2017 Chapel Hill Checklist

#1 ADD A STYLISH TOTE TO YOUR WARDROBE Blair Nance, a 2002 East Chapel Hill High School grad, studied fashion merchandising at the University of...