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Engagement: Hannah Meyers & Chase Woodfin

Upon graduating from East Chapel Hill High School, Chapel Hill native Chase Woodfin continued his education at the University of Tennessee. After college he...

Wedding: Emily Mason & Ron Stewart

Emily Mason and Ron Stewart’s story started in an Orangetheory Fitness class in Meadowmont near her salon, Caju. After getting to know each other...

New Book Takes Readers On a Decade-by-Decade Visual Journey of Fashion

FASHION FADS & FANTASIES: THREE DECADES OF OUTRAGEOUS DRESSING Written and illustrated by Lorraine Geiger  What happens when you mix a T-shirt dress with red...

Parents: We’ve Featured Extracurriculars To Keep Your Kids Engaged

SPORTS We are fortunate to have many specialized sports complexes and team leagues to help kids expend some energy and learn leadership and discipline skills...

Wedding: Brooke Johnson & Christopher Rubish

Chapel Hill native Christopher Rubish met Brooke Johnson of Emporia, Virginia, through mutual friends five years ago when Brooke was attending North Carolina State...

Engagement: Jennifer Halperin & Vladimir Khosid

Growing up, Jennifer Halperin never could have predicted that her future fiancé was living 5,700 miles from the southern part of heaven. Jennifer studied...

Take a Visual Journey Through Hillsborough or Let Little Ones Experiment With These New...

“Hidden Hillsborough: Historic Dependencies and Landscapes in a Small Southern Town” By Preservation Fund of Hillsborough Photos by Elizabeth Matheson • Maps by Stewart E. Dunaway A...

Wedding: Lauren Joyner & Stephen Cook

Chapel Hill native Lauren Joyner met New York native Stephen Cook in Florida at the wedding of John and Kelly Waterman in 2014. Lauren...

Artist Gary Owens Hopes to Bring His Colorful Caricatures to the Classroom

" are caricatures, not portraits. I’m not a fine artist, I’m not a trained artist. The only training I had was in the fourth...

19 Ideas for Exploring A Different Side of Chapel Hill This Winter

#1 BE AMAZED BY NATURE There’s a new Patrick Dougherty stickwork installation at the Ackland Art Museum and if you’ve never seen how he weaves...