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12 Books by Local Authors to Add to Your Kids’ Library

WILLIAM’S WINTER NAP By Linda Ashman The author, who lives in Chapel Hill with her family, writes a heartwarming tale of a little boy who goes...

Master Chefs Junior: Local Kids Exploring Passions for Food

THE NOVICE CHEFS This summer, Midway Community Kitchen offered cooking camps for budding foodies in town. We caught up with a few campers as they...

Our Staff Shares: Favorite Family-Friendly Restaurants

"Where do you eat with your kids?” We posed this question to our staff whose children range in age from young toddlers to college...

Parents: Check Out These Unique Local Story Hours

HONEYSUCKLE TEA HOUSE STORY CORNER Thursdays, Chapel Hill Breathe in the herb-scented air as one of Honeysuckle’s own tea slingers reads classic and contemporary children’s stories...

Celebrate the Arts This Fall With These Can’t-Miss Events

RIVER PARK CONCERT Reflecting on Hillsborough’s appreciation of the arts, community and a good time, the Hillsborough Arts Council sponsors this free downtown outdoor concert...

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...

There’s Something For Everyone On Our Latest Summer Book List

"Extraordinary Adventures: A Novel" By Daniel Wallace Daniel Wallace (“Big Fish,” “The Watermelon King”) is known for crafting unconventional heroes, and Edsel Bronfman is no different....

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...

Add These Books to Your Kids’ Summer Reading Lists

"Jake the Fake Keeps it Real" by Craig Robinson and Adam Mansbach with art by Keith Knight Starting a new school is hard. But what about...