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Horticulture students practicing

Learn Natural Healing Methods at North Carolina Botanical Garden

By Brooke Spach | April 18, 2023

North Carolina Botanical Garden’s therapeutic horticulture certification program began in 2021 and continues to grow

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Local Muralist Completes New Work on Franklin Street

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | April 13, 2023

This new Chapel Hill mural on Lantern restaurant symbolizes the strength and success of women near and far.

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‘Italy on a Plate’ by Chapel Hill’s Susan Gravely Releases This Week

By Chapel Hill Magazine | March 13, 2023

This year marks the 40th anniversary for VIETRI, the Italian ceramic dinnerware line founded by Susan Gravely. Below she shares an excerpt from her new book, โ€œItaly on a Plate,โ€ that is part memoir, part cookbook, and releases on March 14.

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A Look Inside The ArtsCenter’s New Home in Carrboro

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | February 21, 2023

The ArtsCenter will relocate to 400 Roberson St. once the facility’s remodel is completed. Read more about the org’s nearly 50-year history.

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Liza Wolff-Francis, Carrboro's 2023-24 poet laureate

Carrboro Poet Laureate Shares the Importance of Her Craft

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | February 9, 2023

The 2023 poet laureate, Liza Wolff-Francis, starts her two-year term and discusses the role, her writing career and why poetry is important.

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Saltire Gallerie tour

Historic Hillsborough Home Transformed Into a Scottish Art Gallery

By Chapel Hill Magazine | January 19, 2023

Saltire Gallerie offers a look into the past through its collection of 19th- and 20th-century Scottish artwork.

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Aarya Potti creates Project Asha

Chapel Hill High School Student Promotes Access to Education Locally and Globally

By Chapel Hill Magazine | January 5, 2023

After a trip to India in elementary school, Aarya Potti returned home with a vision to help others complete their education

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Scenes From the Return of PlayMakers’ Summer Youth Conservatory

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | October 26, 2022

Local students in PlayMakers’ Youth Conservatory took center stage this summer after a two-year hiatus of the program due to COVID-19

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Celebrate 75 Years With the Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP

By Chapel Hill Magazine | October 5, 2022

The Chapel Hill-Carrboro NAACP has taken on countless issues for three-quarters of a century.

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Must-See Artists, Performers and More This Fall

By Chapel Hill Magazine | September 7, 2022

Orange County is teeming with artsy happenings โ€“ don’t miss these concerts, art classes, festivals and more this fall.

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