6 Events Not to Miss This Month

6 Events Not to Miss This Month

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | March 1, 2021

Compiled by Renee Ambroso EVENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE; CHECK WITH ORGANIZERS PRIOR TO ATTENDING March 1-14: ‘A Thousand Ways’Carolina Performing Arts presents “A Thousand Ways (Part 1): A Phone Call” by 600 HIGHWAYMEN, a theater collective led by Abigail Browde and Michael Silverstone. This unique project is specifically designed for […]

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Katie and Carlos in front of mural

Hillsborough Mural Provides a Bit of Local Color

By Jessica Stringer | February 17, 2021

The art installation was made by 150+ community members last year

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CJ Suitt

Meet CJ Suitt, Chapel Hill’s First Poet Laureate

By Morgan Cartier Weston | December 21, 2020

The Town of Chapel Hill appointed CJ as poet laureate in November 2019. He intends to bring the art form to the community in new and exciting ways

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One of Chapel Hill’s Most Beloved Samaritans – Irene Briggaman

By Marshele Carter | December 14, 2020

Irene Briggaman gave her all as a volunteer in our community for nearly three decades – perhaps best known as the founder of RSVVP

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Jake Zinn, the designer and founder of Beepr

What to Know About the New App Beepr and the Chapel Hill Native Who Designed It

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | November 10, 2020

Jake Zinn used both his knowledge of popular music and his experience with personalized app notifications to develop his own app, Beepr.

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‘Mipso’ Infuses Fresh Energy Into The Band’s Folksy Carolina Roots

By Morgan Cartier Weston | October 28, 2020

Released Oct. 16, “Mipso” is the band’s sixth full-length album, but the first with Nashville-based Rounder Records

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Fall 2020 issues of Chapel Hill Magazine, Durham Magazine, Chatham Magazine and Heart of NC Weddings

Intern with Us This Winter or Spring

By Jessica Stringer | October 19, 2020

Shannon Media Inc., the publishers of Durham Magazine, Chapel Hill Magazine, Chatham Magazine and Heart of NC Weddings are looking for a few editorial interns to work remotely for the winter (Nov 30-early Jan) and/or spring semester. Our interns will get great experience and insight into the editorial process. Interns work on assignments for all four […]

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cartoonist Keith Knight

Conversation With Cartoonist Keith Knight On His Upcoming Hulu Series

By Hannah Lee | September 8, 2020

A Q&A with Keith Knight, the Carrboro-based cartoonist whose life inspired the Hulu television series, “Woke.”

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early with Kalina Aceve

Moments With Hard-Working Early Risers in our Towns

By Chapel Hill Magazine | August 19, 2020

Fifteen workers share moments from their early morning routines and how they balance serving the community with the challenges of COVID-19

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Support Live Music Venues Photo by Beth Mann

Why Now – More Than Ever – We Need to Support Our Live Music Venues

By Chapel Hill Magazine | July 28, 2020

A native shares his ode to our live music scene and concrete ways to rally behind local venues impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic

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