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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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Ballet School of Chapel Hill

A Look Back on the Founding Moments of the Ballet School of Chapel Hill

By Hannah Lee | July 1, 2020

In honor of the founding of the Ballet School of Chapel Hill in 1980, we spoke to teachers, students and parents who were there at the beginning

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Tanya Moore is the Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus and Community Communications at UNC

Tanya Moore Speaks Tar Heel at University Communications

By Morgan Cartier Weston | June 24, 2020

By Morgan Cartier Weston | Illustration by Jillian Ohl A Greensboro native, Tanya Moore graduated from UNC with her bachelor’s in journalism and mass communication in 2001. She has worked in the University Communications (formerly University Relations) office ever since. In April 2019, she was appointed to the role of associate vice […]

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Ellen Perry, who struggles with a disability

Ellen Perry Inspires Others Like Her With Disabilities to be Independent

By Hannah Lee | June 16, 2020

Ellen Perry, who was born with cerebral palsy, has been honored for advocacy on behalf of individuals living with disabilities

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andrea hayes-jordan

Andrea Hayes-Jordan: One Surgeon Saving the Lives of Children

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | June 9, 2020

No two days are alike for Dr. Andrea Hayes-Jordan. One morning, she may see patients at UNC Hospitals, and the next day, she might perform a 20-hour surgery

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ATI clients receive art supplies at home

Art as Therapy Becomes an Outlet for Mental Health Issues During Pandemic

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | June 3, 2020

Carrboro’s The Art Therapy Institute of NC helps clients work through their emotions and build self-esteem in classes and support groups

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Woman of Achievement – Longtime Chapel Hill Activist Miriam Slifkin

By Jessica Stringer | May 20, 2020

She reflects on her ups and downs during her decades of activism in the women’s movement in Chapel Hill and North Carolina

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Share Your Scholar’s Story: Senior Send-Off Gallery

By Marie Muir | May 8, 2020
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20 Books to Read from Local Sellers

By Jessica Stringer | April 7, 2020

To boost your bookshelves, we asked local booksellers for their recommendations and how to get the books to your mailbox.

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Dianne Gooch Shaw Chapel Hill NC Historian

Stories From a Seventh-Generation Chapel Hillian

By Chapel Hill Magazine | March 10, 2020

The story of a seventh-generation Chapel Hillian whose life is entwined with the town’s history. Including notable moments and famous Chapel Hill characters.

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