Carrboro Sets the Stage for Center Theater Company

By Chapel Hill Magazine | October 24, 2023

Jenny Latimer, Center Theater Company’s founder, talks past productions and her plans for the future of the company.

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Paw Moo, Ree Ree Wei and Ha Na stand in one of the vegetable patches by the marigolds.

A Young Asian American Leader Cultivates Culture and Community at Transplanting Traditions Community Farm

By Chapel Hill Magazine | October 16, 2023

Hsar Ree Ree Wei empowers refugees and preserves her cultural heritage through farming

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Norman Chislom

Chapel Hill Software Engineer Performs Every Year at the Carolina Renaissance Festival

By Chapel Hill Magazine | September 28, 2023

Follow Norman Chislom as he steps into the role of ‘Keplar, The Wanderer’ at the Carolina Renaissance Festival.

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Our Guide to the Best Arts Events This Fall

By Chapel Hill Magazine | September 1, 2023

Our curated list of can’t-miss concerts, events and more in Chapel Hill

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Mipso Drops ‘Book of Fools’: Inside the Album and Life on the Road

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | August 25, 2023

Mipso’s Jacob Sharp and Joseph Terrell discuss struggles, touring and the band’s creative process.

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Local Bookstore Staff Share Top Picks for Summer Reads

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | July 26, 2023

Take time to unwind and enjoy these fourteen summer selects from employees at our readers’ favorite bookstores

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The Art of Kindness: Ukrainian Refugee Finds a New Beginning

By Chapel Hill Mag Intern | July 3, 2023

Anatolii Tarasiuk, a Ukrainian artist and refugee, says he owes his life to many caring people, especially the owner of The Frame & Print Shop.

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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, “Italy on a Plate,” that is part memoir, part cookbook, and releases on March 14.

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