Culture

The Hillsborough Handmade Parade happens every two years

An Ode to Hillsborough

By Chapel Hill Magazine | July 31, 2019

The director of the Orange County Arts Commission shares her favorite parts of the “magical little town”

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Five local books you should read this summer

Five Must-Read Books From Local Authors

By Jessica Stringer | July 10, 2019

Here are just a few recent releases by local authors that should find their way onto your nightstand

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Transitioning to College: A Professional Organizer’s Perspective

By Julia Baker | June 12, 2019

The Neat Freak shares her best college tips

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An Expert Guide to Planning a Chapel Hill Wedding

By Julia Baker | June 4, 2019

The professionals answer your most pressing wedding questions from how to pick a venue to what last-minute details to consider.

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Wedding: Megan Atkins & Derek Locklear

By Hannah Lee | May 17, 2019

When a work relationship turns into a forever adventure, it’s meant to be.

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Author Peter Guzzardi Shares Lessons from ‘The Wizard of Oz’ in New Book

By Hannah Lee | May 6, 2019

This book editor turned book author chats with us about writing his first book and his life as a Chapel Hillian

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‘Contra Dancing is Kind of My Church’

By Hannah Lee | April 25, 2019

A high-energy dance has drawn a passionate following

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Wedding: Mark Spain & Shannon O’Neill

By Hannah Lee | February 6, 2019

When Mark Spain asked Shannon O’Neill for a guitar lesson while they both were working at the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, Shannon jokes she suspected it was a ruse. Little to her surprise, they didn’t touch a guitar the entire night and instead enjoyed a lovely dinner cooked by Mark.  Three […]

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Father of Modern Neuroscience’s Art Comes to The Ackland

By Adam Phan | January 31, 2019

The human brain is undoubtedly one of the most complex structures known to mankind. Neuroscientist and artist Santiago Ramón y Cajal devoted his life to studying its mysteries. Over five decades of research and over 3,000 drawings of the brain led to his discovery that the brain is made up […]

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Photographer’s new exhibit benefits ALS research

By Cara Siliakus | January 25, 2019

After graduating from UNC in 1998, Andrew Ross was active in the Chapel Hill arts community for nearly a decade, working as a commercial photographer and photographic artist. He also served on served on the Chapel Hill Public Arts Commission. Various jobs took him around the world as he taught […]

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