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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Cats Cradle Cover Image Vintage Poster Art Chapel Hill, NC

The Story Behind 50 Years of Cat’s Cradle

By Chapel Hill Magazine | March 5, 2020

Storied venue Cat’s Cradle changed owners and locations over its 50 years, but never lost its cool.

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‘A Corner Tavern Full of Locals of All Stripes,’ Keeps the Music Playing

By Hannah Lee | January 2, 2020

Nash Street Tavern has a number of monthly and weekly music shows that keeps Hillsborough nightlife exciting

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Kevin "Kaze" Thomas in Local 506

After 25 Years in Chapel Hill, a Music Artist’s Career Comes Full Circle

By Hannah Lee | December 9, 2019

After opening creative hub VibeHouse 405 in 2017, Kevin “Kaze” Thomas was recently announced as one of the new owners of Local 506

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Colonial Drug Co. Demonstration in 1964

New Group Bridges the Divide Between Formerly Segregated Schools

By Hannah Lee | November 19, 2019

Former students of the segregated Chapel Hill High and Lincoln High schools created an organization to get to know one another better and also benefit the community

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Then and Now: A Photographic Look at Chapel Hill

By Hannah Lee | November 12, 2019

A lot has changed in this town over the past few decades

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Anson Dorrance Enters His 43rd Season of Coaching Soccer at UNC

By Hannah Lee | November 4, 2019

Assistant Editor Hannah Lee chatted with the UNC Women’s Soccer head coach after his team won its first game on the field now bearing his name

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