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Summer Reads

By Jamie Fiocco | August 11, 2015

Whether you spend your summer reading engrossing novels or informative nonfiction, here, a few recommendations straight from Flyleaf Books owner Jamie Fiocco: SHOTGUN LOVESONGS  By Nickolas Butler  “A wonderful debut novel – just a great story about five friends growing up, moving away and coming back to a small Wisconsin […]

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Sweet Tooth

By Dree Deacon | July 22, 2015

How many couples can say a root canal brought them together? Nathan White, a fourth-year dental student at UNC, was starting a root canal surgery when he needed assistance from Annie Chu, a first- year dental hygiene student. Annie quickly caught his attention, and she immediately noticed his checkerboard Vans. A year later, […]

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Behind the Music

By Amanda MacLaren | June 30, 2015

Sawyer Sessions, Season 1 is an album to throw on in the heat of the afternoon, sitting on a front porch swing while sipping an Arnold Palmer. Yep Roc Records released Redeye’s CD and LP – a companion to the YouTube video channel of the same name that features various artists’ acoustic performances at […]

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Strength in Numbers

By Jessie Ammons | June 12, 2015

You might have seen them: A troup of moms pushing jogging strollers through Southern Village or Briar Chapel, music thumping. Before too long, they stop along a jogging path or green space and whip out exercise bands for a few strengthening moves. Then, it’s back to the pavement, off and running to the […]

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Season’s Reading

By Virginia Robinson | June 11, 2015

Wells Tower’s “Seven Postcards from an Orange County Childhood” falls on page 100 of Amazing Place: What North Carolina Means to Writers, but one of the joys of any anthology is the freedom to open it wherever you like. Edited by Marianne Gingher and featuring authors like locals Bland Simpson, […]

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Our Latest Obsessions: CPA, Lee Smith and K&W

By Chapel Hill Magazine | May 26, 2015

As usual, we were busy doing a little bit of everything in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Pittsboro and Hillsborough. Click through our photos to see what we’ve been up to this week! City Kitchen The turkey club at City Kitchen makes for a perfect workday lunch, especially now that patio weather is here to […]

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The Life Aquatic

By Jessica Stringer | May 19, 2015

Captivated by the underwater activity she saw while snorkeling at age 10 in Hawaii, Lia Barrett (right) was disappointed she couldn’t bring any fish home to Chapel Hill. After her family trip, she got her hands on a Jacques Cousteau book and spent her teenage years covering her bedroom walls with […]

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Our Latest Obsessions: Baseball, Donuts and WCOM

By Chapel Hill Magazine | May 19, 2015

You know us… we’re always out doing something in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Pittsboro or Hillsborough. Click through our photos to see what we’ve been up to this week! UNC Baseball Despite living in Chapel Hill for five seasons of UNC Baseball, Jessica had never been to the Bosh. Sadly, the […]

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Our Latest Obsessions: Berry Picking, Belgian Waffology and Caffe Bellezza

By Chapel Hill Magazine | May 13, 2015

You know us… we’re always out doing something in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Pittsboro or Hillsborough. Click through our photos to see what we’ve been up to this week! Belgian Waffology and Caffe Belleza To celebrate all that our team has accomplished in 2015 thus far, we invited the Belgian Waffology […]

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Boot Scootin’ Boogie

By Stephanie Randall | May 8, 2015

Jessica Hayes and Luke Blitchington instantly clicked upon meeting at a Brooks & Dunn concert in June 2010. After a few years of dating, Luke surprised Jessica by proposing on a weekend trip to Asheville. The couple got married at The Carolina Inn. There was not a dry eye at the ceremony, and there […]

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