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A Loving Environment

By Kaylee Brown | May 8, 2015

Chapel Hill native Leigh Tyndall met Samuel Snow in Atlanta. Leigh, a UNC grad, was working toward her master’s degree in public health at Emory University while Samuel was pursuing a Ph.D. in environmental engineering at Georgia Tech. The pair shared an interest in water quality and health, which led […]

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Our Latest Obsessions: The Pink Pearl, Philanthropy and a Peacock

By Chapel Hill Magazine | May 6, 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! Crook’s Corner On his very first visit to Crook’s Corner, Kevin tried the legendary shrimp and grits.   The Pink Pearl How cute […]

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Gone to Carolina

By Abigail Ancherico | April 8, 2015

Shontel Jung, a UNC alumna, met Duke alumnus Whitney Grumhaus through a former client of his while she was interviewing for her current job at UNC. They discovered a shared love for live music and realized a mutual friend had actually introduced them 10 years earlier. One morning in March, during a hike through […]

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The Golden Hour

By Jessie Ammons | March 31, 2015

I have very few complaints about living in Chapel Hill. Within a 10-minute walk of my historic downtown home, I can see an art exhibition, enjoy a top-notch meal (or a pretty great cheap bite), sip a local craft brew, catch a theatrical performance or a concert, listen to an […]

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Model Mom

By Andrea Griffith Cash | March 10, 2015

By the time Alison Britt had her third child, she was frustrated with the choices – or lack thereof – she had when it came to postpartum nursing wear. Why weren’t flowy tops and dresses being offered, she wondered, instead of utilitarian, unflattering pieces? Alison isn’t a designer. She’s never […]

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Set In Chapel Hill

By Andrea Griffith Cash | March 10, 2015

Save Me is a new novel about love, truth and forgiveness – protagonist Daphne is reeling from the news that her husband has fallen in love with someone else. But as we read it, we couldn’t help but focus on the Chapel Hill (and Durham) references. Daphne and her husband […]

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Honoring Dean: The Story Behind Chapel Hill’s Newest Mural

By Andrea Griffith Cash | February 13, 2015

Here’s the thing that is so lovely about Chapel Hill. We are a thoughtful community but also one that takes action. Upset about the death of Dean Smith on February 7, muralist Scott Nurkin, owner of The Mural Shop, decided to do something to pay his respects. Call it grief personified. The UNC alumnus […]

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Our Latest Obsessions

By Chapel Hill Magazine | January 28, 2015

Have you read our January/February issue yet? We spotted a copy among many of our other favorite reads at Citrine. We also attended Competition Dining battles, loaded up on Foggy Ridge Cider at Southern Season, tasted the new bar menu at [ONE] and attended a 70th birthday party for Linda […]

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Going To The Chapel (Hill)

By Jessie Ammons | January 26, 2015

Heather Kileff and Robert Hutchins met on a blind date orchestrated by Susan Gravely and Bill Ross, friends of Heather’s family who were living in the house above UNC School of Medicine student Robert. (Susan also co-founded Hillsborough-based VIETRI.) The two were both surprised at how nicely they hit it off, […]

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PopUp Workout

By Jessie Ammons | January 26, 2015

You know the drill: new year, new resolutions, etc. etc. For a fun fitness change of pace, try PopUp Workout – a fast-paced, high-energy, all-levels-welcome group fitness class. “What’s really great about it is there’s no membership,” says founder Katie Corley. That’s what sold me. As its name implies, PopUp […]

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