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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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Written in The Stars

By Paige Patterson | January 7, 2015

Terry Howell Gunnels, a Goldsboro native and UNC alumna, and Paul Mitalas spent decades apart before they learned through their children’s Facebook connections that they were both single. The two, who originally met when their toddlers were in swim class together, reconnected and bonded over their shared history and irreverent sense of […]

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Summer Celebration

By Kelly Archer | January 6, 2015

College sweethearts Alexandra Hershey and Conrad Gordon met and dated at Duke University but were separated when graduation took Conrad to New York City and Ali left for Washington, D.C. Reunited a fateful five years later, he eventually proposed to her on their former campus. The rehearsal dinner was held at Elaine’s on Franklin and afterward, […]

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The Fitness Fanatic: Susan Kitchen

By Amanda MacLaren | January 1, 2015

Susan was born in Winston-Salem; she moved to Chapel Hill in 1990 to get her master’s in public health from UNC. She’s been a registered dietitian since 1992 and a sports certified dietitian and U.S.A. Triathlon coach for swimming, biking and running for the past two years. She lives in […]

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The Love Boat

By Leah Komada | December 1, 2014

  Chapel Hill native Taylor Williams met Outer Banks native Mik Lisenby at the end of their freshman year at ECU and not long after, they started dating. In October 2011, the couple went on a cruise with 40 of their family members and friends who were all let in […]

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