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Jan/Feb 2016

There was a time I couldn’t imagine looking forward to a workout. Since I became an adult, I’ve been consistent about fitness. I’ve run many 5Ks and one 10K. I’ve lifted weights at the gym, taken strength and spin classes, gone to Zumba and boot camp. While I prefer some activities over others, I can’t …

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Amanda Fisher’s Tiffin Squares.

December 2015

It’s beginning to look a lot like December around here! Inside our latest issue, you’ll find six sweet holiday recipes to savor and share and an historic home that’s had its halls decked out with boughs of holly. Next, Gabe Barker of Pizzeria Mercato dishes on his upcoming Carrboro eatery, West Coast cooking and growing …

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Patrick Dougherty's stickwork stood along the Riverwalk in Hillsborough.

November 2015

  Inside our Design Issue, you’ll meet our next Creative Class including acclaimed stick sculpture artist Patrick Dougherty, an architect, a bag designer, a pair of custom furniture makers and a calligrapher who all let us inside the creative process. You’ll also love a peek inside one of the area’s chicest offices (yes, it does …

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Chef Jeremy Blankenship worked at La Place in Hillsborough before taking over The Carolina Inn's kitchen.

September/October 2015

On the menu of our 6th annual foodie issue: up-and-coming chefs, the dishes destined for our food hall of fame, kids in the kitchen and so much more! Browse events not to miss, an updated dining guide and featured dish, hometown weddings and engagements, and the latest event photos.

Al's Burger Shack's burger was voted a Chapel Hill favorite by readers.

July/August 2015

Look for our summer bucket list, fall arts preview and the Best Of Chapel Hill winners in this issue. As in every issue, browse events not to miss, an updated dining guide and featured dish, hometown weddings and engagements, and the latest event photos including Project Graduation, SECU Family House BBQ and more.

Governor Bev Perdue was photographed at The Carolina Inn.

May/June 2015

The May/June issue is also our 2nd Annual Women’s Issue and features 16 remarkable leaders. You’ll also find a Dress for Success makeover just in time for Mother’s Day, Top Dentists, a toast to Pittsboro, plenty of event photos from around town and so much more! Read the issue cover to cover below

The entire Pergolotti family gets around by bike. Anthony departs their Carrboro home and heads to work in downtown Durham. His wife, Mackenzi, cycles to UNC’s campus. And 7-year-old Nightingale rides to school and to various activities, along with her grandmother, Phyllis Mastrocola.

April 2015

From the prettiest jewelry and plenty of pets to Chapel Hill’s perfect sunset-viewing spot, our April issue is packed full of great stories!

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