September/October 2019

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September/October 2019


42 | A Feast For The Eyes

Five dishes to savor this fall

50 | Fueled by Pho

Andy Hoang opened his small Vietnamese restaurant  on West Franklin Street earlier this year, the realization of a lifelong dream

60 | A Full Plate

Vimala Rajendran’s generosity is felt throughout our community

64 | Good Food

A look at how a half-dozen restaurants do more than feed the community


28 | #DogsOfInstagram

These #OrangeCountyCanines are also social media stars

32 | Richmond Road Trip

Our picks for Virginia’s capital city

80 | The Ultimate Fall Arts Checklist

Take your pick from concerts, festivals, exhibits and more artistic events this autumn

92 | Getting Warmer

This fall, update your closet with rich hues of burgundy, brown and gold


6 | Letter From the Editor

8 | About Town

18 | Carolina on Our Mind

20 | What We’re Eating

22 | Chef’s Table

24 | Wellness

With school starting up and the flurry of fall activities beginning, it could be easy to turn to fast food over healthy meals. Here are some tips for getting organized at mealtime.

36 | Noted

68 | Dining Guide

70 | Joyous Cooking: Gluten-Free Orange Cookies

100 | Chapel Hill Champion

Nathaniel “Pee Wee” Lee

106 | How They Live

A couple turned their Estes Hills house into the midcentury home of their dreams

127 | Engagement

Brooke Archambault & Shane Barclay

128 | Wedding

Shelley Blake & Joel Curran

Business Section

94 | A New Kind of Shack

With Al’s Pub Shack, Al Bowers hopes to add a neighborhood
feel to his burger enterprise

38 | Community Leaders Breakfast

People & Places

14 | Taste the Event

16 | PlayMakers’ annual Summer Youth Conservatory

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