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photo by Maria Baranova

A philosophical dance theater company and a genius poet combine their talents on a timeless tale of strong women and civil disobedience at Carolina Performing Arts. Read more

Stage

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Photo by Sarah Marguier

Recipients from the Triangle include Sun Publishing Group, Culture Mill, and the American Dance Festival. Read more

News

From marches to book drives, we've got you covered. Read more

North Carolina

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Photo by Jeremy M. Lange

"The factual circumstances surrounding this case are deeply disturbing." Read more

Orange County

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Photo by Jade Wilson

There are books. So many books. Read more

Features

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Photo by Sarah Willets

Just another day in Chapel Hill. Read more

Orange County

Following secret negotiations, BOG gave the SCV $2.6 million to protect a toppled UNC-Chapel Hill Confederate monument. Read more

Orange County

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photo by Josué Azor

The Grammy-nominated composer, flutist, and vocalist, who is half of the duo Flutronix, brings her evening-length work to UNC on Friday, Jan. 10. Read more

Features

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Courtesy of Chapel Hill Town Council

Schaevitz, who has served on council since 2017, is moving to New Zealand. Read more

Orange County

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Photo courtesy of Defiore & Company

“The story grabbed me,” Charlies Frazier, the judge for this year’s event, said of the novel. “The subject matter could not have been more of the moment.” Read more

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Photo by Jade Wilson

The restaurant is struggling to keep up with high-interest loan payments. Read more

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Wading through digital slush can kill the joy of listening. A new Chapel Hill streaming platform hopes to help change that. Read more

News

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Design by Annie Maynard and Rudi Petry

We’ll keep growing—and two-thirds of our growth will take place in the Raleigh and Charlotte metros alone. Read more

North Carolina

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Design by Annie Maynard and Rudi Petry

In the five years I’ve lived here, the Triangle has seen tremendous change. It’s not going to stop. How we deal with it will be the story of the next two decades. Read more

North Carolina

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Design by Annie Maynard and Rudi Petry

“Because so many of us can’t help blabbing about how wonderful it is to live in Chapel Hill, our population will continue to grow.” Read more

North Carolina

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Design by Annie Maynard and Rudi Petry

Innovation begins with a disruptive question. Read more

North Carolina

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Design by Annie Maynard and Rudi Petry

“The point is that art is not just treated as just a hobby.” Read more

North Carolina

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Design by Annie Maynard and Rudi Petry

Hope you like bugs. Read more

North Carolina

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Design by Annie Maynard and Rudi Petry

Is Democratic destiny manifest in North Carolina, or is such a progressive scenario too good to be true? Read more

North Carolina

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    Photo by Jade Wilson

    Al Burger Shack in Chapel Hill

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    All photos by Andrea Rice

    This is Alistair. You can scratch his head, just don't pick him up.

  • Available for purrchase at the cafe are cat toys (for cats) and cupcakes (for humans).

  • At Cat Tales, visitors can choose to donate cash toward the cats' medical expenses.

  • Alistair, still snoozing, snuggled up in an empty spiked seltzer box.

  • Mary Jane basked in a midday sunbeam.