The farther west you wander down Franklin and Rosemary Streets the sooner you’ll discover hidden gems.
Chelsea and Wrexham — will meet on Wednesday, July 19, in the first international soccer match in Kenan Stadium history.
For the last 28 years, the figurative ceramic sculptor Tinka Jordy has been inviting the public to enjoy the simple beauty of art set in a garden.
When we think about spring in Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and Hillsborough it’s easy to conjure up an image of stunning azaleas, dogwoods in bloom, red buds.
We live in a world where progress and preservation are understood as ideas competing against one another.
A year from now, The Carolina Inn Hotel, one of the most iconic homes-away-from-home in Chapel Hill, will mark its 100th birthday.
Sharing a meal with Carrboro resident Braxton Foushee, in a public restaurant, is as pleasurable as it is busy.
Jim Heavner is Chapel Hill-Carrboro’s first media mogul. If WCHL was the village’s sound, then Heavner was its voice.
If being in nature is shown to relieve depression and anxiety, why don’t we do it more often?
Surplus Sids, on Main Street in Carrboro, is a Rorschach Test for the passing tourist, the newly matriculated student, and even longtime residents.
If you want to see a native Chapel Hillian smile, bring up memories of the Chapel Hill they remember.
Between the cradle and the grave, we live, we love, we work — and we collect.
Through every movie, in every genre, spanning many years, there has been a singular common plotline: That of a proud local theater and the steadfast community that supports it.
IN 1969 the Cat’s Cradle opened its doors, and gave music a place to live and be live in the Triangle.
Local history is just a memory of our youth, our old haunts, our stomping grounds.
Relax. Nothing is Under Control.
North Carolina Department of Commerce released its 2022 report on tourism in Orange County and it’s filled with good news.
Dietary restrictions, especially for the traveler, can make dining out a challenge.
In northern Orange County, Randy Spencer and his wife Tracy Kelly Stone operate one of the most popular country grocery stores in the area.
Robert Humphreys grew up in downtown Chapel Hill a generation ago
What does it mean to tell a story? How do we reckon with the gaps in our history?
Between 1959 and 1975, nearly every astronaut who participated in the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, Skylab and Apollo-Soyuz programs trained on Franklin Street, in downtown Chapel Hill – at Morehead Planetarium.
Chapel Hill resident Sarah Dessen is the author of more than a dozen novels.
How Chapel Hill’s Wealth of Ethnic Restaurants and Grocery Stores Offer More than Just Delicious Food.
Merry Hill Farm is a one-of-a-kind destination in Orange County.
Leland Little Auctioneers is nestled between a highway and the country forest, not far from the town of Hillsborough.
People – visitors to Orange County and residents alike – are fascinated with the idea of visiting homes not their own.
The great cities of the world have at least one distinguishing quality, without which they would cease to be truly great.
Orange County is composed of people from different walks of life, different races, nationalities, religions, and abilities.
While UNC is still one of the best colleges in the country, for families with young children, this area now has another side to it very much worth exploring.
There are just a handful of great film festivals in America and one of them is right here in Chapel Hill.
The genius of Eric Hallman and the Piedmont Food Processing Center (PFPC) can be understood through paraphrasing the poet W. H. Auden.
North Carolina is a state that revels in its culture, but few towns provide the quirky frisson of Carrboro!
The French term en plein air means “out of doors.”
In Chapel Hill, we are surrounded by stars of all kinds, but the most important, by far, are our teachers.
Sera Cuni has mojo.
New Developments in Chapel Hill
The Manager of Orange County is a woman named Bonnie Hammersley.
Growing up in a small town, or even in a small neighborhood of a larger one, there was often a “corner store.”
The Carrboro Music Festival was started in 1998 by a handful of dedicated volunteers who felt certain they could pull off a local music festival with little more than hope and a dream.