Owner Zach Ward announced on Wednesday morning that Chapel Hill’s DSI Comedy Theater will shut down permanently on August 28.
Ward had promised to have a transition plan in place on July 10 following allegations of sexual misconduct and discrimination from former employees.
While most students feel accomplished to get a summer internship or make an A in a class, one of their peers has been running a company since he was 16 years old.
Fleming Fuller began working at local bar "He's Not Here," while he was a student at UNC checking IDs. After moving up the ranks as a barback and bartender, he's now served as the home of the Blue Cup's general manager for six years. Summer Editor Rachel Jones talked to him about the history behind the bar and how it keeps its doors open in the summer.
Carolina Ale House's Chapel Hill location closed yesterday after a year and a half of business on Franklin Street.
Katherine Goldfaden, the Director of Marketing at the restaurant’s parent company LM Restaurants, Inc., said the Chapel Hill location did not meet the expectations the company had forecasted. Goldfaden said there had been a 10-year lease on the property, and it was a well-thought out decision to close the restaurant.
Chemistry professor Joe DeSimone is currently on leave from UNC to act as CEO at the company he co-founded, Carbon. Carbon uses Continuous Liquid Interface Production technology that DeSimone helped create to improve 3-D printing.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper announced April as N.C. Beer Month in an effort to promote local business.
A local destination that provides relaxation for busy Chapel Hillians has reopened.
Harsh weather Monday night caused trouble for Tar Heel fans looking to watch the game outside at screenings hosted by different venues around Chapel Hill.
Daniel Austin was working as a server at Carolina Coffee Shop when a couple came in and asked to sit at a specific table by the window. When he asked why, they said it was their 35th wedding anniversary.
As the Tar Heels make their second consecutive run to the NCAA Tournament’s Final Four, students and fans have brought their traditions and superstitions to bars and restaurants on Franklin Street.
Rosemary Street will be full of food trucks selling all types of cuisine on Sunday.
UNC fans rushed Franklin Street after the UNC men’s basketball team’s win over Duke Saturday night. Along with their Carolina blue apparel and loud, cheering voices, they brought plenty of business to restaurants and bars along the street.
YesterYears Brewery, a family-owned brewery in Carrboro, needs $28,000 to cover unpaid rent since November. Recently, UNC graduate student Katie Stember started a fundraiser to save it.
Lotsa Stone Fired Pizza, the restaurant taking over Jasmin Mediterranean Bistro's old location at the corner of North Columbia and Franklin streets, is looking to open in mid-to-late April.
Many students have helped raise money for UNC student organizations through benefit nights at a restaurant or bar on Franklin Street.
Zell’s Underground Daiquiri Bar has opened just in time for Mardi Gras. The New Orleans-themed bar officially opened at 157 E. Rosemary Street about two weeks ago. It is the first bar in Chapel Hill to primarily sell daiquiris.
Chapel Hill’s nightlife gained new variety in January with the opening of Zell’s Underground Daiquiri Bar at 157 E. Rosemary St.
One Fish Two Fish Poke Joint is bringing Hawaiian cuisine to Carrboro this March, replacing the former Tom+Chee restaurant at 300 East Main St.
Wegmans will be bringing a new grocery store to the Triangle soon.
It only takes a quick stroll to Franklin Street for Chapel Hill residents and University students to find snacks at CVS or Walgreens to stock up on for the week.
When Nick Stroud decided to open a bar, he wanted to create a speak-easy that mirrored the atmosphere of the Prohibition era, but lacked the exclusivity of speak-easies from the past.
Local coffee shops poured over the implications of President Donald Trump’s executive orders, joining a national fundraiser for the American Civil Liberties Union.
At 5:30 p.m. today, La Residence will be open for dinner after months of construction due to a fire that occurred in June 2016.
The living wage rate, which is the minimum wage that Chapel-Hill Carrboro City Schools pays their full-time employees, has been proposed to increase to $13.16 per hour.