Robert Roskind, owner of Oasis at Carr Mill, performs his one-man play which focused on his years in the hippie counterculture.

Oasis owner performs about his life as a hippie

The dimly-lit, around-100-square feet space was filled to capacity, containing around 20 people sitting on oversized couches, chairs and intimate tables.


Carr Mill Mall

Carr Mill Mall is a shopping center located in Carrboro. It is home to local favorites like Weaver Street Market and Elmo’s Diner. The mall stands on the location that used to house a mill owned by the Carr family, whom Carrboro is named after.

The mill was opened in 1898 by Thomas Lloyd. In 1975, the Carrboro Board of Aldermen decided to renovate the property. Carr Mill Mall officially opened its doors in 1977.

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