With the help of hunger relief program PORCH, local children are planting seeds of hope — one book at a time.
Many people struggle with social anxiety — even half-man, half-squirrel hybrids named Chester.
It’s hard to make a living as an artist. But Meghan and Duncan Morgan are making it a little bit easier for local Carrboro artists and vendors by starting The Bazaar, a craft market that meets six times a year for 50 to 70 artists to display their work.
Hinton James and I were an unlikely match — when applying for first-year housing, it was my last choice.
Growing up in Pennsylvania and North Carolina, Tiffany Turner depended on free and reduced lunches for her meals until she was 15.dir
Since 2005, Carrboro has lent its ear to the poets of the West End Poetry Festival.
Inspired by the many shrines of South America, Danny Cameron brought a little bit of his travels back to his craft store, Cameron's, in Carrboro — and The Shrine Room was born.
To evoke thought, create questions and reflect its surroundings.
It’s a picturesque scene of a tree, sitting idly in a green field with tiny farm houses in the background — while the sky of gold has turned into streaks of golden heaven that contrast with the blue sky below it.
Recently, Facebook has decided to intervene in painful break ups by introducing its new feature called “WATCH THEM BURN.” With this satirical, not real feature published by the Huffington Post, Facebook promised to create fake news stories, statuses and pictures of an ex's “downgrade." The posts focus on making an ex look especially bad, and the user look good. It’s the ultimate way of showing who is the loser in the break up. In the spirit of good humor, staff writer Maggie Mouat asked UNC students what they thought about the "new feature."