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The Tar Heels took on the Game Cocks in the Belk College Kick Off in Charlotte, NC on Saturday, August 31, 2019. UNC beat the University of South Carolina 24-20. 
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Football versus USC

The Tar Heels took on the Game Cocks in the Belk College Kick Off in Charlotte, NC on Saturday, August 31, 2019. UNC beat the University of South Carolina 24-20. 


UNC women's soccer took on the Duke Blue Devils at home on Sunday August 25, 2019. UNC lead the game offensively and won 2-0. 
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UNC Women's Soccer vs. Duke

UNC women's soccer took on the Duke Blue Devils at home on Sunday August 25, 2019. UNC lead the game offensively and won 2-0. 


The 2019 NCRLA Chef Showdown was held in Chapel Hill on Monday July 22, 2019. Pictures show Thomas Card, executive chef at 21C Counting House, and Nicole Lourie, pastry chef at 21C Counting House, preparing their dishes for the judges of the competition.
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2019 NCRLA Chef Showdown

The 2019 NCRLA Chef Showdown was held in Chapel Hill on Monday July 22, 2019. Pictures show Thomas Card, executive chef at 21C Counting House, and Nicole Lourie, pastry chef at 21C Counting House, preparing their dishes for the judges of the competition.


The Aces, an all girl band from Provo, Utah, performed a sold out show in Cat's Cradle's Back Room on Sunday, February 24, 2019. The Aces have an infectious energy that lit up the entire venue. During the show Cristal Ramirez, the band's lead singer asked one of the fans in the crowd to say "Carrboro" for her so she would not mess up the pronunciation. During their song "Volcanic Love" fans held up hand made flowers over their phone flashlights and swayed along with the song. The Aces' sold out show was filled up with fans of all ages and the band made an effort to make every member of the audience a part of the show. 
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The Aces, a four-part girlband, play sold out show at the Cat's Cradle

The Aces, an all girl band from Provo, Utah, performed a sold out show in Cat's Cradle's Back Room on Sunday, February 24, 2019. The Aces have an infectious energy that lit up the entire venue. During the show Cristal Ramirez, the band's lead singer asked one of the fans in the crowd to say "Carrboro" for her so she would not mess up the pronunciation. During their song "Volcanic Love" fans held up hand made flowers over their phone flashlights and swayed along with the song. The Aces' sold out show was filled up with fans of all ages and the band made an effort to make every member of the audience a part of the show. 

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