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The Kidzu Children’s Museum taught Chapel Hill children how to brighten their smiles Saturday to get the kids and their families excited about smiling bright at the museum’s grand opening later in March.
The Carrboro Board of Alderman decided Thursday not to move forward with the original proposal for the Carrboro Arts and Innovation Center.
Cat’s Cradle owner Frank Heath walked out of a public hearing on the proposed Arts and Innovation Center Tuesday night after expressing his frustration.
Business leaders and residents have voiced a mix of excitement and hesitation regarding a proposal to build an Arts and Innovation Center in Carrboro.
The echoes of children laughing and learning once heard in University Square will now live on in University Mall.
Orange County is looking to pick up tax revenues it’s been missing out on.
The leaves might not be red enough, but both Carrboro and Chapel Hill’s Farmers’ Markets are ready to celebrate fall.
After 41 years in business, the Roses store at University Mall is shutting its doors for good.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article misidentified the owner of The Franklin Hotel. The hotel is owned by Wintergreen Hospitality, which also submitted the proposal for the housing development that would be located behind the Franklin Hotel. The Daily Tar Heel apologizes for the error.
Three businesses are making University Mall their new home as progress continues on the redevelopment of University Square.
Franklin Street gets a new burger place
TO THE EDITOR:
Kidzu Children’s Museum is planning to open a new location in the Wallace Deck by 2016.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article was titled, “Kidzu move prompts parking deck evaluation.” The evaluation is happening to maintain the parking deck, not because Kidzu plans to relocate there. The headline has been amended to reflect this change.
Robots, flowers, soccer balls and even a zombie evolved from tiny pieces of tile into colorful mosaics Wednesday as child refugees from Burma gathered to make art.