Before 2005, no one in North Carolina could sell beer over 6 percent ABV, leaving the entire industry limited across the state. But with the determination of 35 local brewers, the law was changed, leading to a booming brewery industry in North Carolina, specifically Chapel Hill. Here are the stories behind some of your favorite breweries in the Triangle.
The UNC women's gymnastics team is emerging as a competitive force as the sport continues its shift away from traditional routines to more artistic performances.
After graduating, Camarati eventually landed at Duke University where Steve Kirschner, UNC senior associate director of athletics for Communications, found him at an NCAA Men's Golf Championship in 2001. By 2005, UNC Athletics had its first official University photographer.
Atlanta is one of the biggest cities in the South and home to an amazing food scene, a history of civil rights leadership and, of course, one of the greatest rap scenes, if not the best, in the country.
The Chason production, a theater performance coming to Kenan Theatre Company, is much more than just an opportunity for young dramatic arts students to work with a professional director. The Lillian Chason Excellence Fund and the Lillian Chason Scholarship bring a new show each fall in memory of Lillian Chason, an aspiring actress and fine arts student who died at the age of 18, before she could fulfill the leading role in her first-ever production.
It almost feels like UNC athletics has a fear of cultivating a culture that is outside of the commercial persona that its teams have nationally.
Hate being in the pin-drop quiet Davis Library?
I was homesick, still hunting for friends and a fairly good baker. It was bread time.
Some ideas to get your weekend plans going.