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Sutton’s Drug Store: The best lunch bargain in Chapel Hill

Sutton’s Drug Store has been a UNC staple for almost a century. With the slogan, “Feeding Chapel Hill since 1923,” this old-fashioned diner is a favorite among the UNC community because of the warm environment and low prices.  No individual item at Sutton’s is more than $8. If you’re ...


Monterrey: Best Mexican Food in Chapel Hill

If you’re looking for great Mexican food with a friendly staff and fast, sanitary service, Monterrey Mexican Grill is the restaurant for you.  With three locations throughout the Triangle in Chapel Hill, Carrboro and Durham, Monterrey is the go-to for Chapel Hill residents when they’re craving ...


UNC Student artist discovers her culture by living in another one

“I think it’s important to share my art because I want people to know that it doesn’t have to mean anything. My art doesn't necessarily have to represent something and be life changing and world changing. I just think it’s nice to have a pretty image show up on your feed, and a lot of the art I see is not Indian art, so I also want to be somebody that exposes people around me to an Indian style of art.”  Meet the UNC student blending her personality with traditional Indian art techniques to create a unique style.

Photo: Lillian Chason Scholarship and fund honor former student’s memory (Vanessa Voight)

10 years later, Eric Chason releases memoir to remember daughter Lillian

In the 28 days that former UNC student Lillian Chason spent in the hospital battling the H1N1 flu, her father kept a journal. He planned to tell her all about it once she got better. Now, 10 years after Chason's death, her father has adapted that journal into a memoir with stories of her childhood, which he will read at Flyleaf Books on Jan. 29.

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