Year: 2016

Glamping: Sisters On The Fly

Glamping, camping and having fun is what Sue Luke and Erin Dail love to do in their vintage trailers, a 1968 Shasta Compact and a 1970 Play Mor. As members of the national women’s group, Sisters on the Fly (SOTF), they fulfill the motto of “Having More Fun Than Anyone” by collecting vintage items to …

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Fall Gardening

By Kara Holland It’s New Year’s Eve and you find yourself in the grocery store trying to find everything for that traditional southern New Year’s Eve meal. As you look around you notice that they are sold out of the black-eyed peas and collard greens, two staple dinner items! Once again, you are reminded that luck …

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A Victorian All Hallows’ Eve

CHATHAM magazine presents our first collaborative style piece. We hope you enjoy this photoblog and that you have a safe and Happy Halloween! Staging & Design: An Acquired Style Photography: Martha Manning Photography Featured Dish: Angelina’s Kitchen Greek Salad of Mixed lettuce, feta, kalamata olives, Screech Owl cucumbers and tomatoes, and hand prepared dolma. Angelina also features her …

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Pumpkin Farm

Huckleberry Trail Farm: A working farm with a mission

In it’s literal definition, a huckleberry is: huck·le·ber·ry/ˈhəkəlˌberē/ Noun: A small, round, edible blue-black berry related to the blueberry. The low-growing North American shrub (genus Gaylussacia) of the heath family that bears this fruit. At Huckleberry Trail Farm near Siler City, there’s a second definition that owner Bob Reichel, aka “Uncle Bob”, prefers to use. A huckleberry also means: …

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Small Museum is Finally Here!

Photography by Jessica Key of NOIR Photo. Folk art lovers will get a new venue this fall when doors open at The Small Museum of Folk Art in historic downtown Pittsboro, NC! Over the last two years, Dave Clark and Lisa Piper, owners of Small B&B Cafe, have worked with a group of dedicated volunteers …

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Pittsboro Bicycles

Pittsboro Bicycles

Photography and article by Hillary Graves Photography Just around back of the Historic Chatham Mills is Pittsboro Bicycles. Owner Eddie Hatcher has more than a decade of experience in bike shops. He can help you with any and all of your questions if you’re in the market for a new bike. He knows all too well that …

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Garden Oasis in Northeast Chatham – The Stafford Family

Greg and Paula Stafford share their lovely gardens with us. Greg refers to it as Paul’s Garden Palace. And wouldn’t you agree it’s a she-shed with a purpose? If you would like to nominate a garden to be featured in CHATHAM magazine, please contact us as http://chathammagazineonline.com/contact-us/ Thanks to Greg and Paula for these photos! …

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Allen & Son and Stubbs & Son BBQ – A Southern Family Tradition

Story by: John Wells Photos by: Martha Manning One of the really wonderful things about good food is that it can be imbued with a sense of history, of community, and of family. For Jimmy Stubbs and his wife Lori Golden, this has certainly been the case over the years as they’ve owned and operated …

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