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Russell Palmer commemorates Charlie Daniels

Charlie Daniels’ First Paying Gig Was in Gulf

By Chatham Magazine | July 8, 2020

Charlie Daniels is best known for a song about going down to Georgia, but his own trip into musical history traces to Gulf, a town just outside Goldston

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Meet the Woman Who is Changing the Business Wear Industry

By Chatham Mag Intern | June 17, 2020

Lysandra Weber‘s clothing line, geekchicfashion, caters to the modern woman who wants to feel comfortable and confident, while also showing off her personality. Lysandra Weber worked in a corporate marketing department for 12 years before she got fed up with searching in vain for office clothes that were both flattering […]

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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill celebrates the graduation of more than 6,000 students at the annual Spring Commencement on May 12, 2019, at Kenan Memorial Stadium. Interim chancellor Kevin M. Guskiewicz presided over the ceremony. Carolina alumnus Jonathan Reckford delivered the keynote address.

Senior Send-off Gallery

By Marie Muir | May 13, 2020
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All the World’s a Stage

By Chatham Magazine | February 27, 2020

by Matt White  | Photography by Beth Mann Odin Withrow, 12, was taking individual music lessons at the Sweet Bee Theater last summer when he saw that tryouts were approaching for the Pittsboro Youth Theater (PYT) production of “Mary Poppins.” He’d never been in a play and, as a homeschooled student, didn’t […]

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5 Best Bets for this Weekend

By Chatham Magazine | March 12, 2020

Compiled by Iyana Jones-Reese     Dining for Dollars – Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. – Pittsboro Elementary PTA hosts a fundraising event at Carolina Brewery. Five percent of all sales made will go to Pittsboro Elementary. Moncure Lions Fish and Chicken Fry – Saturday, 3 p.m. to 7 […]

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The View From The Upside Down

By Chatham Magazine | December 12, 2019

As one of the top high school recruits in the nation at his peculiar position, Northwood High School’s Jake Mann has a different perspective. Jake Mann is one of the best long snappers in the country. He can fire a football between his legs with almost perfect accuracy, but here’s […]

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Come On Over

By Chatham Magazine | December 4, 2019

  The Chatham YMCA’s Red Rover fitness truck delivers mobile workouts By Hannah Lee | Photography by HuthPhoto When it comes to getting in shape, one of our readers’ favorite spots to exercise is the Chatham YMCA in Pittsboro, recognized in our Best of Chatham poll both this year and in […]

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Home For The Holidays

By Chatham Magazine | November 26, 2019

R&B singer Deja Belle has found personal harmony with a family move to Pittsboro When we asked local singer/songwriter Deja Belle for a list of holiday songs that reflect her music and her influences, she picked a list of eclectic tunes by a wide range of African American artists, from Sarah Vaughan […]

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Treats at Southern Supreme

10+ Phrases & Places You Must Know Before You Call Yourself a Local

By Heather Johnson | October 21, 2019

Aunt Bee’s House When she died in 1989, Frances Bavier funneled most of her $700,000 estate into an annuity that, to this day, pays out a yearly Christmas bonus to every Siler City police officer. But her true legacy began gestating not long after she was laid to rest at […]

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5 Best Bets for Your Weekend

By Madison Nance | January 24, 2019

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