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5 Farms and Stands to Visit for Local Strawberries

By Heather Johnson | April 22, 2020

It’s North Carolina’s sweetest season, and that means fresh-picked strawberries. Here’s how you to get your hands on some, safely.

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What a Difference …

By Chatham Magazine | March 25, 2020

Our April/May Women’s Issue went to the printer in one world and arrives this week in another.

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Fuel Up for the Slow Down

By Chatham Magazine | March 16, 2020

Volunteers stuff groceries for classmates.

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The Daily Grind

By Chatham Magazine | March 5, 2020

  Tony Sabbagh grew up in Mooresville, north of Charlotte, wakeboarding and waterskiing on Lake Norman and riding skateboards whenever he could with his friends. “It was the ’80s,” Tony says. “There was Tony Hawk and all that.” By 2003, he’d moved to Chatham as his work as a sales […]

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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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Mountain Biking Chatham Magazine Dec 2019

Ride Every Mountain

By Chatham Magazine | February 19, 2020

Jerel Wilson wants girls and women of every age to discover mountain biking – and watch out for trees Jerel Wilson sees cycling as a perfect way to spend time with her daughters, Sydney, 3, and Anna, 5. By Matt White / Photography by Beth Mann  On a recent afternoon […]

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Literary Legacy

By Chatham Magazine | February 11, 2020

George Moses Horton Day Keeps The Memory of an African American Poet Alive at the School That Bears His Name       Cattia Blake, 11, Amanda Zrubek, 13, Ashlynn Poston, 12, and Yareni Delgadillo Delgado, 11, wrote poems for their school’s annual George Moses Horton Day.   By Matt […]

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Make This Valentine’s Day Super Sweet

By Chatham Magazine | January 29, 2020

Our picks for the sweetest treats, best date nights and fun shopping ideas for the most romantic holiday! “I Now Pronounce You Dead: A Murder Mystery Dinner” Where: Pittsboro Roadhouse When: Thursday, Feb. 13, 7 p.m. Cordelia has spent the last two years planning her wedding, and it’s going to […]

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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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