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Adoptable Pet of the Week - Daisy

Adoptable Pet of the Week – Daisy

Meet this week’s adoptable pet of the week, Daisy! She was surrendered under circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Daisy is a sweet, mild-mannered senior dog who needs a special human to care for her and, in return, she will gladly cuddle while watching Netflix.

Adoptable Pet of the Week – Sammy

Meet this week’s adoptable pet of the week, Sammy! He was found in the road after a storm and spent three weeks in the shelter fighting a stubborn upper respiratory infection in isolation. Sammy’s health improved dramatically and is now a cuddly and playful cutie. He loves hanging out on the porch, watching birds, and taking naps with humans.

Long before there was a Chatham Magazine, we published Durham Magazine out of a renovated office at 115 N. Duke St. in the Bull City. In 2017, another small business opened in the same spot, the vision of a man who believed in Durham’s future as much as we did. His name was Kong Lee and he called his coffee shop …

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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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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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