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Fun and uproariously funny, “Booksmart” strikingly follows the same formula as “Superbad” except reframed for overachieving girls. It’s set during the latter high school days of a nebbish … more
Chatham@Work with Lindsay Ray, clerk to the Chatham County Board of Commissioners and assistant to the County Manager more
The “John Wick” series carries the patina of a neo-film noir, but its real roots lie in westerns. It’s fitting, then, that as “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum” allows the violent … more
Nutrition is always important, but even more imporant as we age. That’s the message from Chatham County’s Council on Aging. This week, we speak with Melanie Girard, the COA’s Development & … more
In a job she describes as sometimes feeling like a contest of “whack-a-mole,” Alyssa Byrd serves as president of Chatham Economic Development Corporation. She leads operations for the … more
There’s an entire subset of Seth Rogen’s film canon in which he plays schlubs who find themselves in romantic relationships with attractive women beyond their station. It began with … more
The economic disparities in different regions of Chatham County are well-documented. On May 15, “One Chatham” — a community conversation about the issue and a look at ways to bridge the … more
ABOUT AARON HALL: Raleigh native Aaron Hall now calls Pittsboro home. He produces “Taj Talk” and hosts the Chatham County Round Up on WCHL radio and works as president of TaJ Media Productions. … more
CHaTham ch@t | Susan hardy, Chatham county council on aging Chatham County has one of the fastest-growing aging populations in North Carolina. That’s creating an entire population of children … more
Growth and development in Pittsboro and northern Chatham may get the bulk of the attention in Chatham County, but what about Siler City? Town Planner Jack Meadows will testify — by virtue of stacks … more
Eight upperclass artists from Jordan-Matthews High School in Siler have flown to NYC for five daysto explore the city and gain new perspectives that will influence their work. JMArts has partnered with the Chatham News + Record  to get trip diary updates next week from the program's ace correspondents. Thanks to Chip and Rose Pate for sharing photographs and working with these students. more
There’s one good reason to see “Little”: Marsai Martin. The “Black-ish” star becomes the youngest person to earn a Hollywood producing credit for conceiving this inverse … more
Chanel Hart D’Aprix is an Oklahoma transplant who ended up graduating from UNC-Chapel Hill. She’s been a Realtor for 12 years, including the last two with Domicile Realty in Chatham County. more
There’s a scene in “Shazam!” when the crimson-clad hero and his nemesis scamper across a giant piano mat while barreling through a toy store. It’s an apt … more
PITTSBORO — The Chatham County Health Department, in partnership with the Chatham Health Alliance, released the 2018 Chatham County Community Assessment last week, a document designed to inform … more
If you haven’t been to the NC Arts Incubator in Siler City lately, then you’re missing out. This week, we talk about the NCAI with its Virginia-born artist-turned-arts-administrator, April … more
PITTSBORO — Chatham County’s 2nd Annual Spring Agricultural Festival brought a large number of visitors to the Chatham County Agriculture and Conference Center Saturday. Beautiful weather … more
Terrance Ross is Chatham County’s best-known barista. A native of Queens, New York, he’s worked at Buzz Café at Chatham Marketplace for about three years and at Sweet Bee Café for the last six months. Ross is well-studied: he’s taken classes from the Art Institute of Washington, Durham Tech and Harvard’s online college. He lives in Chatham County with his cat, Eek. more
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