A Sense of Duty
In the wake of this summer’s session of the North Carolina Legislature, voters across the state are expressing their dismay at the actions of the ne...
End of Summer Ideas
Okay, parents, summer ain’t over ‘til the fat lady sings…or at least until that school bell rings…
Mountains and ocean coasts, all within reach.
In North Carolina, we appreciate this blessing.
Could Caesar Eat Peanuts?
I recently had the chance to read through several months of Scientific American® magazine, one on a study conducted by the Henry Ford Hospital in Det...
Dr. Tina Lepage
Parenting Page: Potty Training
It isn't uncommon for day cares to have a rule that to enter the 3-year-old classroom the child must be potty trained.
The Art of Potential
To Forty and Beyond! The New Age of Awesomeness
So here we are. No longer babies of the world, we are now the adults of it. How did this happen?!
Apologize Sincerely, My Mom Told Me
Apologize, my mom told me. When you hurt somebody’s feelings, she said, apologize, even if they misunderstood or even if you didn’t mean it the wa...
The Caterpillar Effect
Last week my wife and I were in St. Martin and went to a butterfly farm where I learned something new.
A Kid's View
3,024,000 seconds. 50,400 minutes. 840 hours. 35 days. 5 weeks.
A Look at the Upcoming Chapel Hill Town Council Race
With filing for the 2013 municipal elections closed, the field for Chapel Hill’s Town Council election is set. Let's break them down.
Pay-For-Play: Has Johnny Manziel Saved the Game?
There should never be a pay-for-play system. But players should be able to make money in school. And yes, that contradiction will make sense soon.
On The Hunt
On The Hunt, with Greg Barbera
After perusing the Carrboro Farmers Market, I left with sixty cents change on a $5 bill.
The Merch and Custom T-Shirts
Whether its 60 or 90 degrees, there's one article of clothing that crosses seasons and is mandatory for every body. The tee shirt.
Julius Chambers — Gratitude and Memories
The death of Charlotte civil rights lawyer Julius Chambers gives us the opportunity and the responsibility to reflect upon his importance as a public ...
Something is Rotten in the Province of Alberta
The oil sands in Alberta are pretty much what they sound like, oil mixed with sand and a variety of other impurities.
Bernie Reeves: In Defense of DG Martin
DG made a mistake and deserves criticism. But I fear the Right is in danger of engaging in the same tactics as the Left when they resort to hyperbole.
I do not handle stressors as well as I should. There, I said it.
Dr. Tina Lepage
Parenting Page: Bad Daddy!
This incident is a wonderful example of how some of what seem like the most frustrating moments of parenting can evolve into the best memories.
To the N&O: Enough is Enough
In Dan Kane’s recent article on Jan Boxill’s role in the Faculty Executive Committee Report , he states Boxill “watered down the report.”
The Fashion Plate
Fit To Flatter
Discovering the perfect dress style for your body can be a challenge. Determining your body type is the first step.