Hidden gems in Chapel Hill, Carrboro persevere through a year of slow business


For the past year, Chapel Hill and Carrboro businesses and restaurants have held on tightly to remain open. For some, it wasn’t enough. For others, it’s getting harder. Following a year of instability, rising COVID-19 cases, and questionable behavior on campus, these businesses have persevered. Barry Keith, often called Sid, is the owner of Surplus Sids. (Daily Tar Heel)

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Hidden gems in Chapel Hill, Carrboro persevere through a year of slow business


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