Learn Art at the CAM

1 hour ago

Georgia Mastroeini is the director youth and family education at the Cameron Art Museum (CAM).  She joined us, along with instructor Sara Richter, to talk about opportunities for youth and adults to learn art skills and art history at the Museum.

Symbols

9 hours ago

Commentator Gwenyfar Rohler loves the classics, reading, and managing an independent bookstore in Downtown Wilmington. 

David Sweat, one of two convicted murderers whose escape June 6 from a New York prison sparked a statewide manhunt, is in critical condition after being shot Sunday by a state police sergeant.

Sgt. Jay Cook spotted Sweat walking down a rural road near the town of Constable, N.Y., near the border with Canada, and ordered him to stop. When Sweat tried to flee, Cook shot him twice, authorities said.

"The nightmare is finally over," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at a Sunday news conference.

In honor of Independence Day, WHQR is hosting a patriotic special! A timely one-hour special, hosted by NPR's Scott Simon, that tells stories of American democracy at the local level. We listen in as people wrestle with issues alongside -- and in opposition to -- their neighbors. Segments in Upstate New York, North Carolina, Texas, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Alaska.

Field Day for Hams! Learn about Amateur Radio

Jun 27, 2015

The first thing Bill Morine wants you to know about "Amateur Radio" is the meaning of the word amateur.  While it's often used nowadays to mean unskilled, amateur in this context simply means unpaid.

New Guardians at Airlie from Dumay Gorham

Jun 25, 2015

Dumay Gorham, III has been working with Metal for over 15 years.  You'll find his work all over town: the Seahawk at the front of UNCW, the Sundial in the Butterfly Garden at Ft. Fisher, and the Sea Serpent at the Arboretum are some notable examples.  While he does most of his work for individual clients, he just opened his first solo exhibit in 8 years:  Guardians of the Garden at Airlie Gardens.  The show includes 12 new pieces plus 2 pieces he created a few years ago. 

On the next CoastLine: As Independence Day approaches, StarNews reporter and columnist Ben Steelman and Thalian Hall director Tony Rivenbark peer into Wilmington's past with stories of the Bellamy Mansion, the Battleship North Carolina and many more. 

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President Obama, commenting on the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling today to uphold a key provision of his signature health care law, said after numerous challenges, the Affordable Care Act has been "woven into the fabric of America" and "is here to stay."

Emerging Voices: Learning Language Abroad

Jun 25, 2015

“Have you eaten yet?”  Sounds like an unusual greeting, but Emerging Voices Commentator Julie Davidson discovered this is the normal greeting in Southern China.  Julie also says traveling abroad to study languages is not as difficult as many young people may think.

Julie is an early graduate of Hoggard High School.  She just left for Malaysia to be a youth Ambassador through the Kennedy-Lugar Yes-Abroad program.  When she returns in a year, she hopes to study at UNC.

Julie's text, including edits due to time constraints:

"We the People" from the Sea Notes

Jun 24, 2015

The Sea Note Choral Society has been singing for our region for 41 years.  That's quite an accomplishment, especially considering the performances are free of charge and the seats are filled every time.   This year, the Sea Notes have become the resident chorus for the Odell Williamson Auditorium on the campus of Brunswick Community College; the 1,500 seat capacity ensures folks won't be turned away from attendance (at least for a while). 

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Far From The Madding Crowd

Monday-Wednesday, June 29-July 1, 7PM and Wednesday, July 1, 4 PM

NPR

Prologue

Prologue

"The Idea of Love" by Patti Callahan Henry

In the MC Erny Gallery

In the MC Erny Gallery: "Pieced Together"

Work by Elizabeth Singletary and Robert Salemme. Closing Reception: Friday, June 26, 6-9 pm. Regular Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri 10am - 4 pm.

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