Midday Interviews

The SilverArts exhibit is up, featuring 492 works of art from local artists aged 50 and over. The exhibit and sale of this art is this weekend, May 20-22: Friday & Saturday from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, Sunday Noon to 4:00 pm at theArtworks at 200 Willard St.


Occasions...Just Write

This week is Flamingo Week at Occasions...Just Write in memory of Jim Mahan, who passed away in 2012. Jim was the husband of Peggy Mahan, the owner of Occasions...Just Write in the Cotton Exchange downtown-and a great fan of flamingos. 

This Weekend: The City Ballet Presents "Cinderella"

May 18, 2016
The City Ballet of Wilmington

The City Ballet presents its final show of the season this weekend, Cinderella.  The City Ballet has performed its season on the Cape Fear Stage at the Cape Fear Humanities and Fine Arts Center at CFCC-Cinderella is also there, but note the name of venue is now The Wilson Center.  

4 More Performances: "A Few Good Men" Explores Status, Moral Responsibility

May 16, 2016

What is right or wrong based your status-particularly in the military? Does status make a difference? Wilmington's newest theatre company, Panache, explores this and more in its latest production, A Few Good Men.

Best-selling southern author Wiley Cash has one of his tales onstage in Wilmington: The Kudzu Queen, adapted by Gwenyfar Rohler.  This dinner theatre show is at Theatre Now on Friday and Saturday nights through June 4th. Gwenyfar and director Beth Swindell joined us in the studio to chat about the writing and directing process, listen above.

The North Carolina Chapter of the US Green Building Council is holding its signature social event on Thursday, May 12 at Bluewater Waterfront Grill in Wrightsville Beach: Climate Change, Sea Level Rise, & Resilient Design.  The buffet dinner, beginning at 6:00 pm,  features a stude


Student Learns Radio Skills At WHQR For Competition

May 10, 2016
Dmitri Maruta

  

Hoggard High School senior Matthew Smith has an interest in radio. He was able to pursue this interest through a club at school that helps students participate in Skills USA, a program that is focused on technical training for students through competition.  Matthew decided to come to WHQR to receive extra training to prepare for the competition.  

Unlocking Silent Histories

Donna DeGennaro, PhD is the founder and director of Unlocking Silent Histories (USH), an organization that provides critical and creative media opportunities for indigenous youth.  The organization, headquartered in Wilmington, NC, is being featured at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, DC in partnership with the Maya Traditions Foundation in September.  Listen to DeGennaro speak about the organization below.

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