The latest from Livingston.
By Nan Graham
Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button to hear Nan's commentary.
Nan Graham is a lecturer in Honors English at UNCW and a life-long Southerner.
A few helpful hints in planting the newest addition to your yard.
By Barbara Sullivan
Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button to hear Barbara's commentary.
Barbara Sullivan is a lawyer who lives and gardens in downtown Wilmington.
The full moons of February and March herald the return of a very different kind of animal to the Cape Fear River.
By Andy Wood
Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button to hear Andy's commentary.
Andy Wood is Education Director for Audubon North Carolina.
A jobless recovery?
By Dennis Henderson
Wilmington NC – [Click the Listen button to hear Dennis' commentary.]
Jobless recovery - if I had a dollar for each time I?ve heard this phrase in recent months, my own economic fortune would be well in hand.
Today John looks cool and hip for an unusual reason
By John Ormond
Wilmington,NC – Click the Listen button to hear John's commentary
John Ormond is a counselor with a general practice out at Lumina Station
Wilmington Symphony audiences have heard it, but Steven wants you to know the man behind the instrument
By Steven Errante
Wilmington,NC – Click the Listen button to hear Steven's commentary
Steven Errante conducts the Wilmington Symphony
Becoming a voice for children stuck in the legal system.
By Shirley Hart Berry
Wilmington NC – Click the Listen button to hear Shirley's commentary.
Shirley Hary Berry is a child advocate with the Guardian ad Litem Program.
A brief history of the Documentary film, and the goods on DocuFest Wilmington.
By Ann Berry
Wilmington, NC – On Sunday, March 14th Cinematique and IDA present the second annual Docufest: a celebration of documentary film.
Questioning the relevance of the passion over "The Passion" to broader religious beliefs.
By Paul WIlkes
Wilmington, NC – [Click the Listen button to hear Paul's commentary.]
If I might add my two cents to the current debate over the movie, "The Passion of the Christ."
Let me say from the beginning, I have not seen the movie. And probably will not. Not out of protest. But really out of lack of interest.
Have times really changed that much in terms of what it takes to succeed? Gary recalls the fine example set by a friend.
By Gary Trawick
Wilmington, NC – Click the Listen button to hear Gary's commentary.
Gary Trawick is a North Carolina Superior Court Judge who resides with his family in Burgaw.