Geneva Reid and Terry Richman came to WHQR to tell us all about the Adult Scholars Leadership Program 2013, offered by Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNCW. For more information, or to register for the 6-day course in February, visit UNCW.edu/adultscholars, or call 910-962-2258.
There is room for only 32 participants and the deadline to register is February 8, so don’t hesitate!
Last week electronic sweepstakes machines were officially considered illegal in North Carolina. But according to Wilmington officials, there are still a number of establishments operating machines throughout the city and it’s only a matter of time before code and law enforcement step in.
Justin Smith of Cape Fear Theatre Arts & City Stage told us all about Monty Python’s Spamalot, a hilarious musical version of the film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. It’s on the mainstage of Thalian Hall. There are only three shows left and tickets are going fast! Call 632-2285 or go online to ThalianHall.com to get your ticket.
The long-debated fate of downtown Wilmington's Water Street parking deck will stretch out another week. On Tuesday, the city council approved $670,000 to repair the parking garage but the vote failed a second reading, which means it will have to be voted on again at next week's city council meeting.
A resolution to spend the money to repair and continue generating revenue from the city-owned deck, located on Water Street between Grace and Chestnut, was on the table.