Local
12:30 pm
Tue February 24, 2015

After Sleet and Freezing Rain Move Out, Black Ice Hazards Move In

City of Wilmington crews hit the roads early Tuesday morning to spread salt. Black ice could still be a hazard, though, until midday Wednesday, according to the NWS.
City of Wilmington

Light sleet and freezing drizzle are now blanketing southeastern North Carolina and northeast South Carolina. 

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Severe Weather
11:39 am
Tue February 24, 2015

WHQR at reduced power

Update 3:16 pm: Classical HQR is not back on the air!

Update 3:15 pm: Classical HQR at 96.7 is now off the air. We do not know when it will be back on. You can still stream Classical HQR from the Listen Live button in the upper left corner.

Local
10:48 am
Tue February 24, 2015

Bridges and Overpasses Icing Up; Road Conditions Deteriorating

A garbage truck makes its way down Front Street in downtown Wilmington at 7 AM.
Rachel Lewis Hilburn

As the frozen precipitation continues in the Cape Fear region, more wrecks are being reported.

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Local
5:56 am
Tue February 24, 2015

Snow, Freezing Rain, Sleet an All-Day Event for the Eastern Carolinas

Front Street in Downtown Wilmington, February 24, 2015 at 7 AM
Rachel Lewis Hilburn

Frozen precipitation is falling around southeastern North Carolina. 

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Midday Interviews - 2/23/15
3:53 pm
Mon February 23, 2015

Midday Interview: Dr. John LaCognata on The Wilmington Symphonic Winds

Alexa Doran

Dr. John LaCognata is the director of bands at UNCW and conducts a variety of performances each semester. Recently he became the director/conductor of the new performance group, the Wilmington Symphonic Winds. These performers from our region, including such cities as Myrtle Beach, Jacksonville, and Fayetteville, are in the midst of their first season.

The upcoming performance is on Sunday, March 1st at Kenan Auditorium.

For more information or videos of their work click here

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March 2 - 4 at 7 PM, March 4 at 4 PM
2:58 pm
Mon February 23, 2015

Cinematique Presents "Foxcatcher"

In this chilling true crime drama, featuring career topping performances by Channing Tatum, Steve Carell and Mark Ruffalo, experience the gripping story of Olympic Gold medal-winning wrestler Mark Shultz (Tatum). Living in the shadow of his brother (Ruffalo) Dave's professional wrestling success, Shultz jumps at the chance to train under the auspices of eccentric millionaire John du Pont (Carell). Du Pont, in a desperate attempt to appease his disapproving mother, tries to "train" Shultz and ends up all but annihilating Shultz's spirit, confidence and career.

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Local
2:18 pm
Fri February 20, 2015

Tidal Creek Looks to Open Grocery Store in Greater Downtown Wilmington

The area contained within the red boundary is the portion of greater downtown Wilmington that Tidal Creek Coop is considering for a new location.
Isabelle Shepherd, WHQR

Much of Wilmington’s greater downtown area is a USDA designated food desert. But a local grocery store is looking to change that. 

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Wednesday, February 25 at Noon
10:49 am
Fri February 20, 2015

On the Next CoastLine: Black History Month Special Part 2

On the next CoastLine: Tune in Wednesday, February 25 at noon to continue the discussion of Black History Month. Joining us in-studio:  Todd McFadden, Director of UNCW's Upperman African American Cultural Center and Jamir Jumoke, a community leader who overcame a series of obstacles to become the first college graduate in his family.

The show is a live broadcast. Listeners are invited to call, email, or tweet questions and comments during the show:

Midday Interviews - 2/19/15
10:06 am
Fri February 20, 2015

Midday Interview: "Love Songs" by Techmoja at Theatre NOW

Gina Gambony

  Kevin Lee-Y Green, the artistic director of Techmoja Dance Company, created a humorous and poignant love story by weaving together classic love songs. Kevin visited us, bringing the musical director of the show, Marcus Suber and two performers, Adrienne DeBouse and Terrill Williams. The show runs February 19-22 at Theatre NOW. Tickets available at the theatre or here 

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