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  • Wilmington Faith and Values

    Amanda Greene posts for Wilmington Faith and Values.

     

    Wilmington Faith and Values is devoted to belief news written from a journalistic perspective about the diverse faiths of the Cape Fear region. WilmingtonFAVS.com is the...

  • Commentator

    Andy Wood, a WHQR commentator since February 1987, is an ecologist and conservation educator with an affinity for ecosystem habitats in and around southeastern North Carolina, and the plants, wildlife, and people they support. A...

  • Commentator

    Annie Gray Johnston is wife, mother, sister, daughter, friend, and general nut. She tries to be a good citizen by doing a few good deeds, knowing that good deeds do not get you into heaven, but not taking any chances either.  A native...

  • Senior Producer/Program Manager; Classical Music Host/Programmer

    Bob has returned to his roots in public radio, hosting music on Classical HQR 92.7 and 102.3 every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8 to noon. He continues programming HQR's weekday classical music service, analyzing programs and available...

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    Gwenyfar Rohler (a/k/a Gwenyfar) is following in her father's footsteps as a writer: she is the author of two books: Your Health is in Your Kitchen and The Promise of Peanuts. She also writes the Live Local. Live Small Column...

  • After growing up in Woodbridge, Virginia, Michelle attended Virginia Tech before moving to Wilmington to complete her Master in Fine Arts from the University of North Carolina in Wilmington. Her reporting and nonfiction writing have been...

  • Commentator

    Nan Graham has deep roots in Alabama and Carolina soil. She graduated from Tuscaloosa High School and attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she graduated with an AB in English. She obtained her Masters degree from The...

  • Commentator

    For the past three years, Peggy Porter has worked as a seasonal temporary employee in the New Hanover County Board of Elections. She is a former high school teacher, with a concentration in U.S. History and Government.

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    Philip Gerard is the author of seven books, eleven documentary scripts, and numerous short stories and essays. He chairs the Department of Creative Writing at UNC Wilmington. For more information about Philip, please

  • All Things Considered Host, CoastLine Host / Producer

    Rachel Lewis Hilburn came to WHQR in the spring of 2011.  After serving as back-up host for Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Classical Music for a year, she was named News Director in July of 2012. 

    She moved to Wilmington...

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