It has been one year since the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina, and commentator Andy Wood wonders if we have learned enough from the experience.
By Andy Wood
Wilmington, NC – Andy Wood is education director for Audubon North Carolina.
Commenator and architect Charles Boney turns from buildings to building policy when he speaks about global warming.
By Charles Boney, Jr.
Charles Boney and his family live in historic downtown Wilmington.
Parents, as you're helping with those final summer reading projects and preparing to pack those school lunches, gardening commentator Barbara Sullivan is here to take the terror out of one assignment.
By Barbara Sullivan
Wilmington, NC – Barbara Sullivan lives and gardens in downtown Wilmington.
The Wilmington Children's Museum welcomed a new Executive Director in July. With a few weeks experience under his belt, WHQR's Megan Williams stopped by to learn more about this newcomer's vision for the museum.
By Megan V. Williams
Wilmington is getting an official events calendar. The City Council voted Tuesday night to add the CreativeWilmington calendar to the city's website. WHQR's Megan Williams has more...
Before air conditioning, youngsters had different ways of chillin' out, as commentator Nan Graham explains to granddaughter Caroline.
By Nan Graham
Wilmington, NC – Nan Graham's book In A Magnolia Minute, a collection of WHQR commentaries on life in the south, is available at bookstores.
Never one to turn down a road trip, commentator Ede Baldridge takes a trip down memory lane for one of the most popular roads in this region.
By Ede Baldridge
Wilmington, NC – Ede Baldridge writes about memorable people and places in the southeast.
Commentator Andy Wood was outside looking at a heat-stressed dogwood in his yard when he was called away to look at a spider suspended from the rearview mirror of his son's car.
Commentator Charles Boney looks at changes in the future of architecture.
Wilmington, NC – Charles Boney and his family are happy to live in the historic district of downtown Wilmington.
Vacations are wonderful, but as commentator Barbara Sullivan discovers they also give your garden time to grow over to the dark side.
Wilmington, NC – Barbara Sullivan lives and gardens in historic downtown Wilmington.