Clyde Edgerton reads from and signs copies of his latest book tonight at 7:30 at Old Books on Front Street. It’s a laugh-out-loud non-fiction work based on his own experiences, called Pappadaddy’s Book for New Fathers.
Today we talked with Justin Smith, Amy Tipton, and Patrick Basquill from City Stage. They told us all about The Great American Trailer Park Musical, set in Armadillo Acres in Stark, Florida. Tickets available at 910-264-2602 or CityStageNC.com There are only six shows left, this weekend and next, Friday through Sunday at 8 pm.
Reid Stowe and Soanya Ahnad tell us about breaking the world record for consecutive days at sea without seeing land. Their boat Anne is currently on the Cape Fear River by the Isabel Holmes Bridge! And Reid’s paintings are on display at The George downtown. To see photos from the amazing journey, go to www.1000days.net
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!
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.