Wilmington, NC – Today in the Cafe: George Scheibner sits in for Jemila Ericson as he talks with Jerald Shynett, faculty member at UNCW's Department of Music. He's a long-time member of Chuck Owen & the Jazz Surge and has been nominated for a Grammy for best instrumental arrangement with the song "Slings and Arrows."
For more information visit: Chuck Owen & the Jazz Surge.
Wilmington, NC – Today in the Cafe: Jemila Ericson talks with Linda Lytvinenko, executive director of Cape Fear Literacy, and Nini Rogan, active volunteer in both the film industry and literacy council, about a video competition entitled Lights, Camera… Literacy. It's scheduled to be part of the upcoming gala for their 25th anniversary on Mar. 6.
Wilmington, NC – Today in the Cafe: Jemila Ericson talks with Richard M. Trask, author of A Telling Experience. It has been described as "an illustration of life as anecdote, showing how a bunch of little nothings add up to something." He has a reading and book signing at Pomegranate Books on Sat., Jan. 23, at 3pm.
Wilmington, NC – Today in the Cafe: Jemila Ericson talks with Paige Owens, librarian and memoirist, about a memoir writing group called Memory Catchers that meets once a month at the Northeast Library, 1241 Military Cutoff Rd, (910) 679-4319. Their next meeting is scheduled for Thurs., Jan. 21, at 12:30pm.
Wilmington, NC – Today in the Cafe: Jemila Ericson talks with Ron McCord, of the Scottish Society of Wilmington, about the Robert Burns Supper and Celebration this Sat., Jan. 16 at 6:30pm at the Country Club of Landfall.
For more information visit: Scottish Society of Wilmington .