Shane Fernando

4:54 pm
Fri May 15, 2015

CFCC's Humanities and Fine Arts Center Partnering with DPAC, Carolina Theatre, and Local Arts Venues

artist rendering of CFCC's Humanities and Fine Arts Center
Cape Fear Community College

Cape Fear Community College opens the inaugural season of its Humanities and Fine Arts Center in October with a performance by the North Carolina Symphony. 

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9:36 pm
Wed July 30, 2014

CoastLine: Arts & the Economy - What Will CFCC's Fine Arts Center Mean for Competing Venues?

Arts and the local economy:  will a new performing arts venue, the largest in the region, edge out smaller theater companies in the competition for ticket buyers? 

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9:01 pm
Wed July 30, 2014

CFCC's Performing Arts Center Projected to Keep More Entertainment Dollars in Local Economy

Artist's Illustration of Cape Fear Community College's Humanities and Fine Arts Center. The building is slated to open in 2015.
Cape Fear Community College

Construction of southeastern North Carolina’s newest performing arts venue is well underway in downtown Wilmington.

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Midday Interview -5/20/14
5:31 pm
Fri May 23, 2014

Midday Interview: Shane Fernando and Paul Teal on "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson"

In Constume for Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson
Photo Courtesy of StarNews Media

Cape Fear Theatre Arts at City Stage presents the punk rock musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.  Director Shane Fernando and lead actor Paul Teal explain how a fascinating 19th century story collides with “emo”…and it works!  

Details/tickets: or 910-264-2602

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Friday Feedback
12:05 am
Fri December 2, 2011

Friday Feedback for December 2, 2011

Heliogen galena shortwave radio receiver. Made in Germany, 1935

Listener Paul from Oak Island is not a fan of Diane Rehm. He tweeted:

...sure do wish [Science Friday] was still 2-4pm! . . . thank goodness for podcasts!

And we had a similar message from Ron Cohen, but he prefers that her show

...should be dropped and music substituted. Less irrelevant and purposeless ventilation and more life-affirming music.

Listener Bob wrote what he called his “humble opinions”:

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