Category: Blog

Holiday Events You Don’t Want to Miss in the Cape Fear

Written by Hayley Swinson It’s that time of year again: the weather’s cooling off, decorative lights are up, Jingle Bells is playing on loop at the mall. Luckily the holiday events and celebrations kickoff early, with several events in late…

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Cape Fear Cocktail Hour

Apline Sauzerac from 1900 Restaurant & Lounge Cocktail hour this week features a delicious Fall concoction from Jimmy Smith, bar manager at 1900 Restaurant & Lounge. It features Quinn’s whiskey from North Carolina’s Great Wagon Road Distilling, based in Charlotte. 2…

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Diary of a Contraband

“Diary of a Contraband: The Civil War Passage of a Black Sailor” Lecture by William B. Gould IV at the Bellamy Mansion Museum On November 13,the Bellamy Mansion Museum will host William B. Gould IV, a Charles A. Beardsley Professor…

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Who Will Write Our History

“Who Will Write Our History”, the groundbreaking film chronicling life in the Warsaw Ghetto that is being presented Sunday, 7 pm, November 4 on the Main Stage of the Thalian Hall Center for Performing Arts.Those purchasing VIP tickets at $50…

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Year of Shifts

Last fall, I was asked to write blogs for Cape Fear Living Magazine. I approached blogging with excitement, but also anxiety, as I opened up about myself and the lives of my friends. This opportunity gave me the chance to…

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The Shift in Proximity

Written by Randy Evans of Walking Tall Wilmington Proximity can be a funny thing. It can be good, like proximity to friends and family; it can be bad, like swimming with sharks. The dictionary says proximity is “nearness in space,…

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The Shift in Perception

Written by Randy Evans of Walking Tall Wilmington Sometimes I become complacent with how I perceive my friends experiencing poverty. Because we spend so much time with them, it is easy to become comfortable and perceive they will always be…

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The Shift in Certainty

Written by Randy Evans I tend to meet a lot of new people on a regular basis, especially at our meals on the Riverfront. I see a lot of people come and go, which can make it difficult to build…

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The Shift in Communication

Written by Randy Evans It’s really interesting how many ways communication can take form. Communication is the primary way we build relationships with each other, whether it be through face to face conversations, mailing a letter, sending an email, text,…

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