NourishNC: One Less Hungry Child

Posted by - March 18, 2018

Written by: David Howell | Photography provided by NourishNC Feeding the Future We live in a prosperous community of beautiful beaches and designer homes… a historic community with a rich and storied past… a close community where you’re likely to see someone you know almost everywhere you go. Wilmington is more than just a historic

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Investors of the Roundtable

Posted by - March 18, 2018

Written by: Kelly E. Johnson | Photography by Danielle Annechiarico Roundtable, a term defined in modern times as a discussion or conference amongst a number of persons. However, in Arthurian legend, the term is of similar meaning, but with an emphasis on the fact that no man takes precedence. Here in Wilmington, North Carolina King Arthur

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Over 20 Years of Smiles at Sandra Miles Family Dentistry

Posted by - February 1, 2018

Written by: Lauren Krouse || Photography by Soriano Photography At the end of a line of neighborly houses on the corner of Market and 16th streets, Sandra Miles Family Dentistry would be easy to mistake for another home if it weren’t for the bright white and blue wooden sign in the yard. Dappled in the shade

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Pilgrimage Across the Cape Fear Region

Posted by - January 16, 2018

Written by: Cedric and LaToya Barrett          It’s December 31st at 11:59 pm and if you are like us the next 60 secs are filled with great elation because the 1-minute countdown has begun to a brand new year offering 365 days of possibilities. Will I finally get the promotion or start the business,

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Unscripted with Dan Beck

Posted by - January 16, 2018

When did you sell your first painting and what was it of? Before I went to art school I was using my GI bill going to a traditional four-year college. I knew I was wasting my time so I tried to take some art classes there but they were pretty lame- pretty typical “do your

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Winter Blues

Posted by - January 16, 2018

Written by Shaina Frank and Caitlin Goddard, MA Counseling Psychology Students – University of Denver Photos by Nathaniel Devin      With the holiday excitement beginning to drift away from our grasp, the winter season is starting to feel a bit less enticing and a little more dreadful. If you are the kind of person

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Christmas Presence

Posted by - December 16, 2017

Written by: Phil Mancuso   It’s Christmas Morning, and all of the preparation is finally over— hopefully, with all of the wrapped presents either resting under the tree or sent off to their proper recipients. In this busy time of the year, something strange happens to me— well, maybe no stranger than usual, but hear

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The BIG 5: George Rountree

Posted by - December 16, 2017

George Rountree III A native of Wilmington, George Rountree served in the North Carolina House of Representatives. He attended the University of Arizona, graduate of 1955, and played on the men’s varsity basketball team. He served as a member of the Board of Trustees of UNCW, has been inducted into the NC Bar Association General

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Walking Tall Together

Posted by - December 16, 2017

Written By: Heather Lee Gordy   Photography by Mark Steelman   I walked towards the picnic tables that rest under the gazebo along the riverfront and instantly saw a community of people connecting and sharing a meal. The weather was warm, the sky bright, and the sound of the river offered calmness. There was conversation, there

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