March 20, 2020

AZALEA FESTIVAL RESCHEDULING

First and Foremost: We cannot thank you enough for your support of the 73rd North Carolina Azalea Festival- and also for your patience and understanding as we navigate the cancellation and rescheduling process. We hope you and your loved ones…
January 29, 2020

SZECHUAN 132 CELEBRATES CHINESE NEW YEAR

Wilmington’s own Szechuan 132 celebrated Chinese New Year with a wonderful community-oriented party and buffet this past Tuesday. Chinese New Year is a Chinese festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional Chinese calendar. Chinese New…
August 14, 2019

ONE SHELL OF A GOOD TIME

Interspersed amid glittering shoreline profusions are remnants of life on a much smaller scale. Beneath the sands lie shells that once housed organisms ranging the spectrum’s expanse. From sea snails to conchs, shells come in as many shapes, sizes and…
June 5, 2019

TAKING THE LEAP AT SKYDIVING COASTAL CAROLINAS

Long Beach Road in Southport is an unassuming, treed country highway that stretches from the junction of 133 and 87 all the way to the Intracoastal Waterway, then continues to Fort Caswell under another name. Along this road you’ll find…
June 5, 2019

JARRETT BAY: SPORTFISHING IN STYLE

Many of us in the Cape Fear simply admire passing boats from afar, and some are fortunate enough to have one to call their own. A select few, however, are skilled enough to be part of the Jarrett Bay…
April 23, 2019

EXPLORING CAPE FEAR WATERWAYS

There are few things more invigorating and mysterious than paddling out on cool, glassy waters at the break of dawn. Egrets and herons glide on the salt-infused breeze as they search for their morning nourishment, and the sun peaks over…