Putt-Putt for a Good Cause at Professor Hacker’s

Professor Hacker offers Chance to Rid World of Polio Saturday, May 12…a great opportunity to putt-putt for a good cause. Professor Hacker’s Lost Treasure Golf—which is a really cool miniature golf course in Kill Devil Hills—is teaming up with four local Rotary Clubs Currituck Wild Goose, First Flight, Kitty Hawk and Manteo for a Pirate … Continue reading Putt-Putt for a Good Cause at Professor Hacker’s

Great Music on Tap at 7th Annual Spring Mustang Music Jam

Mustang Spring Jam Highlights Spring Outer Banks Music It’s a little under a month to go before the 7th Annual Mustang Music Spring Jam on Sunday, May 20. As aways, the spring jam is held at Mike Dianna’s Grill Room in Corolla. Mike has a great touch with his shows—always manages to bring in some … Continue reading Great Music on Tap at 7th Annual Spring Mustang Music Jam

Tshombe Selby-An Outstanding Afternoon of Music

An Afternoon Treat in Southern Shores Tshombe Selby is a man who is going places. After being treated to an afternoon performance at All Saint Episcopal Church in Southern Shores, there can be no doubt that this is an artist who is going to make a name for himself. And he’s local. Well, not local … Continue reading Tshombe Selby-An Outstanding Afternoon of Music

Local Vocalist Tshombe Selby to Perform in Southern Shores

Tshombe Selby is one of those local lad makes good stories that makes everyone feel good. Born and raised in Manteo, Tshombe dreamed of a career singing classical music. With a powerful yet beautiful tenor voice and a stage filling presence, it only seemed natural that at some point he would be successful. The journey … Continue reading Local Vocalist Tshombe Selby to Perform in Southern Shores

Work on Wright Memorial Bridge to End Soon

All Lanes to Be Open Before Peak Season The Wright Memorial Bridge has been in NCDOT news lately. The immediate news is that the work on the eastbound bridge—inbound—will be finished on schedule or maybe even a bit earlier than scheduled. The scheduled reopening for the bridge is May 14. The bridge has been closed … Continue reading Work on Wright Memorial Bridge to End Soon

New State Record for Bluefin Tuna

Record Catch Landed on Last Day of Trophy Season Caught on the last day of 2018 of the North Carolina bluefin tuna trophy season, there is a new state record for the largest of the tuna family. Weighing in at 877 pounds the tuna was landed on March 17—that’s St. Patrick’s Day. It does take … Continue reading New State Record for Bluefin Tuna

Blackbeard Exhibit Coming to Hatteras, Flag Flies from Ferries

300th Anniversary of Pirate’s Death Commemorated by State November 22, 1718—the day Blackbeard the Pirate met his just desserts as Lieutenant Robert Maynard of the British Royal Navy trapped him off Ocracoke and took his head…literally. To commemorate the event, the NCDOT Ferry Division will be flying Blackbeard’s flag from ferries sailing to and from … Continue reading Blackbeard Exhibit Coming to Hatteras, Flag Flies from Ferries

30 Years and 39 Books for Melvin and Tate

Tate’s Nature Series Celebrates 30 Years Between James Melvin and Suzanne Tate Suzanne Tate and James Melvin have been working together on Suzanne Tate’s Nature Series of children’s books for 30 years. That’s a pretty amazing accomplishment, and tonight their collaboration was celebrated at the Dare County Arts Council Gallery Part of the first First … Continue reading 30 Years and 39 Books for Melvin and Tate

Spring Weather Brings Wonderful Beach Day

Warm Sand and Spring Weather Comes to the Outer Banks Walking along the Kitty Hawk beach, on a perfect spring day is the perfect way to remember how special the Outer Banks really is. The water is still pretty cold, and the few people who were getting in it had on wet suits, but that didn’t … Continue reading Spring Weather Brings Wonderful Beach Day