Reports Indicate Mid Currituck Bridge Project Moving Forward

40 Years Since Project Was First Discussed If recent reports are accurate, the Mid Currituck Bridge may be back on track. The long-planned but always delayed project is seen as the best alternative to reduce weekend traffic woes during the Outer Banks summer season. The project was first envisioned in 1978, but NCDOT planning for … Continue reading Reports Indicate Mid Currituck Bridge Project Moving Forward

Surf & Sound Series-World Class Music for the Outer Banks

A Tradition of World Class Music For the past four years the the Surf and Sound Series has been a part of the Outer Banks August scene that to the Bryan Cultural Series. We have to hope it becomes a summer  tradition that becomes a part of local life. Bringing five world-class classical musicians to … Continue reading Surf & Sound Series-World Class Music for the Outer Banks

Fall on the Outer Banks-An Event for Everyone

Fall is the best time to be on the Outer Banks. Summer is wonderful, but when fall arrives the magic happens. The days are still warm but the summer heat has backed off a bit; ocean water temperature is very manageable and there aren’t quite as many people here as the summer, but still enough that … Continue reading Fall on the Outer Banks-An Event for Everyone

Bryan Cultural Series Brings Quintet to Outer Banks for Free Concert

World-Renowned Musicians Will Perform Four Free Concerts The Bryan Cultural Series is one of the local organizations that helps to make the Outer Banks such a special place to live and visit. This is the week for the Fourth Annual Surf and Sounds Chamber Music Series. Bringing five musicians with well-deserved international reputations to the … Continue reading Bryan Cultural Series Brings Quintet to Outer Banks for Free Concert

Perfect Beach Days on the Outer Banks

We have had a series of perfect beach days here on the Outer Banks, and today was no exception. And, the good news is, there doesn’t seem to be anything out there that will change that for the next three or four days. What constitutes a perfect day for the beach? First—there has to be … Continue reading Perfect Beach Days on the Outer Banks

New World Festival of the Arts This Week in Manteo

A Wonderful Reason to Check out a Picturesque Downtown The 37th Annual New World Festival of the Arts is Wednesday and Thursday this week and if ever there was a great excuse to stroll along the Manteo waterfront this is it. Featuring over 75 exhibitors from up and down the East Coast as well as … Continue reading New World Festival of the Arts This Week in Manteo

Jockey’s Ridge State Park-An Outer Banks Hidden Gem

Discover the Unexpected at Jockey’s Ridge State Park There are, throughout the Outer Banks unexpected finds–a hidden gem, if you will. Places that may be a bit more difficult to get to, but getting there is worth every bit of the effort. Jockey’s Ridge State Park in Nags Head is one of those places. There … Continue reading Jockey’s Ridge State Park-An Outer Banks Hidden Gem

Village Table and Tavern Opens in Town of Duck

After 6 Months the Doors Are Open It seems like Village Table and Tavern in Duck has been under construction forever—but at long last it’s open! For visitors who have been driving up to Corolla, that’s the building that’s been under construction at the Nor’Banks Sailing Center since February. Was it worth the wait? A … Continue reading Village Table and Tavern Opens in Town of Duck