Shrimp Cookoff to Support Outer Banks Dolphin Research This Sunday

Eating shrimp for a good cause. Could there possibly be a better plan of action than that? The 10th Annual Shrimp Cookoff is this coming Sunday, November 3 at Ocean Boulevard in Kitty Hawk.  The good cause? The Outer Banks Center for Dolphin Research. The Outer Banks Center for Dolphin Research has been gathering data … Continue reading Shrimp Cookoff to Support Outer Banks Dolphin Research This Sunday

New World Record Glide Distance Set at 5th Annual BrewTag

Beer, evidently can fly. Or glide at least. That’s what we discovered today at the 5th Annual BrewTag in Nags Head. Maybe the winds were just right; maybe the contestants are finally figuring out how to build a glider that will fly a small keg of beer (empty, or course). Perhaps the sheer number of … Continue reading New World Record Glide Distance Set at 5th Annual BrewTag

BrewTag Wraps Up Two Weeks of Amazing Outer Banks Festivals

The flying kegs of BrewTag this coming Saturday seem like the perfect end to a week great food and wonderful music. Be sure to check it out this Saturday at the Event Site in Nags Head. BrewTag, a production of the folks at Kitty Hawk Kites, attempts to prove conclusively that if humans can fly, … Continue reading BrewTag Wraps Up Two Weeks of Amazing Outer Banks Festivals

Outer Banks Seafood Festival and Mustang Rock & Roast – So Much to Do, So Little Time

We admit it. With the Outer Banks Seafood Festival and Mustang Rock & Roast happening this weekend, we have a real dilemma on our hands.  Actually, it’s just Saturday that is causing all the angst. Do we go to the Seafood Festival at the Nags Head Event Site with amazing food, a wonderful family atmosphere … Continue reading Outer Banks Seafood Festival and Mustang Rock & Roast – So Much to Do, So Little Time

Fire Destroys the Original Cotton Gin

The original Cotton Gin on the Currituck Mainland has been so much a part of Outer Banks life that it’s hard to imagine what it will be like without it. After Saturday’s blaze the left only charred remains of the store, we’ll have to face that reality. We don’t know yet what caused it or … Continue reading Fire Destroys the Original Cotton Gin

Works on Paper at Glenn Eure’s Ghost Fleet Gallery Will Challenge Artists

Here’s something different to do on the Outer Banks this week. Or if not this week, there’s the rest of the month to check it out. The 2019 Invitational Exhibition Works on Paper at Glenn Eure’s Ghost Fleet Gallery in nags Head, offers a little seen glimpse into the creative process of artists.  Sponsored by … Continue reading Works on Paper at Glenn Eure’s Ghost Fleet Gallery Will Challenge Artists

Duck Jazz Festival Coming October 12 & 13

It’s never too early to start thinking about the Duck jazz Festival.  Yes it’s free, so there’s no need to buy tickets, but if there is one Outer Banks music festival to check out the Duck Jazz Festival Held Columbus Day Weekend every year, the man events are on Sunday beginning at 11:00 a.m. and … Continue reading Duck Jazz Festival Coming October 12 & 13

For The Lost Colony Third Time Is Truly the Charm

For the The Lost Colony Grand Tasting third time’s the charm evidently, although we have to admit the first two times were awfully nice. But the Saturday wine tasting at the the SoundStage Theater certainly seemed like the best yet. Maybe it was the weather, with that gently breeze blowing off Croatan Sound; or the … Continue reading For The Lost Colony Third Time Is Truly the Charm