Like any self-respecting guitar-bass-drums power trio, Thorn doesn’t want much, they just want it all.
The Down East Folk Arts Society has announced the first of three performances in the 2019 fall concert series, which runs September through November.
Carolina Artist Gallery is combining efforts with the Morehead City Parks and Recreation Department to provide classes for students in the summer camp program.
On Monday, Aug. 12, an audience will have the opportunity to savor a dinner, enjoy the musings of a humorist and support the grassroots effort behind the hometown production of “Honour, The Musical.”
Each year dastardly pirates take over Beaufort during the Beaufort Pirate Invasion, but the family-friendly event includes more than the main battle.
Join the Beaufort Historical Association from 5-7 p.m. Saturday to welcome artist Mónica Linares for a gallery opening at the Mattie King Davis Art Gallery.
A summer camp activity took off in a big way Wednesday as a group of day camp students got the chance to tour Michael J. Smith Field Airport in Beaufort.
NASA solar system ambassador Lisa Pelletier-Harman gave an “out of this world” presentation Tuesday at the County Public Library as she discussed the Apollo 11 moon landing anniversary and the agency’s plans for the future.
The Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center is once again celebrating the U.S. Coast Guard, and its upcoming 229th birthday, by holding a Coast Guard Reunion Celebration at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2.
In an attempt to raise money for hurricane repairs and building renovations, Carteret Community Theatre will host “The Show Must Go On” Capital Campaign Gala later this month.
As the daughter of a school librarian, Lydia Davis grew up with a love of reading. Her sister sparked her penchant for designing jewelry. Combining these two interests, she decided to create the one thing every well-read book needs – a bookmark.
Bill Ward was exposed to the “shutterbug” virus at an early age. But the stereo viewer he remembers picking up at his grandparents’ house in Hertford is a long way removed from the Nikon 7000 camera he now prefers as an educator and professional photographer.