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Zachary Pfrimmer as Gaston explaining to his adoring fans the nuances of hunting. 0

Beauty & the Beast at RIFP

Our imaginations can take us on wonderful journeys and the performance of Beauty and the Beast by the University of Greensboro Student Opera Company took the audience on a trip to a land of...

Brindley Beach Corolla office in flames, Friday, June 12, 2015. 1

Brindley Beach Phoenix Rising

Everyone handles disaster differently. For Doug Brindley, President of Brindley Beach Vacations, when the company’s Corolla offices burned to the ground on June 12, the way forward was to accept what happened, figure out how...

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New Settlement for Bonner Bridge

RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT), NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) have finalized a settlement agreement with Defenders of Wildlife and the...

And they're off! Competitors begin running the 2015 Storm the Beach. Photo, Kip Tabb 0

Storm the Beach=Family Fun

A mile or so into Storm the Beach, as Team Phillips of Lewes, Delaware, scrambled over another obstacle, Mom (Karen) Phillips commented, “It’s a good family activity.” Seeing her later in the race, she...

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Heated Comments at KDH Meeting

At the last public hearing on the Kill Devil Hills 2015-16 budget before a vote is taken on June 24, emotions ran high as some residents questioned the fairness of the formula the commissioners...

Life-sized blue whale kite flying. In the foreground is Bob Lauder's quad line American flag kite. 0

Kites Fly at Rogallo Festival

If third time is the charm, the 33rd Annual Kitty Hawk Kites Rogallo Kite Festival must be charmed indeed. A celebration of kite flying and the many types of kites there are to fly,...

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OBX Brewfest

OBX Brewfest note to self: alcohol and coherent writing do not mix. Which is unfortunate. Someone mentioned that there were 54 brewers lined up in the tents and all of them had at least...

Hands linked at noon in Nags Head for Hands Across the Sand. Photo, Kip Tabb. 2

Hands Link Against Offshore Oil/Gas

As Outer Banks opposition to offshore drilling grows stronger and more focused, local activities are focussing on ways to raise public awareness of the possibility that oil and gas exploration could be a part...