Category: Community

Gunboat – Taking Aim on Wanchese Plant

By Owen Hassell –    After Buddy Davis died last year, no one knew what would happen with Davis Boatworks, but thanks to a high-end catamaran builder, his former facility has a new lease...

Joe Papp in Five Acts

Review by Kip Tabb –    Opening tonight, the first film in Southern Circuit Film Festival sponsored by the Dare County Arts Coucil, Joe Papp in Five Acts is a compelling, fascinating examination of...

Love & Marriage on the Outer Banks

By Cathy Baldwin – Locals aren’t the only ones who love the fall on the Outer Banks. September and October are two of the most popular months to marry here, thanks to the mild...

Fall Fishing on the Outer Banks

By Mattie Dalia –  Cooler weather, less people and great fishing. Shh, don’t tell anybody, but this is the best time of the year for the angler (or anyone else for that matter) to...

The Many Faces of Jay Bowman

By Cathy Baldwin –   Choosing Jay Bowman as a feature for our Fall issue was a no-brainer. He’s a real, honest-to-goodness renaissance man. His three professions are totally and completely unrelated, but wildly...

Architectural rendering of the new CSI Meeting and Classroom facility. Courtesty of Coastal Studies Institute

An Idea Looking for a Home

By Kip Tabb –    Having a presence on the Outer Banks home since 2003 the Coastal Studies Institute has been an idea looking for a home. Part of the North Carolina university system,...

The Little School House That Can

By Donna Baum –  On the winding road to Colington, an innovative approach to daycare and early childhood education just opened its doors. Felicia and Chris Daniels, owners of the Colington Schoolhouse, feel they...