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Pasture to Plate

By Catherine Kozak Recycling is being taken to a whole new level at the Outer Banks Brewing Station, where – for the first time ever – the latest fresh Angus beef on the menu...

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Musical Perfection at DCAC

When the Dare County Arts Council moved into the old County Courthouse, the hope was it would be come a centerpiece for downtown Manteo. That hope has been realized. The latest evidence of that...

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What a Way to Celebrate Christmas

For 27 years the Outer Banks Hotline Festival of Trees has been a part of the local celebration of the holidays. Held for the past few years at the Outer Banks Brewing Station in...

Outer Banks Visitors Bureau launching their Wright Flyer. The glider seemed to be in flight longer than any other, although it did not qualify by distance. Standing on the edge to the left is Allison Wyant. Pushing the tail is Aaron Tuell, Amy Wood to his right and Bruce Weaver of Kitty Hawk Kites. 2

BrewTag-Can Beer Fly?

  BrewTag—a festival of flight, beer or just a good time on a beautiful day? A difficult question to answer because it was all of the above. Posing the ageless question, if mankind can...

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...

Billboard that Not the Answer NC placed on US 64. 0

OBX Group Organizes Against Offshore Drilling

As opposition to proposed offshore drilling for oil or natural gas solidifies, Outer Banks organizations are taking taking steps to have their voices heard. At an organizing meeting held by Not the Answer NC...

BOEM map showing lease areas in blocks and areas considered most likely to yield petroleum resources. 0

OBX-Strong Showing at Norfolk Oil/Gas Lease Meet

  With the announcement that the Federal Government was opening the offshore waters of North Carolina to oil and gas exploration, concerns—and fears—about the environmental impacts oil or gas wells could have, have boiled...

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Children Playing at the Festival of Trees

Article and photos by Kip Tabb –   “Fabulous. This is just fabulous,” Lynn Bryant, Executive Director of Outer Banks Hotline is saying. She’s surveying the huge party tent holding the 26th Annual Festival...