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The Giblem Lodge at 720 Princess St.
The Historic Wilmington Foundation honors Preservation Month with slate of new projects
Abigail Celoria, Contributing Writer • July 11, 2021
There are five, each reflecting this central goal in order to preserve and highlight elements of the community history that deserve its support.
The artist Dare Coulter shakes hands with Chancellor Sartarelli in front of her piece, "Because It
Dare Coulter discusses the significance of UNCW's new sculpture
Kiley Woods, Contributing Writer • July 7, 2021

On Friday, June 18, UNCW celebrated the unveiling of a new sculpture which will greet students who return for the coming fall semester.     This...

Movers load a truck.
A guide to on-campus and off-campus housing for UNCW students
Emma Smith, Contributing Writer • May 17, 2021

Living on your own or with a couple of roommates for the first time can be an exciting stage for some students. Having the ability to self-sustain...

Image of the Azalea Queen from 2014.
The Azalea Festival marks 74 years of community celebration
Kiley Woods, Contributing Writer • April 20, 2021

To celebrate the beginning of spring, the blooming flowers and new life, pastel colors from women’s formal dresses and flowers flowed through...

Cinnaholic is located in the Mayfaire Town Center.
"The ultimate indulgence": Cinnamon roll bakery Cinnaholic opens in Mayfaire
Meredith Stogner, Contributing Writer • April 12, 2021
The bakery features decadent cinnamon rolls, as well as edible cookie dough, brownies and cookies. These delectable treats are served warm and delicious, and everything is 100% vegan.
A picture of foil reliefs created by students of GLOW Academy in the "Just Us" program in the Cameron Art Museum.
"Just Us" resiliency program designed to promote Wilmington youth expression
Cierra Noffke, Culture Editor • April 9, 2021
“Just Us” is a pilot program designed to give youth a space and medium to feel safe and to build resiliency in the face of trauma or injustice. Kimberley Cheatham—the outreach coordinator for UNC-Wilmington’s Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion—formulated the program in response to the Black Lives Matter movement.  
Growing a green thumb: Get started on spring gardening with Wilmington
Growing a green thumb: Get started on spring gardening with Wilmington's best garden centers and nurseries
Hannah McDonnell, Staff Writer • April 6, 2021

Springtime is officially here and for some that means that it is time to gardening again. For those of us that love plants but have limited gardening...

A view of the Wilmington riverwalk.
Wilmington's path to funding small businesses and preventing more business closures
Kiley Woods, Contributing Writer • April 5, 2021

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, many small businesses have struggled to keep their doors open. Each day, businesses lost customers and...

Artwork on Second Street in Wilmington.
Wilmington and the arts: One business owner’s fight to keep murals in Wilmington
Kiley Woods, Contributing Writer • March 23, 2021

  For the most part, Wilmington murals are diminished onto basement walls, brick buildings and stairwells where passersby walk...

Exterior view of Cameron Hall.
Swain Center highlights women with International Women’s Day series
Kylie Woods, Contributing Writer • March 16, 2021

In honor of International Women’s day, the Swain Center at the UNC-Wilmington put together a series of virtual workshops highlighting...

Photo by Skyler Bentley
11 of Wilmington’s best coffee shops
Cierra Noffke, Culture Editor • February 24, 2021
One of the cornerstones of Wilmington’s appeal are its coffee shops, and new ones seemingly spring up every year. Navigating the scape can be overwhelming, so we’ve  rounded up some of Wilmington’s finest coffee places, accounting for the overall vibe, the indoor space and the variety and quality of the menu.
A photo display of the famous lunch counter sit-in in Greensboro North Carolina. DuSable Museum of African American History museum, on August 26, 2015, prepares a new exhibit, "Freedom, Resistance and the Journey Toward Equality," at the Chicago museum.
Arts Council of Wilmington and New Hanover County to begin fundraising for Major General Joseph McNeil Statue
Kiley Woods, Contributing Writer • February 12, 2021

This article was updated on Feb. 13 2021 to include a link to the donation fund started by the Arts Council of Wilmington and New Hanover County. On...

He was a weak man. The sort who needed to crush a woman in order to feel powerful. -John Mark Green

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A pandemic within a pandemic: domestic violence
Hannah McDonnell, Staff Writer • February 3, 2021

For many, home is a place of love, warmth and comfort where you have support and a break from the business of the real world. But for millions...

23 films you can watch with your free Kanopy subscription
23 films you can watch with your free Kanopy subscription
Brenna Flanagan, Editor-in-Chief • January 16, 2021

If you did not know—UNCW provides students with free access to the film library of Kanopy, an educational streaming service. The library is...

Downtown Wilmington, N.C.
Wilmington’s film industry makes a comeback after COVID-19 lockdown
Kiley Woods, Contributing Writer • January 14, 2021

Beginning in the early 1980s, Wilmington became a go-to location for many film productions—ranging from horror to crime to romance. At the...

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