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But first, coffee: five Wilmington coffee shops to satisfy your caffeine cravings

Rachel Logan, Copy Editor September 29, 2017

When discussing coffee shops, Starbucks is always quick to come to mind. Starbucks is probably the most well-known of all coffee shops in the United States, and with over twenty thousand locations worldwide,...

Food fanatics: a look into UNCW’s chapter of Spoon University

Austin Suther, Contributing Writer September 21, 2017

With restaurants in Wilmington as plentiful as sand in a desert, it is no wonder the UNC Wilmington branch of Spoon University has taken off. UNCW’s chapter of Spoon University – which started in...

Seahawk snack: mac and cheese

Seahawk snack: mac and cheese

Chantai Thomas, Lifestyles Editor September 6, 2017

Start to Finish: 30 minutes Servings: 8 Difficulty level: Low Effort required: Medium Price point: Low Good for: munchies, comfort, carb-loading, lazy Saturdays Ingredients 3 cups...

Hibachi Bistro, photographed above, is one of the places listed as a great stop for hungry students.

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives: Wilmington’s best eats as told by UNCW students

Kyle Kissinger, Assistant Lifestyles Editor August 17, 2017

Whether you are an incoming freshman, transfer student, or have already spent some time in the Wilmington area and simply looking for a new favorite place to eat -- look no further! The following list...

Find Your One True Sandwich at Landwich

Landwich is somewhat of a hidden treasure on the UNC Wilmington campus. First opened in 2011, it isn’t an obvious dining option like Wag or Hawk’s Nest—in fact, it’s downright plain from the outside....

Locals only (and a few lucky ones)

Dustin Brown| Contributing Writer November 23, 2015

Stars: 4.5/51895 Burnett Blvd, Wilmington, NC 28401(910) 762-1799Entrée Prices: $5.00-$10.00; CASH ONLYReservations: No; Seat yourself; first come, first servedNoise: Conversation FriendlyOther: Additional...

Vegetarian and vegan diets are rapidly increasing in the United States

Vegetarian and vegan diets are rapidly increasing in popularity across the United States. Decreasing the amount of meat consumed is also becoming a prevalent trend for those trying to lose weight or create...

Organic, local, and family-friendly: Café Zola officially opens in Pomegranate Books

By Miriam Himes, Opinion Editor March 5, 2015

Pomegranate Books hosted a grand opening of their new in-house coffee shop, Café Zola, this past weekend. While the coffee shop has been open for roughly a month, the co-owners of the café, Kathleen...

“Food for Thought” tackles food insecurity

University of North Carolina Wilmington faculty presented “Food for Thought”, discussing a variety of topics from childhood obesity and food insecurity in the United States to industrial expansion,...

Momma Rock’s Dessert Truck Sweetens On-Campus Dining Options

Momma Rock’s Dessert Truck Sweetens On-Campus Dining Options

Michelle Rock, known as “Momma Rock”, brought her popular Kure Beach dessert business to the campus of University of North Carolina Wilmington at the beginning of the spring semester.Several traditional...

Beloved Wilmington Bookstore Owner Opens New Coffee Shop

Miriam Himes, Opinion Editor January 13, 2015

Pomegranate Books, a local bookstore and Wilmington gem, recently opened a café to stimulate business and to expand.  Owner Kathleen Jewell opened this family-owned and local bookstore ten years ago....

A dream realized for local restaurant owner

James Laporta | Contributing Writer September 30, 2014

Peruvian food was foreign to me—I had certainly entered unfamiliar territory. Julian Herrera, the owner of The Golden Chicken restaurant, assured me I was in good hands as I sat down at the corner table...

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