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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...

Restaurant review: Fork ‘n’ Cork, from food truck to gastro pub

Autumn Rankin | Contributing Writer September 17, 2014

Former Wilmington food truck “The Patty Wagon” has been reborn into one of downtown’s coziest new gastro pubs, “The Fork ‘n’ Cork”. Serving traditional American food and burgers and sporting...

SOAR says: Try 30-day Vegan Pledge

Asia Brown | Contributing Writer April 2, 2014

Through the month of April, Students Organizing for Animal Rights (SOAR) will be hosting a Vegan Pledge program. The program consists of weekly meetings, and the organization will discuss topics of ethics,...

Keep your Thanksgiving traditions alive away from home

Tabitha Shiflett | Staff Writer November 13, 2013

Tabitha Shiflett gives tips for making Thanksgiving special at college. She also provides microwave recipes for delicious Thanksgiving meals that don't require the effort and money that typically go into cooking a turkey in this way.

Sauteed shrimp and avocado taco special with cucumber salad.

Sealevel City Gourmet: vegetarian, gluten-free, fresh

Lindsey Hogan | Contributing Writer September 19, 2013

Sauteed shrimp and avocado taco special with cucumber salad.

Inaugural North Carolina beer month comes to Wilmington

Patrick Wagner | Photography Editor April 13, 2013

 North Carolina kicked off its first North Carolina Beer Month Monday, April 1. The North Carolina Division of Tourism and the North Carolina Brewer's Guild chose April to celebrate over 75 North Carolina...

You are what you eat

Hunter Houtzer | Contributing Writer March 26, 2013

Hypothetically, let's say you eat Cook-Out every Saturday afternoon. It's cheap and, hey, you went to the gym today (or last week sometime). No one will ever know about the cheeseburger with fries.  That...

Not just another party

Lauren Clairmont | Assistant Lifestyles Editor March 23, 2013

Wings from several local eateries, cheap beer and live country music-not to mention a little friendly competition-equal out to a perfect afternoon in Carolina Beach. Or at least, the folks that headed...

Organic food is safer but not more nutritious

Roxy Simons | Staff Writer September 4, 2012

Long before Alicia Silverstone made veganism sexy, organic foods were steadily rising as a popular and healthy trend throughout the United States. After the USDA released national standards for organic...

New sports bar opens on New Center Drive

Gabriel Sutton | Contributing Writer August 27, 2012

If I told you that you could party on the deck of the USS North Carolina while drinking your favorite microbrew, eating delicious food and cheering your favorite team to victory, you'd probably think that...

AraMark Disabled Employees in the Work Place

McLeod Brown | Staff Writer March 4, 2012

Across the dining halls on campus, mentally handicapped employees can be found performing duties and jobs that go along with the protocol of running a successful college eatery. Students often acknowledge...

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