By Jennette’s Pier Mike Preziotti arrives before sunrise when it’s still calm at the oceanfront — no fishermen, beachcombers or surfers just yet. For the past decade, “Mike P.” has kept busy as head security guard, a role that suits
By Scott Sechman | Correspondent Upon my arrival on the Outer Banks, one of the coolest things I discovered was the Mustang Outreach Program, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that teaches our local kids the joys and benefits of playing music.
From National Park Service Outer Banks Forever, the official nonprofit partner of the three Outer Banks’ national parks, has helped fund the first designated kayak launch at Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Located at the south end of the Oregon Inlet
Four-day event returns to the Outer Banks By Daryl Law/Correspondent The Surfalorus Film Festival, presented by North Carolina Aquariums, returns this Sept. 22-25 for its 10th year on the Outer Banks. Surfalorus brings a stacked lineup of films including the
The 12th annual Outer Banks Shrimp Cook-Off returns this November By Jessica Taylor|Correspondent Although the days are getting shorter and the weather cooler, fall on the Outer Banks is an exciting time, especially for the Outer Banks Center for Dolphin