Chef Angel Doebler’s recipe takes full advantage of seasonal herbs and hearty vegetables.
Meet the man behind Blurky's Quirky Friends.
Shelli Gates is a talented musician, but she's also an essential worker on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic.
Local percussionist Dan Martier is confronted with the same uncertainty and questions shared by musicians - and people - around the world.
Sheila Davies has become the public face and voice of Dare County’s battle against COVID-19.
Over the years, Jim Lyons has learned to clean a variety of fish, one that’s widened as anglers targeted more bottom dwellers and other species that weren’t, in the past, brought to the docks.
When one thinks of musical legends on the OBX, there are a few names that readily come up. They differ depending on the individual. Which genre of music? What age group? What constitutes a “musical legend”? But ultimately, there’s only a handful worthy of that lofty title.
The world pours into artists and flows out upon canvases. It is etched into metal and formed into bouquets or infused into their mediums of choice. This symbiotic relationship has been occurring since ancient humans painted on cave walls, decorated earthenware vessels, and crafted reed baskets.
Photography to Cyndi Goetcheus Sarfan is a full-body experience. It offers mental challenges, physical exploration, inner healing, and emotional release.
Harry Harrison has been a fixture in the Outer Banks music scene for quite some time. Annually, bringing us his unique take on the classics and, to my mind, some of the most engaging, tuneful, intelligent original songs written in the past 30 years. From his Power Pop compositions to his in-…
With a keen eye and an open heart, North Carolina artist E.M. Corsa chronicles the world around her.
Simple, fresh and local is the beating heart of Sharon Peele Kennedy’s food and advocacy.
Mike Dianna is an integral part of what makes the Outer Banks one of the premier vacation destinations in the country.
“Not a day goes by that I don’t think of what we’ve lost,” Kelley Grider Horton, mother of Ravann Horton and grandmother of Sebastian Lopez, both of whom died in a house fire May 17.
A foal born in late May was named in honor of Sebastian Lopez, a Nags Head Elementary School third grader who died in a house fire May 17 in Kill Devil Hills.
After 40 years of running a successful business, not only does Linda Porter keep finding new ways to serve her clients, she is passionate about helping those just starting their careers.
Seven years ago, Shree Fulcher, local healer and owner of the recently relocated and expanded Ascension Studio, OBX at the old Pit Surf Shop in Kill Devil Hills, woke up in a hospital bed badly beaten.
In 1933, Sam A. Twiford, Sr. — with help from his father, S.W. Twiford — opened the Twiford Funeral Home in a room above the Quinn Furniture Store in Elizabeth City.