Holidays are over. Calendar flips to January. Resolutions abound. No more pizza for breakfast. Beer is not a food group. Do better. Be better.
Songwriter and frequent OBX visitor Jamie Trent is celebrating extra big this holiday season: His song, “Bullet Holes in the Sky,” co-written with Nashville-based Mary Gauthier, was named No. 11 on Esquire Magazine’s Best Country songs of 2018.
“Heard anything good lately?”
During the holidays, we all tend to get wrapped up in our family and friends. That’s never a bad thing. Spending time with your loved ones; taking the time and effort to pick out the perfect gift for those special folks in your life; shopping; eating; maybe a road trip to visit those not on …
The Outer Banks is home to a host of quaint and unique shops — and not-to-be-missed restaurants — which is a great reason to shop local. This holiday season, business owner have decked their halls in festive fashion hoping not only to spread some good cheer but also to encourage people to sp…
Donna Morgan Hollowell, owner of Deja New — a charming cottage-style shop in the Dunes Shops in Kitty Hawk — says her purpose in life is to artfully affect lives.
In 1718, Blackbeard the pirate met his final fate at Ocracoke Island.
Fine wines, craft beer, live music, food from some of the best restaurants on the Outer Banks, and all of this enjoyed while taking in an expansive view of the Roanoke and Pamlico sounds. What better way to enjoy a fall Saturday afternoon?
Some call it a lifestyle — days lived in accord with the sea, the tide, the wind.
Acclaimed director Akira Kurosawa once says, “For me, filmmaking combines everything. That’s the reason I’ve made cinema my life’s work. In films, painting and literature, theatre and music come together. But a film is still a film.”
Swimmers and beachgoers on the Outer Banks are in good hands, as evidenced by the results of the U.S. Lifesaving Association National Lifeguard Championships, which took place Aug. 8-11 in Virginia Beach.
There’s no shortage of free fun to be had in this quaint community, from live music to special events designed to enhance the Duck experience.
Where’s Waldo? Have you looked in Duck or Manteo?
The approximately 100 Banker Colonial Spanish Mustangs that roam freely on the northern-most reaches of Currituck County are, by far, one of the most popular attractions on the Outer Banks.
The Island of Ocracoke is only a ferry ride away — during which there's always a chance that you will spot a pod of dolphin while on the high seas.
Located in the Buccaneer’s Walk plaza in Kitty Hawk, My Little Sunshine is every parent and grandparent’s dream shop. The children’s boutique — steps away from The Children’s Museum — offers new and gently-used children’s clothing (sizes NB — 7/8), baby gear, toys, books and more at affordab…
In 1968, when Dare County’s population was less than a quarter of what it is today, Joe and Ann Lamb rented a little office and opened up shop as Joe Lamb Jr. & Associates. Coming from Elizabeth City, the couple, who had a real estate background, chose to invest in the beach where they s…
There’s an old saying that goes, “everybody loves a parade.”
Outer Banks storytelling traditions and digital technology have joined together in Coastal Voices: Linking Generations, a collaborative project that has transformed access to interviews with Hatteras and Ocracoke residents.