Sometimes it’s the craftsman who saves the craft.
On Sept.13-14, Hatteras Island will celebrate in true Outer Banks-style with food, music, and community at the annual Day at the Docks event. It kicks off in the heart of Hatteras Village with activities for all ages at Willis Boat Landing, Oden’s Dock, and Hatteras Harbor Marina.
Everyone on the beach knows the healing benefits of salt. We all go to the beach to get our salt water therapy, but Outer Banks Salt Cave — located at the Ocean Plaza shopping center at milepost 3.5 in Kitty Hawk — is showing us a new form of salt therapy with their healing salt caves.
According to the 2010 US Census, Hatteras Island has a population of just over 4,300 people. While visitors to the island come for the small town feel and unspoiled beauty of the beaches, it’s easy to miss just how small the year round local population is. Despite the hustle and bustle of th…
It is one of the Outer Banks’ newest events celebrating some of its oldest history. Welcome to The Lost Colony Wine & Culinary Festival, taking place on Friday-Sunday, Sept. 27-29, on Roanoke Island.
The feeling of flying — being eye-level with the gulls, falcons and the myriad migrating birds that soar through the skies above the Outer Banks — is at the core of what keeps Jonny Thompson taking people soaring into the skies above the Outer Banks.
At sunrise — from May 1 to Sept. 1 of each year — a team of Network for Endangered Sea Turtles (N.E.S.T.) volunteers are out looking for sea turtle nests patrol 50 miles of beach between South Nags Head and the Virginia border.
Village Yoga has been a hub for health-based tourism on the Outer Banks since 2013. Located in the waterfront shops in Duck, they have a beloved following made up of locals and vacationers alike. But what really sets this yoga studio apart is the owner’s vision for social entrepreneurship. T…
Two hundred and forty-three years after Jefferson, Adams, Franklin and their merry band of revolutionaries gathered in Philadelphia to tell the British Empire, “Bye Felicia,” we celebrate our nation’s birthday and the great American experiment.
In addition to hoses, ladders, breathing apparatus, flashlights and wrenches, Dare County firefighters will have one other piece of equipment at their disposal: resuscitation kits for pets.
Since moving to the Outer Banks 12 years ago, I have found this community to have abundant opportunities for people to contribute to environmental conservation. I have been familiar with volunteering since college, and some of my most memorable experiences have been through volunteer opportunities.
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One of the more enduring weekly events available to visitors and residents during the summer months on the Outer Banks is the Whalehead Wednesday’s Wine & Beer tastings.
What Makes a Banker Horse special?
If you plan to trail Stacey Falciano, it’s best to wear loose-fitting clothes and comfortable shoes. Standing still is not an option.
Since opening on Colington Island in 2017, the owners of Higher Grounds Coffee & Ice Cream — Ryan Jorgensen, Traci Jones-Jorgensen, and Kristi Jones — have celebrated holidays with their customers, including a free Easter Egg Hunt.
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 …