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The Outer Banks Restaurant Association announces the appearance of nationally known Chef Michael Smith at the 2014 Taste of the Beach event weekend, running March 13 through 16.
The Dolphins finished last season 27-23 -- an eight-win improvement over 2012. But a 4-3 loss to Lenoir in the 2013 finale kept COA out of the National Junior College Athletic Association Region 10 tournament.
The Dare County Arts Council is hosting The Artist’s Way Workshop Series, a weekly workshop that teaches techniques and exercises to help people gain self-confidence in harnessing their creative talents and skills.
On June 15, 1964: The Tribute will perform at Waterside Theatre. The band has been hailed by critics and fans as the most authentic and endearing Beatles tribute in the world.
Savor the sizzling sounds of the John Brown Trio, friends for nearly 20 years, as they provide an evening of jazz in the fifth performance of the 31st Outer Banks Forum for the Lively Arts Series, Sat., Feb. 22 at 7:30 p.m.
The retreat will be held at Pocosin’s new Riverside Lodge featuring studios on Main Street in Columbia. Overlooking the Scuppernong River, Pocosin Arts features a beautiful backdrop of wetlands and wildlife.
Rosie is a recycler. Several times a week, I stop at the recycling center on Colington Road to drop off my trash and, every now and then, I find treasures in the trash.
Alternative group Wild Cub is scheduled to take the stage Tuesday in New York as musical guest on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The Nashville-based quintet includes drummer John "Dabney" Morris, a 2002 graduate of Manteo High School.
Autumn Chandler, co-host of the morning show on 94.5 WCMS, offers up random thoughts on the station's website. Today, she has 10 unanswered questions from her childhood.
During this season of Christmas celebration, I’m celebrating with oysters. Here’s a Rosie Tip: You can never undercook an oyster, but you can easily ruin an oyster by overcooking, which toughens the oyster and diminishes its flavor.
An opening reception will be held on Dec. 6 from 6 to 8 p.m. and will feature live holiday music on the front steps, holiday treats, hot chocolate and libations.
The Theatre of Dare’s production will involve over 50 community members both on stage and behind the scenes. All roles for the production are open and auditions will be held in early December.