Our Coast

  • Group to Honor Etheridge, Life-Saving Crew

    The Pea Island Preservation Society is set to present “Freedmen, Surfmen, Heroes: The Unique Story of Richard Etheridge and the Pea Island Life-Savers,” Saturday on Roanoke Island and in Duck.

  • Festival to Celebrate Waterfowl, Seafood

    The inaugural Hatteras Village Waterfowl Festival set for later this month is to be a celebration of Hatteras water birds that also showcases local seafood, decoy collectors and bird carvers.

  • Retired Outer Banks Historian Tells His Story

    Doug Stover, who recently retired from his position as cultural historian with Cape Hatteras National Seashore, is now a consultant for the United Nations reviewing protection of world heritage sites.

  • New Year’s Food for Good Luck

    Our Liz Biro takes a look back at her “Our Coast’s Food” recipes and presents an entire menu of good luck dishes for New Year’s Day.

  • Our Coast’s Food: Christmas Sausage Balls

    Our Liz Biro writes that when it comes to holiday nibbles in North Carolina, nothing beats sausage balls — mini-meatball morsels of pork and cheddar cheese — but proper preparation is key.

  • Waterfowl Weekend Set, Despite Damage

    The destruction wrought by Hurricane Florence on the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center is not getting in the way of Waterfowl Weekend. The annual celebration kicks off Friday, as planned.

  • Decoy Carvers Guild to Host 31st Festival

    Harkers Island School will be filled Saturday and Sunday to the brim with vendors, carvers, artisans and more during the 31st annual Core Sound Decoy Festival, which celebrates waterfowl carving heritage.

  • Our Coast’s Food: Mac and Cheese

    Liz Biro explains why you should add a baked macaroni and cheese, served at many southern tables during Thanksgiving, to your holiday dinner table.