Culture & History

  • Interfaith Group Addresses Climate Change

    Interfaith Power and Light, a nonprofit organization represented in 40 states, including North Carolina, and Washington, D.C., has become a leading nationwide faith-based player in the climate change debate.

  • Day at the Docks Celebrates Coastal Culture

    A celebration of community, heritage and living traditions of the waterman with seafood, live music and tributes is how organizers describe the annual Day at the Docks event set for this weekend in Hatteras Village.

  • Conservation Effort Spares Ecology, History

    The N.C. Coastal Land Trust has borrowed $4.85 million and purchased for conservation nearly 1,000 acres in Bertie County, an ecologically significant site that may be where survivors from the Lost Colony settled after leaving Roanoke Island.

  • The Failed Attempt to Reopen Roanoke Inlet

    Many inlets have formed and filled in along the Outer Banks since the Sir Walter Raleigh’s colonists arrived, but the long-closed Roanoke Inlet was once so important efforts were made to reopen it.

  • Taste of Core Sound To Serve Up History

    Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center on Harkers Island is incorporating this year’s 25th anniversary celebration with the annual Taste of Core Sound Summer Edition, a fundraising dinner and a program, set for Friday.

  • Wild Caught Festival Celebrates Tradition

    Wild Caught local seafood and music festival set for Aug. 18 and Aug. 19 in Down East Carteret County’s Gloucester celebrates locally grown and caught food and area musicians.

  • Documentary to Focus on The Hammocks

    The nonprofit Friends of The Hammocks and Bear Island and UNC-TV are teaming up to produce a documentary on the history of the area near Swansboro and seeking help from those who remember.