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Assorted stories from WHQR-FM

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    Maggie Earley is a master quilter who creates vivid works of art. Her exhibit, Quilting Outside the Blocks, will be featured in our MC Erny Gallery for a

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    Zach Hanner visits the WHQR studios to talk with us all about TheatreNOW’s latest show, County Cookin’ with the Good Ol’ Boys. He even played and sang the

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    Amy Kilgore Mangus of Cape Fear Museum of History and Science talks with us about a family-friendly Night at the Museum. More info: capefearmuseum.com

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    Tim Palmer is a professor of film studies at UNCW and an acclaimed author. His latest publication is Directory of World Cinema: France. He’ll host a book

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    Dan Brawley is the director of Cucalorus, Wilmington’s homegrown but internationally known film festival. The festival is held in November, but

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    Father Michael Oleksa (officially Rev. Dr. Michael Oleksa), an Orthodox priest who has lived and served in Alaska for 43 years, will be speaking tonight,

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    Lan Nichols, host of Front Street Blues on WHQR and leader of the band Tommy B and the Stingers, tells us about all the great events coming up next Friday

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    On Friday I visited with Cleve Callison, WHQR’s Station Manager, about his passion for Sacred Harp music. Sacred Harp is a type of shape-note singing that

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    Rachel Lewis-Hilburn talks with director Debbie Skillman and choreographer Bev Veenker about Brunswick Little Theatre’s production of Beauty and the Beast

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    Opera House Theatre Company opens Oklahoma! on the mainstage of Thalian Hall tonight. Director Ray Kennedy and star Nygel Robinson tell us all about the

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    It Takes Two will be a benefit concert held this Saturday night, 8pm at the Hannah Block Historic USO at 2nd and Orange. Young performers from Thalian

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    Pat Marriott talks with director Stephen Raeburn about Big Dawg Production’s staging of Night Mother by Marsha Norman. The show opens on Thursday, August 8

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    David Morrison writes a regular column on disabilities for Star News. He is also a blogger and freelance writer. He joined us today in his role as Vice

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    Christy English, a successful local author who is working on her fifth novel, will be at Old Books on Front Street at 4pm on Sunday. She’ll talk about her

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    Tony Rivenbark is the Executive Director of Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts. His latest brainstorm is a films series called The Shakespeare

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    Tony Rivenbark is the Executive Director of Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts. His latest brainstorm is a films series called The Shakespeare

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    Jason Hess interviews Jason Mott, UNCW graduate and author of The Returned. The novel is the inspiration for an ABC television series entitled

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    Rabbi Robert Waxman, who has served the conservative B’nai Israel Synagogue at 2601 Chestnut Street for over 30 years, tells us about the Jewish High Holy

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    Today I spoke with Norman Bemelmans. He is Director of Cultural Arts at UNCW and a renowned concert pianist. He and Elizabeth Loparits are giving a

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    Danijela Zezelj-Gualdi is a concert violist and violinist who grew up in the former Yugoslavia during the Serbo-Croation conflict. She lives in Wilmington

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