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- 09/13/13--10:07: Midday Interview: Kim Ewonus, Carriage Man
- 09/14/13--04:00: Midday Interview: Johnnie Sexton of the CARE Project
- 09/18/13--09:20: Midday Interview: Celebrated Concert Violinist Ray Chen
- 09/19/13--12:14: Midday Interview: Gwenyfar Rohler on Banned Books Week
- 09/28/13--04:00: Midday Interview: Grooves in the Grove Concert Series
- 10/03/13--09:32: Midday Interview: Amanda Greene of Wilmington Faith and Values
- 10/08/13--11:18: Midday Interview: Tracy Wilkes of DREAMS of Wilmington
- 10/18/13--12:05: Midday Interview: Jeannie Mintz, Founder of Salty Paws Festival
- 10/23/13--07:42: Midday Interview: Tim Koch of Carolina Vocal Arts Ensemble
- 10/23/13--10:00: Midday Interview: Meira Warshauer, Composer
- 10/24/13--11:27: Midday Interview: Karole Armitage of Armitage Gone!
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Tom Briggs, Artistic Director of Thalian Association, wrote the stage adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Thalian Association Children’s
Kim Ewonus grew up in Kansas, but he worked summers as a cowboy on his uncle’s ranch and at rodeos. He is now one of the costumed carriage drivers/tour
Johnnie Sexton is the founder and Executive Director of The CARE Project which offers support to families with children who are deaf or hard-of-hearing.
Ray Chen is a 24-year-old concert violinist who receives standing ovations wherever he plays. He is in Wilmington this week as Artist in Residence at UNCW,
Gwenyfar Rohler of Old Books on Front Street told us about all the special events coming up for Banned Books Week. Details at oldbooksonfrontst.com Old
Realtors Stephanie and Glenn Neighbour had a great idea to create a series of concerts at Poplar Grove Plantation in Scotts Hill. Glenn came by to tell us
Amanda Greene of Wilmington Faith and Values is offering two Religious Art Walking Tours of African-American Churches in Downtown Wilmington. The tours are
Peggy Pancoe Rosoff and Beverly Schoninger tell us all about Wilmingtons First Annual Jewish Film Festival. On Sunday, October 13th at 3:00 in Thalian Hall
Paul Lawler and Alicia Ross of ROW (Residents of Old Wilmington) tell us all about the 8th Annual Back Door Kitchen Tour, coming up Saturday, October 12th
Tracy Wilkes, Executive Director of DREAMS of Wilmington, invites us all to On Top of the World a gala at the Wilmington Hilton Riverside starting at 6
Katrina Knight, Executive Director of Good Shepherd Center, told us about their Masquerade Ball, celebrating 30 years of service to the homeless in our
Founder Jeannie Mintz invites us all to the 5th Annual Salty Paws Festival on Saturday at Carolina Beach Lake Park. The event will be held on Saturday,
Carolina Vocal Arts Ensemble, directed byFriday’s guest Tim Koch, presents Annelies by British composer James Whitbourn. Starring soprano Arianna Zukerman
Meira Warshauer grew up in Wilmington. She is now a composer. One of her works will be featured at UNCW this week: Ocean Calling, a work for two pianos
Armitage Gone! Dance presents "Fables on Global Warming," Saturday at 8 pm at Kenan Auditorium. Choreographer Karole Armitage joined us to talk about it.
WHQR’s MC Erny Gallery opened a new art exhibit on Friday, October 25th with a reception from 6 to 9. Two of the twelve artists featured in Coastal
Daphne Holmes of Cameron Art Museum invited us all to Celebrate New Orleans at a series of events last Friday-Sunday, wrapping up the exhibit Well-Suited:
Dr. Phillip Garwood, an award-winning professor of geology at Cape Fear Community College who is known to his students as “Dr. Rocks,” is one of the
Kimberly Paul of Lower Cape Fear Hospice and Frank Roberts of New Hanover County Veterans Council told us about the film Honor Flight: One Last Mission...
Sandy Apple and Phyllis Leimer from the American Association of University Women stopped in to the WHQR Studios to speak with guest announcer and...