Monthly Archives: December 2013
Any coastal holiday tradition can vary, but the one thing that always is a must: fresh oysters. After all, it is the season for shucking! Traditionally, oysters are eaten primarily in cooler months when the shellfish aren’t spawning. Not everyone
In downtown Southport, Lantana’s Gallery and Fine Gifts serves as a haven for many regional artists and craftspeople. It’s also home to the Meehans, a family of artists and small-business owners. We caught up with the daughter of the group,
A colleague of mine recently announced the countdown of days until Christmas, and a hush fell over the break room. Of course this silence was followed by a loud and collective groan, followed by many folks bemoaning all that must
The Southport Tea House doesn't focus solely on English teas; rather the selection includes a variety of organic and herbal teas, too. "I think there's great value even from an educational standpoint of what tea does for people," Pukenas reveals.
"The Christmas holidays in Southport are spectacular," Peggy Popelars, president of DSI, describes. "The atmosphere begins with all the holiday festivals that actually begin in November. Then during the second week of December, Winterfest is an event that is filled