Category Archives: Showcase

Rock for the Ages

What: ‘American Band: Music of the Rock Revolution’ When: May 16-18, 23-25 • 8 p.m. Where: Franklin Square Park Corner of Howe and West streets, Southport Cost: FREE Info: www.brunswicklittletheatre.com Growing up, while my friends were listening to Backstreet Boys

Expanding Cultural Horizons

What: Fundraising Concert for Opera Wilmington, in support of its summer production, ‘The Merry Widow’ When: Sunday, April 6th • 3 p.m. Where: Southport Community Building 233 E. Bay St., Southport Cost: No charge but donations appreciated Info: www.opera-wilmington.org Wendy

A Painter’s Delight

Artists return to Southport's streets to create works outside during the Plein Air Paint Out

Spring’s First Walk

What: Spring Art Show When: March 3rd through 22nd Reception: Fri., March 7th, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Where: Franklin Square Gallery 130 E. West St., Southport Cost: FREE Info: www.franklinsquaregallery.com On the first Friday of every month, a handful

Southport’s Artistry

Local author Thomas J. “Tommy” Harrelson will stop by Wilmington’s Pomegranate Books on Tuesday, February 25th for a discussion and book signing. The event will celebrate his new book portraying the life and work of Southport’s first known professional photographer

Love, the Everlasting Drama

Brunswick Little Theatre reveals the stages of courtship in 'I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change'

The King’s Reign

The name "B.B. King" will resonate with the world for an eon. Its owner, now 88, has already proven himself to be the "King of the Blues." He's a master of the wailing guitar, and even though kids in generations

‘Tis the Season for Music

The tradition of music for the holidays continues in Brunswick County with the Sea Notes Choral Society and the Brunswick Concert Band. These two volunteer groups comprised of local, dedicated and talented members of the community will once again provide

Festival of Goodwill and Cheer

"Dickens made Christmas a real holiday," MacCallum asserts. "Prior to Dickens and his novels, people really didn't celebrate Christmas. He brought Christmas to the lower class, the poor people. He really is the one responsible for Christmas cards, and just

Art and Animals

What: Adopt-A-Pet Portrait Painting Class When: Wed., Oct. 30th • 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Where: Howe Outrageous Art Gallery and Marketplace 307 N. Howe St., Southport Cost: Suggested donation of $35 Info: (910) 363-4811 An artful craze sprung up

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