Few partnerships in radio or television have lasted as long as the one forged by John Isley and Bill James. They met in 1980 and are still together today on the wildly successful “John Boy & Billy Big Show”, waking people up with laughter on radio stations across the country.
Some of North Carolina’s biggest names in music including Ben Folds, Chatham County Line and Anthony Hamilton, will take part in Under One Roof, a livestream concert to help artists in the state impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Vivian Howard is back. Nearly 18 months after ending her award-winning PBS show "A Chef’s Life", Howard is launching a new six-part series called "Somewhere South", while also trying to guide her restaurants through the difficult economic conditions brought on by the coronavirus epidemic.
Nearly a half-century after their first meeting, Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford have their pop band Squeeze back on the road for a 2020 U.S. tour. Rising to stardom in the 70s & 80s with songs like “Tempted” and “Hour Glass”, the tour will stop in Wilmington on August 19.
Filming for the pilot episode of the CW’s vampire-themed television series “The Lost Boys” will officially get underway next week. An extras casting call said the production needs surfers and fishermen.
Vanna White grew up along the Carolina coast, wanting to become a TV star. Now, after 37 years and more than 7,000 episodes as co-host of “Wheel of Fortune”, this “normal, down home southern girl” talks about her road to success.
Three bands, the Wilmington Police Pipes and Drums and dancers from the Walsh Kelley School of Irish Dance will entertain the crowd at Irish Music Night, Sat., Feb. 15, which supports the Wilmington St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Wilmington recently was named one of the “Best Places to Live and Work as a Moviemaker,” the Wilmington Regional Film Commission, Inc. announced.Wilmington recently was named one of the “Best Places to Live and Work as a Moviemaker,” the Wilmington Regional Film Commission, Inc. announced.
Cucalorus, a film festival marking 25 years in Wilmington, features a documentary that examines the death of Lennon Lacy, 17, who died in Bladen County in 2014. 'Always in Season' is a documentary that follows his mother’s search for justice.