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  New Hanover County Schools launches online reporting system

Ethix 360 is for reporting on student conduct, bullying, and harassment policies

  Interview: Cape Fear Volunteer Center

  A Christmas favorite hits the stage as a musical

The best way to spread Christmas Cheer is singing loud for all to hear and this show will have you singing along!

  ‘#Alice’ is a high-tech twist on a classic fairytale

The show is a modern-day version of 'Alice in Wonderland'

  Good Friends come together to support those in need

Good Friends of Wilmington holds one fundraising event each year to help those in our community with car repairs, medical needs, paying bills and more

  Consider welcoming a child in need into your home

New Hanover County has over 400 children and Brunswick County has about 120 children

  Explore to possibilities of the present with ‘Awakening’

“Awakening” is a modern dance show featuring the Village Dance Company

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  Beauty pageant has a plot twist

The Tenth Annual Womanless Beauty Pageant, 7:30 p.m. on Sat., Nov 23, at Thalian Hall is one of Opera House Theatre Company’s oldest fundraisers

  Help pets still in need after Hurricane Dorian

Pets in the Bahamas are struggling after the hurricane

  Kick off Cucalorus with the Visual/Sound/Walls Opening Night Party

This week, Cucalorus celebrates 25 years in Wilmington

  Dance-a-lorus kicks off annual Cucalorus festival this week

Dance-a-lorus really showcases Wilmington's rich creative community

  Rise & Shine: The Inspiration Lab’s conference will bring together working women

The Inspiration Lab is a professional women’s organization which helps women grow their personal and professional lives

  Neon bikes to light up the night in Carolina Beach for a good cause

Bikers will support Ocean Cure in Carolina Beach this weekend

  Feel fabulous and thrifty at the same time by shopping the Junior League of Wilmington’s Bargain Sale

The Junior League of Wilmington’s Bargain Sale is Friday and Saturday

  First Act: 'The Exonerated’ tells the stories of wrongly convicted death-row prisoners

Big Dawg Productions will bring the show to the stage in Wilmington for the first time

  First at Four: UNCW’s annual Intercultural Festival

  Polka! The Polish Festival returns this year after Florence forced organizers to cancel last year

The event is Saturday, Nov. 2, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

  Nonprofit group, Be The Adult, teaches calm and effective parenting skills

An organization that promotes calm and effective parenting skills needs your help to make a weekend event a success

  Domestic Violence Shelter's Take Back the Night March and Rally

Domestic Violence Shelter's Take Back the Night March and Rally

  Halloween show highlights the lighter side of the things that go bump in the night

'Laughing in the Dark' is PSL's latest sketch show

  The Carousel Center Beer & Wine Festival makes changes to accommodate larger crowd

The festival has two sessions this year; One is from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and the second is from 5 to 9 p.m.

  STEM Activity Day planned to get children interested in science, technology, engineering and math careers

Educators and business leaders will come together for a day dedicated to inspiring children to pursue careers in the STEM fields

  Biennial faculty exhibition shows off the talents of UNCW staff

It's a chance for UNCW studio art faculty members to share their artwork with the public

  Kure Beach hosts pet-friendly Howl-O-Ween event

Prizes will be awarded for the best costumes

  The Third Act Players features performers over the age of 50

The Third Act Players is a group made up of performers over the age of 50

  Actors in 'Puffs' plan to cast a spell on audiences

It’s a show about kids with certain magical powers, attending a certain school for witches and wizards

  Waccamaw Siouan Pow Wow invites community to learn more about Native American culture

The event, Oct. 18 and 19 in the Buckhead Community, attracts thousands

  'Driving Without Privilege' lecture examines the locations, importance and continued legacy of 'The Green Book'

First published in 1936, 'The Green Book' included 50 Wilmington locations considered safe for African Americans

  Enjoy the sounds of Bluegrass and the taste of BBQ at a weekend festival

The event is family friendly!

  ‘Jitney’ explores the issues of gentrification, reconciliation and survival for African Americans in the 1970s

'Jitney' explores the hot button topics of “urban renewal” or gentrification, reconciliation and survival

  #ThrowbackThursday: Totally 80s event at Cape Fear Museum

Museum After Dark: Totally 80s is from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thurs., Oct. 10

  Cape Fear Buddy Walk