Laughter is the best medicine: ‘This Hurricane Blows’ follows neighbors stuck together during storm

The comedy has a familiar sounding plot for those in the Cape Fear region

  1987 White Lake Water Festival

  Opa! Greek Festival will welcome 30,000 people over three day event

The 2019 Greek Festival at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church kicks off Friday, May 17

  Mamabration celebrates moms and motherhood

Jody Springer with Fit4Mom organized the Mamabration, which is May 18 at Battleship Park

  Food bank, letter carriers need your help to Stamp Out Hunger

Food bank, letter carriers need your help to Stamp Out Hunger

  Get a free look at the exhibitions inside the Cameron Ad version

The Cameron Art Museum hosts a free day to give the community a chance to enjoy all the museum has to offer

  Bestival celebrates best Wilmington has to offer

‘Encore’ expands its Best Of Wilmington awards presentation

  First Act: Murder-mystery dinner show will leave audience guessing ‘whodunnit’

Theatergoers can enjoy dinner and a show this weekend

  Free Comic Book Day is Saturday, May 4

Memory Lane Comics & Toys in Wilmington will celebrate with free comics and fans can meet comic book writers

  Have a sweet weekend at the Carolina Strawberry Festival

The Carolina Strawberry festival kicks off Friday in Wallace

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  Ladies in STEM fields to offer advice, inspiration at Women in Science Day

"It is important for young girls to see someone like themselves in science fields," said Gail Lemiec.

  Calling all tough women; Cape Fear Roller Girls need you

The ladies are looking for women to join the team and men & women to sign up to referee

  Topsail High School presents 'High School Musical, Jr.'

Talented teens take the stage, singing and shooting hoops

  Timeless "rags to riches" fairy tale on stage in Wilmington

Kathy Snow Productions presents Disney's 'Cinderella KIDS'

  Angel investor group expands into Wilmington

The Southeast’s largest angel investment network aims to connect investors with entrepreneurs as it expands into Wilmington

  Festival Latino falls on weekend of Cinco de Mayo

Hurricane Florence means the annual Festival Latino has a new, festive date this year.

  Annual Flytrap Frolic set for Saturday

Activities include walking tours of the Stanley Rehder Carnivorous Garden, crafts for children, live animal exhibits and plant scavenger hunts

  Laugh and learn at the Wilmington Jewish Film Festival

The Wilmington Jewish Film Festival selected seven films for the event; the films will be shown in the historic Thalian Hall Main Stage from April 28-May 8.

  The Woodsong Porch and Art Stroll is Sat., April 27

Neighbors invite you to join them on their porches to view art and support construction industry scholarship

  A show for fans of British humor makes its stage debut in Wilmington

Fans of Monty Python will enjoy a show that makes its Wilmington debut on stage this week

  Plan to geek out this weekend at the Wilmington Geek Expo

Unite with fellow comic book lovers at the Wilmington Geek Expo

  Sources: 'Swamp Thing' to wrap production earlier than expected in Wilmington

DC Universe’s Swamp Thing has released its first teaser trailer on the heels of reports that the show will end production earlier than expected in Wilmington

  April is Autism Awareness Month

Autism Spectrum Disorder is a developmental disorder that affects communication and behavior

  Easter egg hunt for adults only

Don’t let the little ones have all the fun.

  CFCC will celebrate Earth Fest

Earth Fest is a sustainability fair with the purpose of educating CFCC students on the importance of protecting our environment

  Star Party will take you to the moon and beyond

Visitors can go on a guided night sky tour of the stars and planets

  Rabbi Emily Losben-Ostrov to become first female Rabbi installed in the Temple of Israel’s 147 year

She has presided over the congregation since July but her installation was delayed due to damage to the Temple from Hurricane Florence

  First at Four recipe: Strawberry Spinach Salad

Chef Gwen Gulliksen from Cape Fear Community College shared a recipe that takes advantage of the fresh fruit on shelves this season.

  Get inspiration to live a healthier life

The Healthy Living Festival will offer free inspiration to help families live healthier lifestyles

  #TBT - 2011 Azalea Festival belle

When an exchange student from Germany decided she wanted to be an Azalea Festival belle, people took notice.

  Get rid of your old electronics in a safe way

Verizon employees and contractors will host a Recycling Rally on Thursday, April 4 from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Verizon at 3601 Converse Dr., Wilmington

  The North Carolina Azalea Festival includes something for art lovers

More than 100 artists will participate in a juried art show during the North Carolina Azalea Festival

  The perm returns but with a new name and other spring fashion trends

Ready or not, the 80s are making a comeback

  First Act: ‘The Last Five Years’ follows a couple falling in and out of love

A show follows a couple’s five-year relationship, as they fall in and out of love.

  Fandome Faire brings together those who geek out over comics and movies

Bestselling young adult author Julie Kagawa will hold a book signing at the event

  Azalea Festival first: Cape Fear Garden Club Azalea Belle is first with service dog

Nearly 140 young women serve as ambassadors during the Azalea Garden Tour