“Big stages are fun,”says string instrumentalist Andrew Kasab, “but I love the intimate, right-next-to-your-audience shows. There’s nothing quite like making jokes with folks while entertaining the pants off them.” True to form, the Raleigh-based musician is returning to play Wilmington’s Fermental on January 4. He describes Fermental as a home away from home, where he can share belly laughs and good times. While Kasab … Continue reading ADDED DIMENSION: Instrumentalist Andrew Kasab returns to Fermental
Whether folks are looking for something to do as a family, seeking PG-13 thrills or a classy costume party, here are a few upcoming Halloween events in ILM, providing all the right haunts for all the right people.
Continue reading ALL THE RIGHT HAUNTS: Halloween events abound across the Port City in 2018
Wilmington’s musicians and artists are always quick to act when it comes to supporting their community in times of crisis or general need. Whether raising monies for a nonprofit or for another band going through a harship, or more recently fundraising for hurricane recovery, Signal Fire’s Cullen Seward says community creatives are always fast to mobilize. “After all, we (artists) only thrive because Wilmington supports … Continue reading FAST TO ACT: Local musicians band together to raise monies for hurricane relief
Shannon Rae Gentry sits down with Annabelle and Michaela Sanchez of Entangled Dreams, who are celebrating a release of another album this week at The Sour Barn. Continue reading DREAMING BIG: Michaela and Annabelle Sanchez celebrate another album, ‘Afterthought’
Whether encore readers are enthusiastically celebrating the end of this past year or happily welcoming the beginning of another, all sorts of fun ways await to celebrate New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day in the Port City. Here are a few highlights… Continue reading ARE WE THERE YET? Where to celebrate the end of 2016 and beginning of 2017 in ILM