LEARNING A NEW TUNE: Jeremy Mathews offers private online lessons in instruments, songwriting and more

  For the past few weeks, tribute videos for John Prine have flooded the internet. The folk singer-songwriter, who passed away from COVID-19 complications on April 7, was an influential figure for countless artists around the globe. Like many other musicians nationwide and here locally, multi-instrumentalist and music teacher Jeremy Mathews plans to pay tribute to Prine with covers of song such as “All the … Continue reading LEARNING A NEW TUNE: Jeremy Mathews offers private online lessons in instruments, songwriting and more

LOG ON: NHCS teachers talk new strategy as they navigate online learning

  Due to the governor’s current stay-at-home order, New Hanover County Schools announced on March 29 they will remain closed to the public through May 15. The closure includes all schools and facilities, except by appointment or at the discretion of a school’s principal. Learning continuity planning and training for teachers has been underway since March 24, and teachers are expected to launch their online … Continue reading LOG ON: NHCS teachers talk new strategy as they navigate online learning

MARCH TO POWER: Fourth annual women’s march gets under way January 18

  At the time of ILM’s 2020 Women’s March and Rally this Saturday, Women Organizing for Wilmington (WoW!) will have protested for 150 consecutive weeks—just six weeks shy of three years—at the corner of Third and Princess streets. “And we will continue to protest until a new president is elected,” notes WoW! founder Lynn Shoemaker. Shoemaker and WoW! have utilized these last three years as … Continue reading MARCH TO POWER: Fourth annual women’s march gets under way January 18