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Jet Phynx: Changing The Narrative

The former musician, now a filmmaker, sees big things in Wilmington’s future—maybe even Beyoncé...

Maria Matos wants to be remembered as a kind, gentle spirit—with an iron fist...

Community Change, Through Art

As she prepares to move on, Raye Jones Avery looks back at her nearly three decades of transformational leadership at CCAC...

Larry Strange IN Action

In 2006, Larry Strange experienced a debilitating spine injury that required surgery to fuse his C3-C5 vertebrae. The casualties of this surgery were neck mobility and Larry’s weekly tennis matches. To replace tennis and help with his rehabilitation, Strange took up hiking. (This comes into play later in the story.) The irony is that thirteen years later, Strange, in spite of his limited ability turn his neck, is putting Wilmington on the map (Google Maps to be specific) with his 360-degree photography... 

Eunice LaFate by Joe del Tufo

In September of this year, Eunice LaFate celebrated the fourth anniversary of the opening of LaFate Gallery at 227 N. Market Street. The gallery primarily showcases LaFate’s own art which is a blend of folk and contemporary styles.

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