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It's always nice to reach a milestone, but some are just too impressive to overlook. The New Hanover High School class of 1961 is celebrating their 50th reunion this weekend. George Elliott is at Legion Stadium with them as they take a walk down memory lane.
Halloween is just weeks away, that means everyone is on the lookout for a good pumpkin. We sent our George Elliott out to the pumpkin patch at Wesley United Methodist Church's to see how its fundraiser is going this year.
It's time for Riverfest, the annual celebration of food, fun, music and pirates in Downtown Wilmington. It kicks off today and runs through the weekend. There is something for everyone, and we sent our own George Elliott down there to give us a preview of this Wilmington favorite.
The much celebrated Back Door Kitchen Tour is held each year during Riverfest weekend when the residents of Wilmington's historic district graciously open their homes to hundred of visitors. This year's visitors can tour nine different kitchens. We sent our George Elliott to see what's cookin'.
As we approach Sunday's 50th anniversary of the USS North Carolina coming to Wilmington, there is much anticipation and preparation.To preview tonight's special at six, our George Elliott made a call on the "showboat" today to get some background on the famous fighting ship.
The days are getting shorter, the air is cooler and before you know it, Halloween will be here. Just when you think it couldn't get any scarier, we sent our resident ghoul George Elliott to Panic Attack, Wilmington's popular haunted house, to see what they have planned this year.
The Cape Fear Serpentarium in Downtown Wilmington houses over 40 venomous species of snakes, 5 large bays featuring giant constrictors, and 3 species of crocodile. It is operated by by expert herpetologist Dean Ripa. Our own resident reptile wrangler George Elliot payed him a visit today.
With the Labor Day holiday coming up and some folks getting an early start, we decided to send our resident beach comber George Elliott down to the beach to talk to people spending time in the sand.
Our own work of art George Elliot is live at The Golden Gallery in the Cotton Exchange. The residents of old Wilmington are unveiling this year's artwork commemorating their annual back door kitchen tour.
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As Summer wears on, the best options to keep cool are the beach and a boat. If you are looking for a boat, there's plenty for you to see at the Marine-Max in water boat show is going on right now at Wrightsville Beach. Our own George Elliot is ready to cast off and tell us all about it.