make WWAY your homepage  Become a fan on facebook  Follow us on twitter  Receive RSS Newsfeeds  MEMBERS: Register | Login

Explore with George

Explore With George: WHQR Gallery

WHQR in downtown Wilmington is more than just a radio station. It is also home to an art gallery. George Elliott checks it out.

»

Explore With George: Scales and Tails

This weekend at the aquarium is for reptile lovers. George visits Fort Fisher to check out the 'Scales and Tails' event.

»

Explore With George: NC Sorosis & NC Junior Sorosis Antique Show

The NC Sorosis Antique Show and Sale is now in it's 42nd year, and it's going on all weekend. Dealers from more ten states are peddling antiques of all shapes and sizes to benefit local charities. We sent our own collectors item, George Elliott, over to check it out.

»

Explore With George: UNCW African-American Art Exhibit

With Black History Month approaching, UNCW is featuring a special exhibit full of African-American history and culture. The exhibit is from a well-known expert on the subject, as well as some UNCW students. Our George Elliott shares a look at the exhibit.

»

Explore With George: Cameron Art Museum

When the weather gets cold, it may seem tough to figure out something entertaining to do out in the world. Well, it's warm and toasty inside the Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington. Our George Elliott stopped by today to see what exciting exhibits they're featuring these days.

»

Explore With George: Girl Scouts Centennial Celebration

Birthdays and cakes generally go hand in hand, but not for one group. The Girls Scouts are marking their centennial celebration by rolling out a new cookie.

»

Explore With George: Wilmington Railroad Museum

The Wilmington Railroad Museum is always a popular stop for people downtown where you can see trains of all sizes. They are even home to a recent world record. Our George Elliott headed down to the museum earlier today for a tour.

»

Explore With George: Island of Lights New Year Celebration

There are many ways to ring in the new year, but one of the more popular has to be the Island of Lights New Year's celebration on the boardwalk in Carolina Beach. Our own George Elliott was out there earlier to get a preview.

»

Explore With George: Fort Fisher Aquarium

One of the many things that makes living in the Cape Fear great is the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher. They're always looking for new ways to make learning fun and exciting. WWAY's George Elliott swung by earlier to see what the new year has in store for the aquarium.

»

Explore With George: Heater for the Holidays Winner

WWAY has teamed up with Al Fulford Heating and Air to help a family in need to have "Heat for the Holidays." Our George Elliott was there when the brand new heating and air system was delivered to the lucky recipient.

»

Explore With George: Ability Garden

There is a new Ability Garden, the New Hanover County Arboretum. It's a program for people who have a variety of physical and sensory abilities. Our George Elliott was there earlier today to check it out.

»

Explore With George: Enchanted Airlie

Tis' the season for celebrating the holidays and the season can certainly be felt at Airlie Gardens as they gear up for the holiday season with a festival of lights. Our George Elliott takes us to Enchanted Airlie.

»

Explore With George: Kids Making It

"Kids Making It" is an award-winning program that works to help keep at-risk kids in Wilmington on the right path through woodworking. We sent George Elliott to check out their handiwork and give you a few ideas for your Christmas list.

»

Explore With George: Budweiser Clydesdales

The Budweiser Clydesdales are one of the most recognizable business icons in the world. This week, those Clydsdales are in our area for people to come visit. We sent our George Elliott out to meet the big fellas and get the story straight from the horses mouth.

»

Explore With George: Veterans Day at Chili's

It's a day to remember and honor those who have served in the US military. The Chili's restaurant on College Road served up a free lunch to area veterans. WWAY's George Elliott was out there earlier today.

»