Music is a universal language. Instruments teach something that makes people shine inside and out. Our Extraordinary Person of the Week goes above and beyond to make sure kids get the tools to speak that language.
Tanya Fermin is using a conversation at the dinner table to help us all start a conversation with our own loved ones. It's a tough topic, beginning with the end, but her story is one that affects us all.
When Pepsi, one of the biggest soft drink makers in the world, puts your art work on two million of their cans, it's a big deal. Just so happens that Wilmington artist Sarah Sheffield's art work is on two million Diet Pepsi cans.
Our Extraordinary Person of the Week uses birds for a variety of purposes. They are used for education, hunting, and even to deal with nuisance animals in a natural way. Nuisance animals and over-population that can bring down airplanes. Chip Gentry is a Master Falconer who has quite the wild life as we found out in Shallotte.