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Seabird collecting items for ‘Stuff the Bus’ this weekend, donors entered to win $200 gift card

A new, local business in downtown Wilmington is collecting items for students ahead of the first day of school in New Hanover and Pender Counties.

Restaurants decide whether to require masks after mandate ends

Though wearing a mask is no longer mandated in most public North Carolinian spaces, private businesses have the freedom to decide whether they will continue mask and social distancing requirements.

Seabird soars into the downtown Wilmington’s dining scene

A new restaurant is flying into the downtown Wilmington dining scene. 

Chef Dean Neff previews his new Seabird restaurant

Construction is nearly complete on the new restaurant owned and operated by local James Beard Award-nominated chef Dean Neff. 

Holiday Cooking with Chef Neff: Leftover turkey and collard soup

Once you're tired of turkey sandwiches and casseroles, what's left to do with the Thanksgiving leftovers? Chef Dean Neff of Wilmington's Seabird restaurant recently met with WWAY's Donna Gregory to demonstrate a cool way to make a hot soup.

Holiday cooking with Chef Neff: Roasted kabocha squash with Greek yogurt, pomegranate and toasted seeds

Not all holiday side dishes have to include a sweet potato or cracker-crumb topping. There are plenty of local squash varieties available in your nearby grocery store. If you want a quick last minute vegetable dish that has a restaurant-quality wow factor, try Chef Dean Neff's take on roasted squash.

Holiday cooking with Chef Dean Neff: Custard with candied blood orange

If you're looking for a holiday dessert that is not based on pumpkin, Wilmington chef Dean Neff has a simple idea to end your holiday meal.

Holiday cooking with Chef Dean Neff: Sweet tea-brined spatchcocked turkey

Chef Dean Neff of Wilmington's Seabird Restaurant demonstrates how to spatchcock a turkey, and brine it with a sweat tea and herb mixture for Thanksgiving.

Wilmington restaurants ask Governor for mandatory shutdown

Some restaurants in the Wilmington area are already feeling the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic and owners want the state to step in.

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