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The Wilmington Fire Department launched a new partnership with the Paws4People foundation. While dogs have always been welcomed at fire stations, this new pilot program puts them to work.
CoastLine: Arts leaders in the Cape Fear region plan for more live, in-person entertainment in fall / winter 2021 through strong safety protocolsAs we head into the fall and winter with a pandemic still raging, local arts leaders are planning plenty of in-person entertainment and putting safety protocols in place. But some touring artists are demanding even stricter rules compared to the venues — requiring proof of vaccination only or shorter windows for negative Covid test results.
On this episode: Over the last three years, rumors have circulated, alleging a toxic workplace at CFCC under the administration of President Jim Morton. In early 2020, WECT published a report with on-the-record allegations, but it seems little has changed. Now, new reporting from WHQR's Rachel Keith goes deeper than ever into issues at the college.
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- Wilmington dedicates $700,000 to local non-profits, with $200,000 for arts-based programs
- A new five-part series looks at climate change's impact on NC fisheries: Carolina Public Press's Jack Igelman
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- New Hanover's county manager can now tap into $350 million for school safety. How will that actually work?
- Novant Health responds to leaked internal video of ‘frank discussion’ on Covid-19 messaging
- StoryCorps Kicks Off Month-long Recording Session in Wilmington
Culture / Arts / Inside HQR
- Around Town with Rhonda Bellamy: It's Owl Good
- UPCOMING (Virtual) Prologue Baddest Girl on the Planet by Heather Frese, November 8
- Around Town with Rhonda Bellamy: StoryCorps 2021
- RESCHEDULED (Virtual) Prologue: Siege of the Seven Sins by Emily Colin, December 13
- Around Town with Rhonda Bellamy: Time Capsule
- Storycorps Mobile Tour
Port City Politics
Week of August 30 - School shooting, Tru Color's George Taylor Jr. speaks, and the mask mandate hearingOn this episode, a shooting at New Hanover High School, George Taylor Jr. defends Tru Colors' mission, and the mask mandate hearing brings unhinged Holocaust comparisons.
- A Major Report Warns Climate Change Is Accelerating And Humans Must Cut Emissions Now
- More Twists In Real Life Crime Drama That Has South Carolina Riveted
- Infrastructure Bill Aims To Address Lead Pipes: Lessons Learned From Flint
- State Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Minneapolis Vote To Reimagine Police Department
- Are COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters Necessary?
- The Jobs That Await Afghans In The U.S. Are Often Far Below Their Skill Level
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