February 2015


January 2014

 
 
by Marimar McNaughton
A scale replica of architecturally accurate models of landmark structures represents the town of Wrightsville Beach during its halcyon days. Yacht club beginnings, trolley car lines, grand hotels and pleasure palaces in micro are the centerpiece of the Wrightsville Beach Museum of History.
 
 
 
Striped bass, also known as stripers or rockfish, were once abundant in the Cape Fear River, then dwindled in the face of dam construction and diminishing water quality and quantity. Learn about local conservation efforts and the gradual comeback of the region's treasured striper.
A salesman all his life, Charles Walker began as a small child by peddling bags of freshly caught shrimp to his Masonboro Sound neighbors. He climbed the ladder to become a national sales rep. Share his family's story, woven within the tapestry of the South's history from the Civil War to modern times.
 
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Articles
Run of the Mill
Perfect Powder Rooms
Easy Living Beside the Boat Basin
Art Treatise: Heavy Metal
The Grand Wrightsville Beach Strand
So Much to Say
Cape Fear River Stripers on the Rise
What About the Bard? Springing into Shakespeare
 
 
Destination Wrightsville | Business and Service Directory
Destination Wrightsville | What to do: Attractions
Destination Wrightsville | What to do: Night on the Town
Destination Wrightsville | What to do: The Active Life
Destination Wrightsville | What to do: Watersports
Destination Wrightsville | Where to Go
Destination Wrightsville | Where to Stay
Destination Wrightsville | Things to Know

 





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