98 Percent Monkey By Volume

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With a new King Kong movie in theaters, we look back at the 1986 film “King Kong Lives,” filmed largely in Wilmington, NC, out of Dino De Laurentiis’ freshly minted film studio. This movie didn’t kill at the box office, but it did kill some careers. Read More …

Bizarro Wilmington

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The port city of Wilmington, North Carolina once had an evil twin across the river. In the colonial days of America, Wilmington came out the victor in a struggle to the death.

This is a gross dramatization of the story of Brunswick Town, the lost provincial capitol of North Carolina, and the ill fated revival of the grounds during the American Civil War with the construction of Fort Anderson. Read More …

The Shipbuilding Epoch

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Buckle up for a crash course in the bygone industry of local shipbuilding, as well as anecdotes that will sound too crazy to be true. Read More …

The Cyborg Connection

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The film Cyborg was produced in Wilmington, NC, and it was of dubious quality. Read More …

LINC’s Urban Farm

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LINC’s Urban Farm is giving men and women returning from prison a transitional and transformative experience Read More …

The BEEB Takes Wilmington

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In this episode we are joined by two competitive skee-ball players to talk about Wilmington’s local Brewskee-Ball League and the incoming national tournament (aka The BEEB) inbound to the Battleship and Battleship Park. Read More …