By Molly | Wednesday, March 24thThe air is clear here on the Banks, and I’m not talking about the weather. N.C. has banned smoking (finally!) in restaurants and bars and it’s safe to go out again. Remember those days when we’d come home reeking of smoke and have to wash our hair at 2 a.m. and air our clothes on the porch railing? Gone! Josh Stone Band doing some reggae at the Brewing Station on Friday sounds fun * The Wilder Brothers, as always, will be at Prime Only on Saturday * I’ve heard positive talk about the Christian folk singer Sarah Hart coming to Holy Redeemer Catholic Church on Sunday. Locals Kim Kalman, Bill Rea, Leslie Erickson and Shannah Nolbe are joining in… Just registered for the Flying Pirate Half-Marathon on April 18 and the Outer Banks Half-Marathon on November 14 — register now to save some bucks on these events or any of the associated 5Ks, 8Ks, 10Ks and marathons. If you . . . Read More
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