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On The Deck Of Macnab | September 25, 2016
Teak. Bronze. The salty deck of the cutter Macnab. Macnabs's story is in The Shipping News.
Experience the sea in 1805, on Broad St tonight. Attack the French. Plus a fiddle tune. What’s not to like? Master & Commander is the Friday Flick, 7:30p tonight at the Old Theater. $5.50… even includes popcorn.
High pressure Oriental morning. It's the scene @ 6:25a off The Bean porch. Trawlers aglow. A mist falls. Jack protects the street.
Saturday afternoon at Harborfest included a Corvette show. TownDock carologists think this is a 1962 Vette. (Dori Arrington photo)
Mike Farris and the Roseland Rhythm Revue (Grammy award winning), Friday night at the Red Rooster. It was a Pamlico Music Society show. Rave reviews. The "raw sound of redemption, rock, rhythm and blues". Don't we all need some raw redemption? (Dori Arrington photo)
Nevermoore powers to windward in the 2015 Oriental Cup Regatta. The 2016 Oriental Cup Regatta is this weekend at River Dunes, all part of Harborfest.
There’s Julia. Ian. Karl. Even a tropical wave working towards the Africa coast. It’s the SpaceCam view Of The Atlantic
There are 6 ducks cruising the harbor lately. Much like other two legged Oriental residents, the ducks are food seeking creatures. Here three approach the seawall where a human might have an offering.
A dinner setting at Harborfest 2015. Look closely and it tells a bit of the story on how HeartWorks helps young people in need. Harborfest 2016 is this weekend - Saturday is the big dinner & dance. It is all to raise funds for HeartWorks & its mission.
Calm. Cool. Paul Welles, Sunfish sailor. Welles took Silver in the Sunfish division of Saturday's Greens Creek Challenge.
There were Sunfish and FJs at Saturday’s Greens Creek Challenge. And there were some unique wooden vessels. Among them is a Narrasetuck 20, a boat with Long Island roots.
Tonight & Saturday night, a live exploration of the immigrant experience in America. Patrick Clerkin and Lillian O'Connell perform at the Old Theater. The shows are a fundraiser for the Hope Clinic. Click the image for a larger view - and more photos. Patrick talks about the performance:
There's a new Parade Master in town... the baton was passed on Broad Street. After a decade long run, Paul Fairbank passed the baton to new Parade Master Scott Pickard.
Gosia Tojza is September's guest artist at The Village Gallery. Tojza is an oil and plein air painter, working in the style of the Old Masters, she has prepared a new body of work for the show. Opening reception for the artist is this Saturday, Sept 10 2-5p at the gallery on Hodges St near the harbor. You're invited.