‘Tis The Season for Shopping Local

December 2, 2020

Another holiday season, another shopping bag full of goodies! Although gift shopping this holiday season may be a little different this year, due to COVID, there will still be plenty of great options to shop and support local! Pop-up holiday markets are a tradition that remains unbroken! The great thing about traditional holiday markets is that they are a safe way to keep the holiday spirit alive while finding beautiful… [Read More…]

Spirits with Soul: End of Days Distillery

November 27, 2020

Everyone enjoys a little something strong from time to time. It does not matter if you are into wine, spirits, or beer, an alcoholic beverage can help to set the mood. Being a part of a renaissance in craft brewing, the greater Wilmington area is no stranger to local craftspeople making art in a bottle. With all the excellent microbreweries downtown, it might be easy to overlook some of the… [Read More…]

Wilmington, North Carolina: A Top 100 Place to Live

November 9, 2020

If you are a prospective homebuyer looking for a new place to call your own, you have probably seen “Wilmington, North Carolina,” in your online searches. You might have even heard friends saying they are “moving down South to Wilmington.” Between having multiple beaches, shopping, dining, and a lot of historical charm, the greater Wilmington area was recently ranked number 43 in the top 100 places to live in America… [Read More…]

Autumn Home Decorations

October 26, 2020

Be it the leaves of the local crepe myrtle trees changing to a rustic orange or residents placing pumpkins on their porches, there is a lot of beauty in the welcoming of Fall. These are few easy tips you can follow to make your house the talk of the block at Brunswick Forest! The historical significance of Autumn is in the symbolism of harvesting. In ages past, cultures would celebrate… [Read More…]

No Time Like an Oyster Roast!

October 12, 2020

There’s a lot to love about the Autumn season in the greater Wilmington area. Slightly cooler temperatures, leaves changing amongst historic backdrops, and plenty of food to enjoy. October is a great time to get out and enjoy where you live. One of the most common Southern traditions on the Carolina coast this time of year is without a doubt, a good old’ fashioned oyster roast! Oyster roasts are not… [Read More…]