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WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE DELAWARE ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT WORLD

Gallery 37 Celebrates National Poetry Month

Head to Milford for a special reading and art opening.

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The Freeman Stage Promises A Spectacular Lineup

A season full of dance, theater and live music never looked so good.

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Delaware Public Archives Teaches Preservation Techniques

From paper documents to digital technology, Sarah Denison shares the best approach to preserving your history.

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Just Around the Corner: Chadds Ford Art Sale and Show

Free to attend, this even will feature works by more than 70 professional artists.

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JoAnn Balingit and Lindsey Warren Command the Stage

Don't miss Delaware's Poet Laureate when Dreamstreets Downtown presents its monthly reading.

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Victoria Wyeth Speaks Again on March 19

The Brandywine River Museum of Art will welcome back Victoria Wyeth to repeat her previously sold-out talk.

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Delaware Shakespeare Festival Program Explores Societal Barriers.

"Kate Speaks," DSF's 2015 Community Cornerstone Project, strives to "spark conversation."

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Biggs Museum Presents 'William D. White: Vision and Voice'

The first of its kind, this exhibition will showcase the art of a forgotten local artist with an impressive repertoire.

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Photo Beach Bash Comes to Rehoboth

The Coastal Camera Club's annual event will take place on March 15 and features several guest speakers and stunning photo exhibits.

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Exciting Events Coming to the John Dickinson Plantation

Two great tours take place in February, wrapping up African American History Month before spring activities arrive.

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'First Comes Love' Exhibition Features LGBTQ Couples

Accompanied by their personal stories, "First Comes Love" is a moving portrait collection by B. Proud.

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Mechanical Hall Gallery Presents 'Forget Me Not: Photography between Poetry and Politics'

Drawn from the University Museums’ African American art collection, “Forget Me Not” foregrounds the photographic arts as testimony and remembrance, aesthetic document and encomium.

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Delaware Art Museum Displays Works Inspired by Oscar Wilde

Featuring lithographs, engravings and illustrations, “Oscar Wilde's Salomé: Illustrating Death and Desire” is a must-see.

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Resident Ensemble Presents 'The Millionairess'

Guest director Ian Belknap's creative exploration of the haves and the have nots makes this play especially entertaining.

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Live Broadcast of 'The Merry Widow' at Cape Henlopen High School Theater

Presented by the Rehoboth Beach Film Society and the Cape Henlopen Educational Foundation.

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Somerville Manning Gallery Spans Six Decades of Wyeth

Oil paintings, watercolors and mixed media art make up this fabulous exhibition.

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