Here’s Everything to Do Around Delaware This Month Mark your calendar for these incredible art events, festivals and more throughout the First State during August. Delaware Restaurants Offering Takeout, Delivery and Dine-In During a time of limitations for restaurants due to COVID-19, here is a directory of local eateries still open for business. Where to Shop Online Locally During the Coronavirus Pandemic As Delaware’s stay-at-home ordinances during the COVID-19 crisis grow tighter, some local shops and boutiques have moved their sales online. Ways to Support the Delaware Community During COVID-19 From supporting relief funds to donating supplies, here's how to give back to local businesses and healthcare workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. How to Practice Self-Care During Times of Crisis Delaware’s wellness gurus give tips on how to self-pamper our physical, mental and emotional well-being during stressful times. 4 Tips for Seeking Calm in Uncertain Times A professional from the Mental Health Association in Delaware weighs in on how to take care of yourself in the wake of pandemic anxiety. Mortgage Rates & Buyer Intensity Are on the Rise in Delaware With mortgage interest rates at the highest mark since 2009, there’s an extra layer of urgency in a market with demand already raising prices. Historic Odessa Is a Journey to the Past in the First State Historic Odessa secured an endowment to sustain many historic sites and future programs including tours and school field trips. The Cambria Hotel Offers a Taste of Luxury in Rehoboth The hotel is under construction and will offer luxuries like cabanas and a tiki bar to Rehoboth visitors. The catch? You won't see the beach. Bardea Steak Is Not Your Average Delaware Steakhouse Bardea Steak, the highly anticipated Wilmington eatery, is finally open and serving up America's favorite protein. Here’s What to Do Around Delaware This Weekend There's plenty to do this weekend in Delaware, including Fine Art Friday in Rehoboth Beach and the 2022 Wyoming Peach Festival. Joey Saienni Defied the Odds, and So Can You When Joey Saienni (pronounced sigh-annie) first opened his company, Delaware Scalp Micropigmentation, it represented more than just a business venture. It was a milestone; the culmination of a life spent determined to improve his situation. It was the product of sleepless nights and a refusal to settle for anything less than he felt he deserved. […] Delaware Author Ivy Smoak Writes Internationally Loved Stories Smoak started self-publishing romance novels after multiple attempts to get published. Now, people from all over the world love her stories. Give Your Delaware Home Deep Sea Vibes With These Pieces This trove of sea-inspired pieces from around Delaware is everything you need to keep the summer vibes going this season. Our Night Out Supports Wilmington’s LGBTQ+ Community Plenty of people show support for the LGBTQ+ community during Pride month, but these Delaware organizations focus on the community all year long. Call of the Sun at Delaware Art Museum Honors Indigenous Culture Call of the Sun is an opportunity to honor Indigenous culture through an interactive event including a blessing ceremony and an art session. Old World Breads Is a Beloved Neighborhood Bakery in Lewes Old World Breads has become a staple in Lewes and the community always anticipates the unique seasonal selections of baked goods. CEO Logan Herring Talks Menswear From Suits to Sweatsuits Logan Herring, CEO of Kingswood Community Center and the Warehouse, is a natural-born advocate with great fashion sense. A Delaware Mother Uses Art to Heal From Postpartum Depression While navigating postpartum depression, Veronica 'Vero' Chandler turned to painting—and a sacred Pueblo doll—to heal. Exceptional Black-Owned Businesses to Support in Delaware Many business owners of color face disparate challenges. Here are a few black-owned businesses to support in a variety of sectors.