Whether you’re in the mood for boozy pumpkin ice cream or a hot spiked cider, here are great places around ...
The Wilmington restaurant's owner, Abundancechild Xi-El, says her passion lies in "the alchemy of using plants in creating works of art that satisfy the palate."
Kurt Foreman has grand business visions for the First State. Here, he tells us about how he’s getting to know Delaware on a personal level, his early career aspirations and more.
Barn Hill Preserve of Delaware in Frankford supports its conservation mission by offering educational, interactive animal experiences.
Restful retreats in Greenville and Newark offer peaceful living and room to move.
This year’s annual Sea Witch Festival at the Delaware beaches has been cancelled due to COVID-19, but festivities continue throughout the month of October.
An Arden couple runs the eccentric store and museum, which features a vast array of curious things from the world of science and the paranormal.
Discover’s Eat It Forward program awards coronavirus prize money to Black-owned businesses across the country.
A self-titled 'experientialist' offers Delawareans "The Revisionists: A Haunted Victorian Walk", an event that's part theatrical experience and part history lesson.
There are options for those who need help financing energy renovations for their homes.
Not all energy upgrades to older homes involve hiring contractors and spending thousands of dollars. Even small, do-it-yourself projects can conserve energy and make the environment greener.
We give you our top picks in entertainment this month, plus virtual and socially-distant events around the state to add to your calendar.
The French brasserie recently opened in Wilmington for indoor dining, outdoor dining and takeout—and soon a new brunch menu will be added to the rotation.
Registered Nurses are increasingly finding that an understanding of the law is becoming a critical core competency AND a way for them to advance in their careers.
If you’re looking to drink with friends for a good cause this weekend, OktoBEER Fest in Wilmington has got you covered.
From apple picking to cattle gazing, fun autumn activities await just over the state line.
At Ashton Pools by Design, their experts are all about outdoor living with “a beautiful space you can enjoy outside the home.” Imagine preparing dinner with the family around the outdoor pizza oven, sipping wine ...
Here's how the Wilmington eatery's new executive chef, Dwain Kalup, is reinventing the plate—and how 'dining out' is done during the pandemic.
Dubbed the "House of the Seven Sins" by neighbors, this unconventional home blends historic architecture with modern amenities.
As the coronavirus spread like wildfire, Delaware’s innovative healthcare providers ramped up virtual care at lightning speed.
Chef Danio Somoza-Angel is upping the food truck game with Coastline Craft Kitchen.
These are our state's best medical practitioners, as voted by their peers.
Go Vegan will offer soul food but with a plant-based twist.
New York-based designer Ruthie Davis teamed up with University of Delaware students to create a shoe collection that moves beyond fashion.
The food hall, which has been closed since March due to COVID-19, will reopen with a new online ordering system for takeout or dine in.
The coffee shop and art gallery is expanding to the Lower Market Street area of downtown Wilmington in early October.