Dan Metz

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25 Delaware Activities to Melt Away the Winter Blues

Don’t let the post-holiday doldrums drag you down. Here are 25 ways to embrace the winter season and have some fun.

The First State Force Band Promotes Anti-Bullying in Schools

Delaware's law enforcement officers team up to put an anti-bullying message to a kid-friendly beat.

At 2SP Brewing, Fresh and Creative Local Beer Takes Center Stage

With a surge in the number of Delaware breweries in recent years, Two Stones Pub's brewing company aims to stand out in the crowd.

A Look at the Milton Theatre’s Century-Plus History and Revitalization

Here's how the historic Milton Theatre in Delaware has been resurrected by the non-profit Calliope Project for future use.

This Woman Came Out of Retirement to Resurrect a Wilmington Bookstore

For her next chapter, 79-year-old Connie Maglio returned to Around Again & Again Books, breathing new life into the previously shuttered store.

How The Comic Book Shop Has Created a Haven for Diversity and Inclusion

Now in its 30th year, the North Wilmington business reminds underdogs that they're heroes, too.

Delaware Rallies Public and Private Resources to Fight the Opioid Crisis

With no end to the opioid epidemic in sight, the state is taking new measures to fight addiction and foster recovery for Delawareans.

Wilmington's Memorial Day Parade is the Oldest in the Nation

The annual May 30 event is more than 150 years old.

Brimming Horn Meadery's Viking Festival Returns June 7-9

The second annual Party Like It’s 793 will bring heavy metal music and medieval flair back to Milton.

These Are Delaware’s Top Outdoor Attractions

Hundreds of adventures await in the First State's natural landscapes.

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