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Rob Kalesse

  • Your Ultimate Guide to Delaware's Arts Scene

    Meet the newest leaders of local organizations, plus others who have made a huge impact.
  • Tuned In: Rick Jensen, Susan Monday Go Statewide

    The WDEL hosts bring more than 40 years of experience to Delaware’s “trusted source for news.”
  • Love Seed Mama Jump, Beloved Cover Band, Turns 25

    When you've been the region’s most popular cover band for 25 years, the question is not, How long can I keep swillin’ Jägermeister and stage diving? It is, Will the fans ever let go?
  • 'Watercraft of the World' Buoys the Copeland Maritime Center

    Bob and Marilyn Forney's extensive collection of model ships is on permanent display at the museum.
  • The Kalmar Nyckel Sails into a New Era

    The Copeland Maritime Center keeps the adventure alive all year round.
  • Local Writer Uncovers Untold Story of Lincoln Assassination

    A visit to the Petersen House, where President Lincoln died, inspired Kathy Canavan's latest project.
  • Mike Miller

     Photo by Joel Plotkin Since the day Mike Miller accepted the position of chief executive officer at the Delaware Art Museum in 2013, he has known the job was temporary. Two-and-a-half years later, after weathering a financial crisis that forced the board of trustees to sell valuable works of art to replenish its endowment in 2014, […]
  • Morris Stroud

     Photo by Joel Plotkin When it was announced in September that board member Morris Stroud would be joining George “Frolic” Weymouth as co-chair of the Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art, many in the art community thought the promotion would put Stroud in line to be Weymouth’s successor. However, Weymouth, who has been on the board […]
  • Alan Jordan

     Photo by Joel Plotkin As Alan Jordan settles into his new post as executive director of the Delaware Symphony Orchestra, the New Jersey native seems perturbed. He believes that, despite more than a century of concerts and performances across the state, the symphony is still viewed mainly as a Wilmington organization. “The orchestra has a very […]
  • Charles Guerin

     Photo by Joel Plotkin Trained as a painter in the late 1970s, Charles Guerin is now surrounded by oil-on-canvas pieces from as early as the Baroque and Rococo (1680-1785) periods through the Contemporary at Dover’s Biggs Museum. As the new executive director, Guerin’s main goal is institutional. “Based on my discussion with the board, staff and […]