After 17 months of extreme renovations the Delaware Museum of Nature and Science in Wilmington will open to the public beginning May 23.
As summer approaches, there are many music festivals planned around Delaware. Bookmark this guide so you don't miss a thing.
Mark your calendar for these incredible art events, well-known musicals, and more throughout the First State during May.
Tatnall graduate Zach Baylin talks about growing up in the First State, making it in Hollywood and working with Will Smith.
Want to learn about the history of jazz in Wilmington? This book by local radio host Steven Leech tells all there is to know.
Horses aren’t the only creatures that run, jump and compete at Willowdale. The Jack Russell Terrier Races remain a Willowdale tradition.
A Philadelphia man retraces Harriet Tubman's 142-mile journey along the Underground Railroad across Delaware 165 years later.
Want to experience the First State's culture and history firsthand? Visit one of Delaware's many museums! Here's a list of over 30 museums.
Summers are for enjoying outdoor concerts, and this Selbyville venue can't be beat when it comes to live music in the First State.
For this Wilmington mom of seven, a COVID-19 hobby has become a fun business oppawtunity that's garnered an online following.
Owner Rob Martinelli reflects on the last four decades since his family acquired the First State's largest magazine publication.
The Bear Drive-In's first season last summer attracted Delawareans in droves with its concession stand, COVID-19 protocol and more.
Missed the beauty of the Delaware Botanic Gardens? The beloved destination is open once more, with a few new updates to boot.
Margie Mays got her start on American Idol. Now, the Delaware native brings her performance skills to the theater for a beloved role.
Catch The Barber of Seville by OperaDelaware at The Grand on February 25 and 27 for a once-in-a-lifetime performance.
Delaware native Jocelyn Zavala Garcia’s contest-winning backpack with Herschel Supply Company highlights the need for change in immigration.
A local creative discovered that making humorous art can be a stitch as she sells her embroidery at festivals around the First State.
Two Wilmington creatives are launching a gateway for Delaware developers to review works by local artists to include in their renderings.
These inspiring and outstanding directors of arts and cultural institutions in Delaware have one thing in common: They’re all women.
A metropolis in Delaware, Wilmington brings an extensive foodie scene, a rich history and picturesque outdoor views to the First State.