At DuPont Country Club, Wilmington, December 12.
At Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, January 22. About 240 people helped raise more than $69,000 for Bayhealth cancer centers in Milford and Dover
At Biggs Museum of Modern Art , Dover, December 31. About 200 guests attended this fundraiser for temporary exhibitions and educational programming at the museum.
At The Grand Opera House, Wilmington, December 4. More than $100,000 was raised for The Grand’s community engagement programs.
Foundation dove in more than 10 years ago. Its leaders say they won’t give up
education system becomes a model for the world.
It’s a very special occurrence when a house becomes a home—even if that home needs a new roof, a new water heater...
Local. Fresh. White. Plus, the Celebrity Chef brunch survival guide and more.
dishes for more tapas, mezze
courses and flatbreads. It’s working.
You won’t see Delaware Children’s Theatre founder Marie
Swajeski on stage, but you will feel her presence everywhere.
UD’S REP presents “O Beautiful.” Plus, Rehoboth Beach fetes Italy, the children’s theater is still going strong and more.
The developmental disorder known as autism has gained much attention as the number of cases continue to grow. Is there an epidemic, or is something else behind the increase? Plus, Kent General Hospital goes robotic ...
Floral-patterned plates will add pizzazz to any occasion. Plus, A seriously fabulous find and a local detergent makes laundry irresistible.
A rug can change a room entirely. If you’re shopping, consider this.
In designing a beach house from the dunes up, a family gets the rare opportunity to build its own sand castle.
Local style experts highlight the hottest fashions for the season. Plus, a salon goes green and original jewelery makes the Rehoboth Art League shine.
From tippling an orange crush during Winter Gala in Dewey to admiring a very swank dinner jacket at Southern Lights of Life to the fabulous Red Ribbon Runway, your Gabby had more fun this month ...
Norman Oliver has shifted from basketball and politics to
entrepreneurship. His new development of housing for low-income
buyers may seal his reputation as someone who just wants to do good.
Photo booths and chocolate fountains are out. Web sites and fancy new desserts are most definitely in. Here’s to planning a party that’s right in style.
Local eyecare professionals discuss the most common eye issues, along with the latest in prevention and treatment.
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