Public Allies may be one of the most important nonprofits in the state, and that couldn’t make its participants happier.
A woman. An iPod. An epiphany.
Some kids played with whirligigs in the 1800s. Annie Jump Cannon had stars in her eyes; always wondering how many balls of gas burned in the heavens. Born in Dover […]
Something BluesWhere will you see the next Bonnie Raitt? At the Riverfront Blues Fest, Aug. 5-7 at Tubman-Garrett Riverfront Park in Wilmington, where you can see 23-year-old guitar phenom Joanne […]
In a summer packed with fun events, The Freeman Stage reaches a zenith this month with Tribute Week, when some of the best performers in the business pay homage to […]
When it comes to style, this photog gets the picture.
Click here to see the photos! Hal Great Thou ArtDelaware College of Art & Design did it up in grand style on May 5 for its Fifth Annual Scholarship Gala […]
Click here to see the photos! Masters BlasterYour dear Gabby thinks it’s fabulous to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon schmoozing with the well-heeled, especially when I can dine on gourmet […]
Lyman Chen, Wilmington Realtor and actor The Empire Strikes Back I was 8 when my mother took me to a packed theater in May of 1980. It was my first […]
An original artist movement has begun. The music made her do it. A couple years ago, Gayle Dillman hired musician Jeremy Hebbel to teach her daughter how to play guitar […]
Quinn McColgan recently starred in the HBO miniseries “Mildred Pierce,” in which she played the daughter of Oscar winner Kate Winslet. Quinn, who just completed third grade at Worcester Preparatory […]
More than 129,000 Delaware children receive free or reduced-price lunches during the school year, but only 27 percent of those children receive those meals during the summer. This means that […]
Lucinda William, outgoing executive director of the Delaware Symphony Orchestra I came to Delaware Symphony an orchestra elitist, believing only major metropolitan cities have world class orchestras. What makes a […]
20 Date of this year’s festival (August) 57 Bushels of peaches sold by the Middletown Historical Society 100 Peaches in a bushel […]
Jill Fella loves watching the “Real Housewives” reality series on Bravo, but she hates the stereotype the show creates: That women value money and wealth over everything. So, Fella is […]
Souper Woman—This hero needs no cape—just a ladle.
Stood Up and Let Down I wrote Delaware Today expressing interest in one of the “Top Singles” featured in the April issue. (In the interest of protecting his identity, I […]
Three VIPs and me.
Sovana Bistro Why we love it: Nick Farrell’s locally inspired, uptown cuisine transfers well to a pizza crust canvas. And it wouldn’t be Sovana without grilled wild ramps, English peas, […]
Piccolina Toscana Why we love it:Through all its incarnations, Dan Butler’s flagship Toscana keeps his hearth-baked pizzettes at the heart of the menu. The pie to try:Pizzette di Parma Tender […]
Pizza by Elizabeths Why we love it:By now you know the story of perfectly posh and adorably named pizzas done up California-style at PBE. The challenge for regulars is sticking […]
Peace A Pizza Why we love it:You don’t order plain cheese pizza at Peace A (that’d be akin to ordering vanilla at Baskin-Robbins). Toppings here swing from all over the […]
Mancini’s Brick Oven Pizzeria Why we love it:With its Naples Pizza Association-approved recipes, Mancini’s is in a class of its own. It’s also one of the few places around to […]
Luca Ristorante Why we love it:Equipped with a brick oven (mercifully, not located in the brick-lined bank vault), chef Joe Churchman and crew deliver crisp, uptown pizzas. Thin crust, fortified […]
Half Full Why we love it:Oblong pizzas from the tiny cedar-shake shack fit so well into the Lewes culinary landscape. The crispy, seasonal pies are topped with the likes of […]