Save energy and money while creating a healthier, more comfortable home. In this special supplement, find out about rebate and incentive programs offered by the state’s Sustainable Energy Utility, and discover some helpful energy-saving tips. ...
Chores and the structure of everyday life—if there is a typical everyday life.
One thing about our restaurant scene: It’s never boring. With new places opening and some makeovers happening with old friends, it’s time to rediscover local dining.
…but that doesn’t prevent diva Iva from having a ball back home.
War funks it up at The Grand. Plus, the Rehoboth Art League hangs at the Biggs in Dover, and City Theatre Company builds community.
Laughter really may be the best medicine. Two local experts explain why. Plus, a new laser could reduce chronic pain, and a doctor has strict orders about maintaining your heart health.
Visit a new home built with environmentally friendly materials that will also allow the homeowners to age in place. Plus, see how local designers put the living back in living rooms, create your own professional ...
Two rogue fashionistas saddle up and ride their wildest fashion fantasies across a Wild West of cool looks. Plus, Bombshell Beauty works wonders on your ’do, and the Pink Turtle boutique-gift shop is all about ...
Gabby hits "Annie" at Wilmington Drama League and, inspired, calls on local arts leaders for 2011 highlights. It's going to be a great year.
In leading an independent review of breakdowns in the wake of the Earl Bradley case, Linda Ammons drew upon her vast life experiences.
The one thing Christine O’Donnell has learned, a Special Olympian brings home the gold, Delebrity film critic Patrick Stoner shares his favorite flicks, and filmmaker-bar mogul Alex Pires is putting Dewey on reality TV's map.
If you doubt Fred Comegys’ cultural significance, just look at his work.
For nearly 50 years News Journal photographer Fred Comegys has reflected local life through distinctive images. Take a peek at Delaware Art Museum's exhibition of his work.
The farm-to-table movement is sweeping the state. Why? Supporting local farms builds communities—and fresh food just plain tastes better. Here are some restaurants at the fore of the movement.