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In this month’s issue of Delaware Today magazine, our content partner lists the top 80 ethnic restaurants in Delaware. While we couldn’t visit all 80 places, we checked out a few and learned that more ...
We go inside the homes in Rehoboth, Greenville and Wilmington and discover priceless works of art on display.
Hockessin’s Padi changes its name, Café Napoli family expands to Trolley Square, The Drip Café is more than just coffee and more.
Plus, New Generations Column Premieres
This family of four gathers in the family room to listen to music, read, and watch birds, rather than television.
As Presidents Day approaches, we take a look at the First State’s track record regarding voting the top dog into the White House
After a conversation with Spike Lee and studying filmmaking at the Tisch School of the Arts, Kiandra Parks carves out a spot for “Black Girl in Paris,” on network’s Black History Month lineup.
The Georgetown Fire Company’s Oyster Eat and the Lewes Fire Department’s Shrimp Feast pit the men against the women on the last Friday of February.
Students learn how to operate similar to a nonprofit’s board of directors, awarding grant money, conducting site visits and soliciting applications.
Listen to classics such as “Vincent (Starry Starry Night)” and “And I Love You So,” for one night only from the music legend.
Violet Oakley, who was a student of local illustrator Howard Pyle, was the first woman to receive a commission to paint a public mural.
Fans of the movie “42” will love this new play called “Everybody’s Hero: The Jackie Robinson Story.”