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From childhood drawings to his current work, the Brandywine River Museum of Art dives deep into the artistry of the famous painter.
The Delaware chapter of the Americans of Polish Descent Cultural Society held its 52nd annual Jesienny Bal (Harvest Ball) Nov. 7 at the Hotel du Pont in Wilmington.
The Societa da Vinci held its 11th annual Vendemmia da Vinci Oct. 12 at Tubman-Garrett Riverfront Park in Wilmington.
Taco Reho doles out its namesake Mexican dish from a food truck in Rehoboth.
The legendary barbecue joint is back in a storefront and ready to serve you a mouth-watering meal.
A Newark shop delivers its baked goods till the wee hours of the morning.
Antica, a BYOB in Chadds Ford, Pa., shines in the hands of two veteran chefs.
For one couple, moving from a colonial to a condo didn’t require a sacrifice in lifestyle at all.
With brothers like these, who needs enemies?
Although Delaware does it differently than most states, the sought-after appointments often involve wheeling and dealing.
After 15 years, the First State Ballet Theatre faces a future without its founding pro-bono executive director. What next?
Can the formidable Sanford girls basketball team capture the perfect season? With Coach Marcus Thompson at the helm, they are ready for anything.
Milford students hope to expand their successful Million Acts of Kindness movement into a statewide initiative.
Granting schools local control might be exactly what they need to end the perpetual cycle of inferior education.
Murder mysteries delight throughout Sussex County as the Ovation Dinner Theatre travels from venue to venue.
A UD grad and Dr. Oz co-author writes a book about the truths behind shedding pounds.
Firestone is a man of many talents—playwright, producer, actor, arts columnist and youth soccer referee, to name a few. His current endeavors include his production of “Judy Garland, World’s Greatest Entertainer,” and running the nonprofit ...
Can your child get a $20,000-a-year education at a public school? Yes—if you find the right one.
Despite tough challenges, Delaware Catholic schools persevere by offering a redoubtable education with a good foundation of values.
Men can nip and tuck, too. Procedures like hair harvesting, wattle removal and ‘moob’ reduction are on the upswing.
Candid portraits taken by David Norbut of truckers tell the story of everyday lives.
Since the death of his famous father, Andrew Wyeth, the last in a succession of renowned painters explores strange new territory in his work. A major retrospective shows the evolution of an American artist.
What parents need to know about the region's schools.
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