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It is the biggest issue of the year from our content partner, Delaware Today. Editor-in-chief Maria Hess and publisher Robert Martinelli discuss the choices with Shirley Min on First.
The brainchild of University of Delaware alumna Leigh Ann Tona, I Don’t Give a Fork! takes on 65,000 concert-goers in its first year of business.
Giving My Son the Boot: An intelligent, well-educated young man is not necessarily a responsible young man.
PLUS: The Independence School 35th Anniversary Gala in photos.
No need to worry about who’s driving when Delaware Express Shuttle can handle everything for you.
Take advantage of a special Best of Delaware rate and enjoy the after party at the Fire & Ice Lounge.
Get a healthy dose of all the best things the state has to offer at Delaware Today’s annual Best Of celebration.
Hockessin-based Freakin’ Fresh expands its line of salsas.
Cider, man: An Eastern Shore winery turns TS Smith & Sons’ peaches into a sparkling cider.
Say cheese: Morgan & Gower Cheesemongers carries quite a selection.
Tractor beam: A former DuPonter has tractor fever.
911: Suicidal subject. A Rehoboth cop faces a man with a death wish.
Action Jacksons: This energetic couple turned a condo in Lewes into their dream vacation home—in just 10 short weekends.
The jokester, Team YoYoJam member and jack-of-all-tricks keeps a smile on the faces of patients and their parents, even through the toughest times.
Founded by Peggy Smith, Newark’s chapter raised $4,000 in its first year for projects in Asia, Africa and South America.
The late Pingatore was a salon owner, musician and songwriter for Bill Haley & His Comets, with a connection to the Fab Four to boot.
Longtime members and new residents have much to celebrate in the organization’s stride in the Claymont community, which include building a handicap-accessible playground in Bellevue State Park and other civic projects.
“The Legacy of Currier & Ives: Shaping the American Spirit” opens on July 4 and features a variety of lithographic prints from the iconic firm.
The star-studded performance roster includes Dierks Bentley and Trace Adkins, along with Victoria Justice and other rising stars.
Christian Macelaru conducts Thursday’s concert featuring Nicola Benedetti, and Sarah Hicks conducts Friday’s “The Hills are Alive—Nature and Music” program.
Each summer’s must-do event gets a charitable twist in 2013 with the inclusion of Faithful Friends and Safe Haven Animal Sancutary dogs assuming the role of Launce’s pooch, Crab.