Pediatric dentist Rachel Maher is still amazed by the amount of decay she sees in her young patients. “I see several 5-year-olds a day with 10 to 15 cavities,” she […]
A Site to Behold: UD is working to fulfill the potential of its new Science and Technology Campus.
Restaurant Row: Main Street remains a culinary—and retail—destination.
Quite a Career: Roy Lopata spent 37 years helping shape Newark into the city it is today.
Wine and Sunshine: Pairing vino and food at the beach
The Great Gastropub: Bistro-style cuisine and a unique beer menu help make Ernest & Scott Taproom something to write home about.
Here’s the thing about buying steamed crabs at many crab houses: They’re often cooked in advance, then reheated, and chances are, they’re not local. Not so at Sambo’s Tavern in […]
Behold the bánh-mì, a sort of Vietnamese hoagie that’s winning converts in Newark via the new Banh-Mi Boy on Main Street. Start with a fresh baguette. Stack it with meat. […]
The Fantasticks June 29-July 8 The 1960 musical “The Fantasticks” makes a run at the Premier Centre for the Arts. 27 Anderson St., Middletown, 378-1384, pcade.com Little Shop of Horrors […]
Suzuki Academy: Orchestra Concert June 2 Julianne Murphy conducts a performance by the MSOD’s Suzuki Academy Concert Strings and Festival Strings. Music School of Delaware, 4101 Washington St., Wilmington, 762-1132, […]
Contraption: Devices in Art Thru June 24 Wearable, audible and usable, these playful sculptures encourage audience participation. Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, 200 S. Madison St., Wilmington, 656-6466, thedcca.org […]
Campus Community School Exhibition Thru June 24 The Biggs Museum features pieces created by Campus Community School students. Biggs Museum of American Art, 406 Federal St., Dover, 674-2111, biggsmuseum.org Mt. […]
editor’s pick Steamin’ Days June 3-Nov. 4 Auburn Heights Preserve is abuzz the first Sunday of each month with tours of Marshall Steam Museum exhibits. 3000 Creek Road, Yorklyn, auburnheights.org […]
Bike MS: Crankin’ for a Cure June 3 Bike through downtown Middletown, rural Delaware and Blackbird State Forest in support of the Delaware Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. […]
Spring Concert Series Thursdays thru June 21 Check out the tunes Thursdays in June at 7 p.m. on the Academy Lawn in Newark. enjoydowntownnewark.com editor’s pick Delaware By Hand Trunk […]
Events Galas and Benefits Family Museums and History Galleries Music Theater Deadline for August issue is June 4. TO GET LISTED, email photographs and information to email@example.com or send to: […]
The Delaware Center for Horticulture hosts a City Gardens Contest and People’s Choice Award on June 16-17. View flower gardens, water features, potted gardens, vegetable patches and outdoor artwork in […]
There are few entertainment bargains as good as The Freeman Stage in Fenwick Island. On June 15, join the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra and the U.S. Air Force Academy’s Blue Steel […]
There’s no question that k.d. lang possesses one of the most powerful voices in pop. See her and The Siss Boom Bang at The Grand Opera House in Wilmington on […]