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First for Friday, May 24, 2013 - A look at Delaware Governor Jack Markell's second term
She’s certainly got her work cut out for her. As the new police chief takes office, crime continues to plague Wilmington, which could have drastic effects on the city’s arts and culture organizations.
The best practitioners in nine fields as chosen by Delaware Today readers.
The best practitioners in nine fields as chosen by their peers.
Fear of the dentist is pretty common in most people, and this is hardly a secret to dentists. Luckily, practitioners like Wahl ensure their patients are well educated on the technology, procedure and outcome of ...
As someone who completes two to three times the state requirement of 30 hours every two years, it’s safe to say Rowen knows his stuff.
With three generations of patients in and out of his office, Quinn and his daughter and partner Julie Nies are making their Kent County practice truly a family affair.
Wisdom teeth are no match for Spera, but that’s not all he does. Oral and maxillofacial surgery involves a wide range of skills and procedures, including tissue engineering, working with oncologists and bone grafting.
The top practitioners in nine fields as chosen by their peers. PLUS: Readers’ choice dentists in seven categories.
Photographs from the Next Generation of the Delaware Community Foundation’s Chips for Charity event in Wilmington on March 2, 2013.
Photographs from Delaware’s MidAtlantic Wine + Food Festival on March 6-10, 2013.
Shop till you drop: from comic books to antiques, Newark’s shopping district has something for everyone—and then some.
Downtown looking up: Newark’s business district is booming, thanks to partnerships and a successful project on South Main Street.
Dining around the world: Newark’s restaurant scene is as tasty as it is diverse.
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The art of the matter: the local arts scene, which boasts an orchestra and ballet, is alive and well.
Heavy hitter: Jack Markell racked up early victories as governor, but he’s taken some tough shots of late. Could the likable leader have his sights set on an even bigger prize?
PLUS: Treasures opens in Lewes and Jane & Georgie moves into a new space on Rehoboth Avenue.
The Fenwick Island business is debuting nighttime excursions on standup paddleboards for watersport enthusiasts.
Sony Electronics opened in February, with Pandora also available for jewelry fiends.
There’s no need to shell out big bucks for one-of-a-kind finds at the beach. Opt for gently used, once-owned or vintage wares from the beaches’ growing collection of these eclectic boutiques.
PLUS: Beach Liquors opens in the Bay Plaza Shopping Center of Fenwick Island.
Candy Kitchen has nothing on Edie Bees Confection Shop, but if it’s spice you’re after, Peppers and The Spice & Tea Exchange hit the spot.
Candy, vintage and jewelry, oh my! Ditch the outlets (just for the day) and head into smaller beach towns for great shopping.
The Philly-by-way-of-the-beaches restaurateur brings more than just dinner to hungry vacationers. His restaurants provide a culinary experience to today’s savvier diners, including the recently reopened Rose & Crown in Lewes.
The 2012 Rehoboth Citizen of the Year, Coluzzi’s resumé reads long and impressive: city commissioner for six years, founder of the Rehoboth Beach Farmers’ market, president of the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal Improvement Association…and yes, we could ...
As Lewes’ deputy mayor and the co-owner of the Inn at Canal Square, Becker’s priorities are preserving Lewes’ historical value, keeping the big-box stores at bay and fostering community engagement.
The president and CEO of Carl M. Freeman Cos. has not only led several property development initiatives, but she’s also helped to cultivate a growing arts and culture outlet in Freeman Stage productions.
Civic leaders, investors and more keep Delaware’s southern coast in business and continuously growing year-round.
Aside from the tempting Northern Italian fare, Megan and Joseph Churchman’s Rehoboth restaurant will feature Poor Little Rich Girl’s vintage wares—all of which are up for grabs.
What was once a go-to breakfast spot is now also a solid dinner destination for a casual night out. Did we mention there might be a liquor license in the works?
Rose & Crown returns to Lewes, while the old Captain’s Table in Dewey becomes the farm-to-plate Table and Taproom.
Eating at the beach doesn’t have to be all boardwalk fries and burgers (though we won’t blame you if it is). Fuel up the right way with juices, egg whites and more good stuff from ...
There’s nothing better in this world than having a sip and a bite by the water, and Dewey Beach’s Hammerheads and Hammerhead’s Dockside offer all three.
Get your foodie kicks in at the beach with Brazilian, Greek, Italian and other specialties without leaving the coastline.