Admit it. At one time or another you’ve wanted to quit the game of golf. Not just a club-throwing, wedge-bending, ball-throwing-in-the-pond moment—an all-out, clubs-in-the-basement and tend-to-the-garden-for-the-rest-of-the-summer moment. For most of […]
Rena Howard Wilmington Rena is a breast cancer survivor and Trustee Emeritae of DBCC’s Board of Directors. She is a Peer Mentor and volunteers at DBCC’s resale shop, Great Stuff. […]
Avoid a crowd. Place trees, shrubs and large perennials so they will have room to grow. If you don’t, the plants soon will be too close for comfort. If the […]
Hitting A High Note: Musical performers share the spotlight with a solid menu at World Cafe Live at the Queen.
Drinko de Mayo: Whether it’s tequila, brandy or a coffee liqueur—celebrate with spirit.
If you don’t know how to pronounce the full name of DiMeo’s Pizzaiuoli Napulitani, don’t feel bad. “People ask all the time,” says owner Antimo DiMeo, “but sometimes it doesn’t […]
Feeling Right at Home: The Hurds had lived in nearly a dozen different homes before they found the perfect fit.
Edible plants nurture the body as well as the soul. Valerie Cordrey, of East Coast Garden Center in Millsboro, makes jam from the kumquats that grow on a tree she […]
Even a jot of a garden can be paradise. The trick is to optimize the space you have—and if you can’t go out, go up. “Think about plants that climb,” […]
Budding gardeners can plant the seeds of success by choosing bulbs, blooms and other growing things that can stand up to bad weather, pests and other forces of nature. You […]
Imagine an infrastructure featuring the large, flexible leaves of an oakleaf hydrangea, the tiny, shiny foliage of boxwoods and the long, languid needles of a Scotch pine. The trick is […]
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas! May 4-19 Lookin’ for a good time? Mosey on over to the Wilmington Drama League and check out Miss Mona’s Chicken Ranch. Wilmington Drama […]
Brandywine Harp Orchestra May 2 The orchestra features “Now Is the Month of Maying” and other works reveling in spring. Music School of Delaware, 4101 Washington St., Wilmington, 762-1132, wilmingtonmusic.org […]
For the Sake of Art: New Works by Alan Tuttle Thru May 27 This exhibit runs the gamut, with works inspired by the Adirondack Mountains, landscapes of Delaware, self-portaits, pieces […]
Painted Poetry: The Art of Mary Page Evans Thru July 15 Wilmington-based painter Mary Page Evans works directly from nature to capture a specific landscape, figure, tree or sky, making […]
The Sound of Music May 5-6 St. Thomas More Academy presents this Rodgers and Hammerstein classic at the Schwartz Center. Schwartz Center for the Arts, 226 S. State St., Dover, […]
DCAD Scholarship Gala May 3 The Delaware College of Art and Design presents a sale of student work, a silent auction and live entertainment by Gina Roche at the World […]
Editor’s Pick: Dover Days May 4-6 Dover Days unites heritage, tradition and modern attractions in a free-admission festival for the whole family. doverdaysfestival.com Merchants’ Sidewalk Sale May 4-6 Find bargains […]
Events Galas and Benefits Family Museums and History Galleries Music Theater Deadline for the July issue is May 7. TO GET LISTED, email photographs and information to firstname.lastname@example.org or send […]
When the inimitable David Bromberg puts on a show, anything could happen, especially when you add top-notch singers and a rockin’ big band. See the fireworks when the guitar virtuoso […]
Click here to see photos from this party. Throwback Hollywood glamour found itself right at home on the Wilmington Riverfront at the American Heart Association’s Heart Ball. Guests walked the […]
Click here to see photos from this party. All it took was one eyeful of Southern Lights of Life honorary chair Patricia Key for me to know that this gala […]
The gentleman standing on the dock on the Indian River Bay—north of Bethany Beach—is W. Emerson Wilson, a former editor of the Wilmington Morning News. Wilson spearheaded the restoration of […]