The HMS De Braak is perhaps Delaware’s most famous shipwreck, but it is far from the only one. Here are a few others.
Ken Burns' follow-up to "Baseball" airs on PBS in September. Delaware Today recently interviewed the Delaware native.
All the beach is a stage in Coastal Sussex.
Oliver Cropper worked to save the Fenwick Lighthouse. There’s no place he’d rather be.
The fall and winter are a great time to sample new vintages at area restaurants and stores. Look for special events at these places.
Home prices are low and so are lending rates. If you’ve ever wanted a home at the beach…
Every year brings more things to do between summers. Here’s the rundown.
Local restaurants host special events for wine lovers. Plus, visit a museum that’s a real treasure, enjoy the best events, and more.
Life is more predictable than we realize. So what’s the point of DNA testing? Well, if you must know…
The creative minds behind Chelsea Tavern believe in bold flavor, good taste and some culinary wit. It’s a winning combination.
A new urban farm means good food for all—and a great market for localvores.
“The Color Purple” makes a stop at the DuPont Theatre. Plus, the Brandywine Festival of the Arts returns, the Bethany Beach Jazz Funeral turns 25, and more.
The Gabby Guy breaks bread with the tastemakers who will help determine the new menu for a makeover of a supremely stylish Wilmington restaurant, then gorges on great food and great dish at the annual ...
A historic home in a historic city neighborhood proved just right for the Burke family.
Slide behind the chair with Delaware’s beauty experts. They know your secrets. Now, here are some of theirs.
An oil spill the size of the BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico is not likely to happen in our waters. Still, the state has a plan—just in case.
Sister authors hope to heal through writing. Plus, Blue Hens fashion a green dress, Barry Schlecker is the life behind the parties, and more.
If ever you get tired of the view, try looking through different eyes. A refreshed vision of the state is an amazing thing.
The murder of policemen changes entire cities. It changed little Georgetown, too, but in a way no one ever expected.
We asked the directors of our esteemed arts organizations to name one exhibit or performance that you absolutely must see. Here are their picks.
Was the firing of Delaware Theatre Company’s artistic director motivated by a controversial play, or was it something else?
Money makes the world go ’round, but how much green does it take to run Delaware? Take a peek at some of your neighbors’ paychecks in our latest Salary Survey.
Held at the Executive Banquet & Conference Center in Newark on May 20th. About 155 people raised $10,000 for the Essentials of Life Fund.
Held at the Chase Center on the Riverfront on May 20th. About 375 participants helped raise $120,000 for the Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League