Delaware Today March 2020

Relocate to One of Delaware’s Most Popular Neighborhoods

From historic city homes to secluded spots surrounded by nature, we take you on a stroll of Delaware’s hottest neighborhoods to live and play.

Our Staff Picks for Great Delaware Beer, Wine and Cocktails

Every month, Delaware Today heads to a local establishment to taste-test libations. Our favorites will make a splash here.

Score Great Finds at These Bridgeville Antique Shops

Antique Alley and Downtown Alley, both in Bridgeville, make a rewarding stop on your quest for the quaint.

This Local Woman Started a Philanthropic Clothing Brand

Greenville's Wendy Summer founded Zaanha, a collection of fashion accessories aimed at supporting master artisans and funding education for children in need.

How Do Spouses Figure Out What’s Important to Each Other?

Delawarean Matt Sullivan says that showing you’re at least trying helps.
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Meet the Delaware Resident Healing Divides Through Comedy

Comedian Ed Blaze hopes to bring people together with tales of his native Tanzania.

Wilmington Native Dan Pfeiffer Aims to Save Democracy in New Book

The former Obama White House staffer and Democratic-leaning political podcast co-host recently released his second book, "Un-Trumping America."

Buying a Home in Delaware? Look No Further Than Kent County

Not only are homes cheaper than in other parts of the state, but the middle county also offers plenty of services and things to do.

How Kent County Colleges are Preparing Students for Delaware’s Workforce

As Kent County grows with employment demands, the surrounding colleges and universities are producing the next class of perfect job candidates.

Over 25 Can’t-Miss Kent County Festivals

Delaware’s middle county is becoming an epicenter for events full of music, food and fun.
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