Delaware Today September 2010

Taking a Look at Some of Delaware’s Most Famous Shipwrecks

The HMS De Braak is perhaps Delaware’s most famous shipwreck, but it is far from the only one. Here are a few others.

Q&A: Ken Burns

Ken Burns' follow-up to "Baseball" airs on PBS in September. Delaware Today recently interviewed the Delaware native.

That’s Entertainment!

All the beach is a stage in Coastal Sussex.

A Leading Light

Oliver Cropper worked to save the Fenwick Lighthouse. There’s no place he’d rather be.
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Time for More Wine

The fall and winter are a great time to sample new vintages at area restaurants and stores. Look for special events at these places.

Time to Buy?

Home prices are low and so are lending rates. If you’ve ever wanted a home at the beach…

Staying Busy at the Beach

Every year brings more things to do between summers. Here’s the rundown.

Fall Beach Guide

Local restaurants host special events for wine lovers. Plus, visit a museum that’s a real treasure, enjoy the best events, and more.

Genome, Sweet Genome

Life is more predictable than we realize. So what’s the point of DNA testing? Well, if you must know…
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