No Valentine? No problem! These events around Delaware are all about celebrating Valentine's Day with friends—no romance necessary!
Artwork is on display at Delaware State University's Arts Center/Gallery through March 18.
The performance will begin at 8 p.m., followed by a spectacular fireworks display around 9:30 p.m.
Book editor John Sweeney praises John Dickinson as "an example of what a political leader should be."
The performances will take place June 16–17.
Here's what's on the foundation's horizon.
The Brandywine River Museum of Art's 47th annual event takes place May 26–28.
Pablo Picasso's daughter-in-law spoke to students about the importance of art.
Held every May since 1924, this cant-miss event promises fun for the whole family.
His band, Welles, is playing at The Queen in Wilmington on Wednesday, May 9.
OperaDelaware is celebrating popular Puccini works and much more, April 28–May 6.
To commemorate the 454rd anniversary of the famous writer's birth, Delaware Shakespeare is hosting a Bard-filled lunchtime event on Saturday, April 21.
The new project aims to start cross-generational conversations, plus collect oral histories for future generations.
The artist is playing Arden Gild Hall this Friday, April 20. Her seventh studio album, 'Sister Orchid,' drops next month.
What began as a simple statement about women in business erupted into a global call for collaboration.
The event on March 16–17 will feature work from over 65 artists.
Deanna Fitzpatrick is headlining a "spirit-gathering" event this Friday, March 23.
Triumph over Adversity on Tuesday, Feb. 20, will be a tribute to the endurance of the human spirit.
The former poet laureate of Delaware now serves as the state coordinator for Poetry Out Loud, which holds state finals at Dover High School on Tuesday, Feb. 27.
Catch the Newark artist performing in Wilmington this February and March.
The Newark writer will lead a workshop during the Delaware Festival of Words at Thomas McKean High School on Thursday, Feb. 15.
Kim Klabe will demonstrate her unusual method at the Peninsula Gallery in Lewes Feb. 17–18.
Funny Bone on Feb. 8 will benefit the Mental Health Association in Delaware.
The musician talks about his latest release, the coolest artists he’s shared the stage with, and the time he performed at a nudist colony.
The city's 10-day celebration of David Bowie will conclude with "A Night of Stardust," a tribute concert that sold out last year at Wilmington's World Cafe Live (now The Queen).