Delaware Beach Guide 2009

The newest stores and hottest restaurants, magnificent museums, the art of skimboarding, awesome events and more—look here for everything you need to know this summer.




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Beach Happenings

Summer Fun
A season full of festivals, concerts, plays, exhibitions and races offers something for everyone. By Becki Davis

In Store

Businesses Set Sale
From stationery and shapewear to big-box discount retailers, new stores run the gamut, and that’s good news for savvy shoppers. By Pam George

On the Water

Delaware is a mecca for skimming, which becomes more popular every year. Now, a new school helps youngsters develop quickly. By Pam George

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Getting Fresh
Farmers markets provide great foods to buyers and help local growers stay strong, even as beach development encroaches on their fields. By Pam George

History by the Sea
With the settlement of Lewes only a few years after Jamestown, Virginia, Sussex County history is truly a reflection of America’s roots. Thankfully, there are many distinctive museums to help tell the region’s story. Following are some of the best. By Mark S. Reeve

Beach Eats

Diversifying Dining
This season, the restaurant scene goes cosmo, offering more cuisines from around the world, but remembering local favorites, too. By Pam George

My Beach

Saltwater in My Veins
The beach life has been good to me, but the true joy is passing it on to our kids. By John “Critter” Kleinstuber

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