Things to Do Around Delaware This Month We give you our top picks in entertainment this month, plus virtual and socially-distant events around the state to add to your calendar. Delaware Restaurants Offering Takeout, Delivery and Dine-In During a time of limitations for restaurants due to COVID-19, here is a directory of local eateries still open for business. Where to Shop Online Locally During the Coronavirus Pandemic As Delaware’s stay-at-home ordinances during the COVID-19 crisis grow tighter, some local shops and boutiques have moved their sales online. Ways to Support the Delaware Community During COVID-19 From supporting relief funds to donating supplies, here's how to give back to local businesses and healthcare workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. How to Practice Self-Care During Times of Crisis Delaware’s wellness gurus give tips on how to self-pamper our physical, mental and emotional well-being during stressful times. 4 Tips for Seeking Calm in Uncertain Times A professional from the Mental Health Association in Delaware weighs in on how to take care of yourself in the wake of pandemic anxiety. What to Know About Delaware’s New COVID-19 Restrictions on Restaurants The Delaware Restaurant Association warns that new restrictions such as lowered occupancy create a slippery slope for the state’s eateries. The Pandemic Couldn’t Stop These Greenville Childhood Sweethearts From Tying the Knot The pandemic compelled Shelby Suddard and Michael Donnelly of Greenville to postpone their celebration, but when the time came, the sun shined on their day. 10 Ways to Combat Chronic Inflammation Chronic inflammation is the culprit behind a host of deadly diseases. But with preventive care, you can reclaim your health. 9 Chic Home Office Furniture and Decor Items If you don’t have the luxury (or curse) of having a home office, piece one together in any space with a few essential items. In This Small Delaware Town, Unattractive Homes Are Not an Option Homes in Henlopen Acres—Delaware’s smallest incorporated town—were built according to its founder’s strict architectural guidelines: It must be attractive. Here’s What You Can Do With Your Thanksgiving Leftovers The Food Bank of Delaware's Tim Hunter offers up some creative tips. Fall Dessert Recipes for Your Thanksgiving Table Hotel Du Pont’s pastry chef, Leah Steinberger, dishes on her sweet inspirations, plus two treats you can whip up this holiday season. This Thanksgiving Season, One Dad Is Asking, “Is It Spring Yet?” Local dad Matt Sullivan grapples with the idea of 'slogging' through the holiday season during a pandemic. Dogfish Head Celebrates its 25th Anniversary With New Book Owner Sam Calagione celebrates the brewery’s milestone with a book of adventures from the last 25 years. Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner at the Delaware Beaches Head to Delaware's coast for top-notch holiday cooking. Wilmington’s Christmas-Themed Pop-Up Bar Returns for Another Season Blitzen in downtown Wilmington will look different this year with more space and COVID-19 precautions, but the same holiday cheer. Local Interior Designers Share How to Create the Perfect Home Office Space If your current home office isn't cutting it, consider these tips from local professionals to help elevate your workspace. Meet Delaware Native and Secret Service Spokesperson Cathy Milhoan Felton native Cathy Milhoan of the U.S. Secret Service walks us through her path from reporter to spokesperson. Laid-Back Fall Style Essentials For Men From chunky cardigans to chukka boots, these laid-back essentials carry an element of suave that made Steve McQueen a style icon. Where to Eat Out for Thanksgiving in Delaware Thinking of ditching your kitchen for a restaurant this year? From dine-in to pickup, these local eateries have your Thanksgiving dinner covered. For These Delaware Immigrants, Living in Limbo Is the Hardest Part Like many "Dreamers," these young local immigrants saw a promising and prosperous future in the United States. Now, their fate hangs in the balance. DART’s “Stuff The Bus” Thanksgiving Food Drive Begins Nov. 9 The goal of the event is to collect 20 tons of non- perishable food for Delawareans in need of food assistance. Try These Thanksgiving Recipes From Delaware Chefs Delaware's culinary experts dish on what they serve on their Thanksgiving tables, and how you can add it to your own spread. How to Ease Neck and Back Pain While Working From Home Working from home can be a pain in the neck—literally. Here’s how to ease the discomfort, and increase your productivity in the process. Take Your Thanksgiving Meal To the Next Level With Tips From Delaware Chefs From the perfect turkey brine to local takes on classic dishes, elevate your holiday meal with the help of local culinary experts. How Kenny Family Stores Continue to Lead the Way for Employee Relations For the more than 1,200 employees that live in the greater Delaware region, Delaware Supermarkets Inc./Kenny Family ShopRite is a place that keeps true to its values as a family business. Bernie Kenny opened the first ShopRites in 1995, and since then, it’s grown into a six-store chain in Northern Delaware. Over time, the company […] 6 Delaware Attorneys Weigh in on Hot Legal Topics From workers' compensation to civil rights, these local lawyers are tackling big issues around the state. 7 Simple Ways Seniors Can Exercise and Stay Active From dance classes to biking, here's how Delaware's 50-plus crowd can get into a regular exercise regimen. Agave Mexican Restaurant is Expanding with a Rehoboth Location The popular Lewes restaurant will be taking over Jake’s Seafood House on Route 1. What to Know About This Year’s Hybrid Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival The 23rd annual event, happening Nov. 5-15, will offer festival goers the chance to watch films at home or in person amid the coronavirus pandemic.