Go Vegan will offer soul food but with a plant-based twist.
New York-based designer Ruthie Davis teamed up with University of Delaware students to create a shoe collection that moves beyond fashion.
The food hall, which has been closed since March due to COVID-19, will reopen with a new online ordering system for takeout or dine in.
The coffee shop and art gallery is expanding to the Lower Market Street area of downtown Wilmington in early October.
A born artist, Corinne Pomeroy returns to her early passion with CCP Fine Art, a collection of works inspired by time and place.
Take your dining experience outside this season with our guide to the best open-air seating.
The Pennsylvania-based fast-casual restaurant is expected to open its first Delaware location this month, and will offer customizable burgers, salads and more.
From painted pleats to sustainable threads, mix it up with pieces stitched (or soldered) with an element of artistry.
The deli, which is expected to open at the end of September, will be housed in the former Harvest House location and offer its kosher-style menu staples.
Pay homage to midcentury modern minimalism with airy spaces, and sleek and sculptural furnishings.
The in-progress exhibit, which will focus on native animals and the challenges they face in the wild, marks the largest expansion in the zoo’s 115-year history.
Here's how the industry powerhouse turned her vocal career into a Middletown-based live music production company with a superstar client list.
Whether you’re a fan of nonfiction, mystery or fantasy, Rehoboth Beach’s Browseabout Books offers plenty to choose from.
Gain access to a full aquatics complex, group classes, fitness equipment, and nutrition and weight management programs, all in one location. Living a healthier lifestyle has never been as important as it is right now. ...
From disposable diapers to trendy toys, potential health dangers may lurk beyond the cute, cuddly and carefree.
Whether running errands or embarking on an outdoor adventure, it’s wise to be ready for any emergency.
We sat down with Wilmington's Keith Law to talk about his new book, the 2020 season and whether analytics have ruined baseball.
The killing of a Black child 45 years ago reignited anger from the Wilmington riots of 1968, sparking more protests and calls for justice that still echo today.
We give you our top picks in entertainment this month, plus virtual and socially-distant events around the state to add to your calendar.
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