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. 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. Doing squats in the garden and scooping up grandbabies can be fun ways for Delaware’s 50-plus set to stay active, but if you really want to get in shape, start by finding the right routine for your lifestyle—whether […] 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. Top Lawyers 2020 Who are the top attorneys in Delaware? We polled their peers for the best in the field. Will the honorees please rise? These Are Dallas Shaw’s Handbag Must-Haves For this Wilmington-based illustrator, author and creative director who is constantly on the go, a handbag is her lifeline. This Book by a Clayton Couple Contains the Ultimate Delaware Bucket List This fall, Camden husband-and-wife duo Rachel Kipp and Dan Shortridge release "100 Things to Do in Delaware Before You Die." An Artful Home Design Collaboration in Woodbrook When a designer and client are neighbors and longtime friends, a seamless collaboration results. How Middletown Grew From Farm Country To Mini-Metropolis Middletown attracts new residents with big ideas and a small-town vibe. Route 40 Killer Remains an Enigma After Being Convicted 30 Years Ago Three decades after Delaware's only known serial killer was convicted, Steven Pennell's hideous crimes and confounding courtroom behavior remain perplexing. Bardea Food & Drink Launches a New Menu and Outdoor Dining Garden The Italian eatery in Wilmington is celebrating its two year anniversary with some updates. This Five-Man Band Has Been Electrifying Delawareans for Decades Mike Hines and The Look have been Dover’s shining stars for over 35 years, and they'll soon be inducted into the Delaware Rock and Roll Society's Hall of Fame. Local Officials Stress Mental Health Awareness During COVID-19 Suicide attempts and hospitalizations typically spike in the fall as the holidays approach, and in the current climate that number is expected to rise.