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A Guide to Delaware Restaurants Offering Takeout, DeliveryDuring 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 PandemicAs 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-19From 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 CrisisDelaware’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 TimesA 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 Do at Home During COVID-19 Things To Do While Staying Home This MonthWith Delaware’s stay-at-home order in place through at least May 15, now is the perfect time to dig into a new series, album or book.
Renovations, Remodels and Redesigns Made EasyPrepare for your appointment with Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
How to Get Picky Eaters Excited About Eating Healthy FoodsHolistic health begins with nutrition. Here, Delaware experts dish on how to get picky eaters to connect with—and love—what’s on their plate.
The 2020 Regional Golf Course GuideWhether you're looking to hit the links in Delaware, Pennsylvania or Maryland, here's your ultimate guide to clubs in the region.
The Delaware Beaches Prepare to Reopen on May 22After being locked down due to coronavirus concerns, Gov. John Carney announces that the beaches will be reopened under social distancing guidelines.
Two Regional Golf Icons Share What Brought Them to the GameDelaware resident and Golf Hall of Famer Betsy Rawls, and Eagles announcer Merrill Reese share what brought them to the game.
This Local Couple Met Abroad and Married at St. Andrew’s School in MiddletownAfter a 2019 wedding, the new coronavirus put Hadley Elizabeth Southall Roach and Matthew Hummon Westman's honeymoon on hold.
9 Things That Will Help Turn Your Bedroom Into a SanctuaryCool tones and lots of texture turn any bedroom into a relaxing sanctuary that’s both serene and cozy.
2020 Regional Golf News and NotablesLooking to escape quarantine and hit the links? Here’s what’s happening both on and off the course in Delaware and Pennsylvania.
New Soul Food Restaurant Opening in WilmingtonPhiladelphia-based Tasties, a Southern soul food eatery, is expanding to Wilmington with Tasties 302.
6 Travel Essentials To Keep in Your Bag All Summer LongFrom skincare to bug repellent, whether you’re backpacking or kicking back, these summer essentials help keep you fresh, cool and clean.
The New Normal: Delaware Restaurants Look Toward the FutureWhether it’s socially distanced tables, disposable menus or temperature checks, the restaurant industry is looking at how to bring customers back inside safely.
Peek Inside Wilmington’s Iconic Gargoyle HouseListed on the National Register of Historic Places, this well-known Wilmington home is imposing on the outside, light and airy on the inside.
Sussex County Homes With Luxurious Master BedroomsThese restful retreats in Sussex County boast all the luxe qualities.
How to Build a Stronger Bond With Your Significant Other in QuarantineWilmington relationship counselor Dr. Debra Laino shares tips for how couples can use their time in isolation to grow closer.
A Wilmington Photographer Takes Us Behind the Lens of Her Parenting ExperienceLocal photographer Angie Gray connected with other moms through The Birth Center. Years later, the group is still navigating parenthood together. 
Cybersecurity Tips for Work at Home EmployeesThousands of employees are now at home handling sensitive data that can easily become compromised if the right security protocols and measures are not in place.
Native Butterfly Species to Look Out For on the Delmarva PeninsulaHere's what you need to know about common backyard visitors like the Eastern Black Swallowtail, the Red-Spotted Purple butterfly and more.
This Project Aims to Restore Local Populations of the Monarch ButterflyAs the monarch flutters toward the endangered species list, a Delaware environmental project implements no-mow zones to help restore its populations.
Opportunities for Kids to Spend Time in Nature Abound in DelawareSpending time in nature improves health, wellness and the environment. This connection is especially important for children of the wired generation.
Where to Order Mother’s Day Takeout in DelawareFrom brunch packages to special menus, celebrate mom and support local restaurants with takeout or delivery.
We Catch Up With Oscar Winner and Delaware Native Luke MathenyAfter winning an Academy Award in 2011 for his short film, God of Love, the Wilmington native is now working hard at creating great TV for kids.
Beer, wine and cocktails to try in Delaware Our Staff Picks for Great Delaware Beer, Wine and CocktailsEvery month, Delaware Today heads to a local establishment to taste-test libations. Our favorites will make a splash here.
CBD for Pets Makes Superb GiftsDo you find it difficult to return to Delaware from a vacation or even a short trip to the grocery store and not bring your munchkin a present? After all, our precious dogs and cats are more than our best friends. They are family. That’s exactly why so many owners give their little furballs gifts, […]
Wilmington’s Dorcea Opens Amid Takeout Only RestrictionsAfter seeing success with a takeout only menu, the restaurant owners are hopeful for the future.
How a Delaware Supermarket Owner Leads During the COVID-19 Pandemic"As the epidemic continues to spread across our country, I urge everyone to cultivate patience, stay calm and be respectful of our fellow Americans."
How the Delaware Restaurant Industry Hopes to Stay AfloatThe novel coronavirus has shuttered eateries and limited them to takeout/delivery, obliterating jobs and revenue. Here’s how the industry is hoping to stay afloat—with a little help from everyone.
6 Tips For Displaying Art in Your HomeWhen it comes to showcasing artwork at home, Somerville Manning Gallery director Rebecca Moore says finding “balance” is key.
How to Keep Your Kitchen Stocked During a PandemicAmid panic-buying and hoarding, local food blogger Lauren Vavala explains how to keep your kitchen stocked—and health-conscious—during a worldwide health crisis.
Wingmom is a Support Community for Busy ParentsStruggling with her grief, a local mother built a company dedicated to supporting New Castle County-area moms through an array of services for their homes and families.
Wilmington-Based Reeds’ Refuge Center Connects Underprivileged Youth With the ArtsFrom STREAM and culinary classes to music and life skills, the local nonprofit offers a variety of arts- and education-based initiatives.
This Local Designer is Hand-Crafting Stylish Face MasksNewark's Meaghan Daly, as seen in British Vogue and New York Fashion Week, is spending quarantine crafting hundreds of face masks for the community.
Local Mothers Share the Truth About the Fourth TrimesterConditioned by society to put a happy face on the first months of motherhood, moms and healthcare professionals now are working to share and address the challenges of the Fourth Trimester.
social distancing activities 8 Ways to Make Social Distancing Fun for KidsFrom at-home baking to outdoor stimulation, these activities can make staying at home a bit easier on kids.
From the Publisher: Putting Out a Magazine During a PandemicWe’ve planned for a lot of contingencies at Delaware Today. Publishing the magazine during a pandemic wasn’t one of them.
In a Historic Year for Modern Nursing, the Job Proves More Important Than EverOn the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale, known as the mother of modern nursing, we honor our local committed professionals and healthcare heroes.
Delaware Delivers for Heroes Supports Restaurants and Healthcare WorkersDelaware Today and Delaware Business Times have launched an effort to support local restaurants and give back to those on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
These Delaware Farms and Markets are Open During the PandemicFrom drive-through service to produce boxes available for pick up and delivery, here's how Delaware's local farms and markets are adapting to COVID-19.
Visiting Delaware Parks and Wildlife Areas During COVID-19Here's how Delawareans can protect themselves if they visit outdoor recreational facilities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Trader Joe’s to Open a Second Delaware LocationThe grocery store has secured permits to take over the former Saks Off Fifth outlet store in the Christiana Fashion Center.
family gardening delaware 12 Things to Help Ramp Up Your Gardening SkillsWhether you’re planting flowers or produce, all you need are a green thumb and some trusty tools from local retailers.
A Milton Lavender Field to Add to Your Post-Quarantine Bucket ListWhile the Lavender Fields at Milton’s Warrington Manor is currently shuttered during the COVID-19 pandemic, the farm is an oasis right in our own backyard.
Here’s What Happened When Delaware Today Staffers Tried Sound TherapyWith the help of local certified Biofield Tuning Practitioner John McElderry, we turn to tuning-fork therapy to turn off the noise and find balance.
Sara Seltzer Mt. Cuba Center Here’s How Our Editor Turned a Piece of Raw Silk into Wearable ArtWith direction from local experts in hand, a little foliage, a bit of chemistry and one creative toddler successfully demonstrate the art of eco-printing.
Harold Kalmus Arden This Arden Sculptor Creates Handmade Kitchen Cutlery Worthy of DisplayTo help fund some of his other creative projects, Harold Kalmus started a brand of handcrafted luxury kitchen knives.
Books by Delaware Authors to Read While at HomeCurated and available through Browseabout Books, these authors either reside in Delaware or enjoy writing about the First State.
15 Things to Stream During Self-IsolationWhether you need some background noise or a full on distraction from the ensuing pandemic, here are some recently-released, binge-worthy things to watch.
Delaware’s Arts Community Needs Our Support Now More Than EverFrom making a donation to speaking with your local legislators, here's how you can support local arts, culture, and heritage organizations.
Even the Daily Lives of Our Pets Are Impacted Amid COVID-19Whether you’re working from home or fostering a new furry friend, everyone is adjusting to a new normal.
Where to Order Easter Takeout Around DelawareWhile the COVID-19 outbreak is altering some holiday traditions, Delaware's restaurant community is offering Easter meals for takeout and delivery.
Delaware Brewers Unite Under the ‘Independent Craft’ SealIn a national first, every craft brewery in the state wears the Brewers Association Certified Independent Craft seal.
The Truth About Sending Your Child to School for the First TimeWhen it comes to kids’ first school experience, often it’s the caregivers who have the hardest time letting go.
The Pros and Cons of Taking a Gap YearSome high school grads are opting to take a year off before becoming college freshmen.
Top Teachers 2020 NominationsDelaware Today is committed to covering education in our community, examining what’s going on in our public, private, parochial and independent schools. This year, we’re celebrating the people behind the institutions. Delaware teachers are stepping up like never before. Help us salute educators who have made a difference this school year and especially now with […]
Small Acts of Kindness Are Popping Up Around DelawareAmid the COVID-19 pandemic, people are doing what they can to help their neighbors.
Homes With Great Gardens in Sussex and New Castle CountiesWhen it comes to beautiful gardens, these houses in northern and southern Delaware don’t disappoint.
A Historic, Storied Property in Downtown LewesThe eye-catching 18th-century Metcalf House is not only charming, but also in strolling distance from restaurants, shopping and the beach.
How to Breathe New Life Into Traditional-Style FurnitureLocal furniture collector Susan Trezise shows us how to preserve early 20th-century pieces in a way that’s modern, fun and never old.
13 Sustainable Fashion EssentialsWho said your wardrobe couldn't be both eco-friendly and stylish?
How Much Do You Really Know About Sustainability?Take our quiz to test your awareness and improve your environmental stewardship.
Delaware Movies to Binge While in QuarantineLooking for something new to watch? These movies spotlighting or shot in Delaware will keep you entertained.
Behind the Wheel of a 2020 Tesla 3As Teslas continue to pop up on Delaware's roads, here's how the Model 3 shows electric cars are ready to outperform and out-tech their gas-guzzling cousins.
This Beekeeper Duo Shares the Buzz on Their Wilmington ApiaryThe owners of Iris & Callisto’s Apiary bring a gourmet perspective to the honey from their urban hives.
14 Stories to Read While You’re in QuarantineCan't find anything good to stream? Here are some of Delaware Today's longer reads that explore everything from crime to music to all things Delaware to keep you busy while you're stuck inside.
Meet the Chadds Ford Native Crafting Sustainable, Durable HandbagsBri Brant, owner and designer at Arden + James, crafts handbags that are both beautiful and functional—and built to last.
In Its 100th Year, DuPont Country Club Dives AheadAs the club celebrates its centennial, new owners hope to make a splash with major upgrades and ongoing improvements to the historic institution.
From the Editor: We Hope You Are WellAmid the coronavirus pandemic, Delaware Today aims to be a resource that readers can turn to for something that’s informative, helpful or heartwarming.
Meet 6 Delawareans That Launched New Careers After RetirementAfter years of working for the same employer, many retirees are reinventing themselves, undertaking new and different careers—often for fun, but sometimes out of necessity.
Firefly Cancels 2020 Festival Amid Coronavirus ConcernsThe annual summer music festival held in Dover is cancelled this year due to health guidelines aimed to stop the spread of COVID-19.
9 Delaware Museums with Online ExhibitsExplore local history, art and more without leaving the comfort of your home.
Here Are Some Online Courses Offered by Delaware Fitness CentersFretting about your gym closing amid the new coronavirus mandates? Not to worry—some local pros are moving their classes online.
Can’t Find Hand Sanitizer? Delaware Distilleries Might Be Here to HelpEthanol used to create distilled spirits is also a primary agreement in the hard-to-find hand cleaner.
Newark Meal Delivery Service Offers Comfort Food Options Amid COVID-19 PandemicFull Circle Foods' Meal Relief Kit delivers chef-prepared meals and a few home essentials right to people's front doors.
A Lot is Changing Right Now, Including Dogfish Head’s Tasting Room FacilitiesThe Milton facility is temporarily closed, but offers an improved layout and more taps.
Get Healthy Food To Go at This Fast Casual Rehoboth EateryThe newly opened Seed Eatery offers fresh natural food in a casual environment, and is serving customers through the COVID-19 outbreak.
Yes, You Can Work From Home With KidsSenior editor Ashley Breeding shares how she’s staying on top of the daily grind while not letting anyone lose their mind (yet).
20 Ways to Make This Your Best Year YetDelaware experts give tips for achieving a healthier, peaceful, productive and less cluttered year.
10 Tips for Working From HomeHere are some ways to make the transition from office to remote work a little easier.
A UD Student Shares Her Perspective on the COVID-19 OutbreakThe University of Delaware is at the center of the state's first coronavirus cases. Here, a graduating senior shares a first person take of the virus' impact on campus.
Delaware Restaurants Adapt to State Coronavirus RestrictionsLocal eateries are limited to takeout and delivery as Gov. John Carney enacts statewide restrictions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Score Great Finds at These Bridgeville Antique ShopsAntique Alley and Downtown Alley, both in Bridgeville, make a rewarding stop on your quest for the quaint.
3 Cool Delaware Restaurant RestroomsFood and drinks aside, the restroom can be one of the most important aspects of your restaurant experience. We found a few that stand out around the First State.
The Ultimate Guide to Brunch Spots in DelawareFrom sweet and savory to bottomless and build-your-own, here's your guide to the First State’s must-try brunch spots for every type of diner.
Coastal Delaware Restaurants React to CoronavirusDue to health concerns, several bars and restaurants at the Delaware beaches are temporarily suspending operations and delaying opening for the season.
Shore Marketplace is a Welcome Addition to the Beach Shopping SceneThe Lewes vendor market recently opened on Coastal Highway, and features new, handmade, recycled and vintage goods.
Where to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in DelawareFrom pub crawls and specialty beer releases to parades and live music, you don't have to be Irish to enjoy these festivities.
This Local Woman Started a Philanthropic Clothing BrandGreenville's Wendy Summer founded Zaanha, a collection of fashion accessories aimed at supporting master artisans and funding education for children in need.
The Legendary Kelly’s Logan House Lives On in Trolley SquareHere's how this historic Irish bar stays afloat in one of Wilmington's most ever-changing communities.
Towers Bed & Breakfast in Milford is a Gothic GetawayFrom 19th-century woodworking to ornate stained-glass windows, the Victorian mansion is a fantasy retreat for lovers of history and design.
How Do Spouses Figure Out What’s Important to Each Other?Delawarean Matt Sullivan says that showing you’re at least trying helps.
Island Fin Poke Opens in Wilmington’s Trolley SquareThe franchise’s first location in Delaware offers build-your-own poke bowls and Dole Whip frozen dessert.
Meet the Delaware Resident Healing Divides Through ComedyComedian Ed Blaze hopes to bring people together with tales of his native Tanzania.
Wilmington Native Dan Pfeiffer Aims to Save Democracy in New BookThe former Obama White House staffer and Democratic-leaning political podcast co-host recently released his second book, "Un-Trumping America."
This Rehoboth Restaurant Owner Just Received a National HonorScott Kammerer of SoDel Concepts was named one of the country's most influential restaurant CEOs by Nation’s Restaurant News.

A Guide to Delaware Restaurants Offering Takeout, DeliveryDuring 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 PandemicAs 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-19From 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 CrisisDelaware’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 TimesA 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 Do at Home During COVID-19 Things To Do While Staying Home This MonthWith Delaware’s stay-at-home order in place through at least May 15, now is the perfect time to dig into a new series, album or book.
Renovations, Remodels and Redesigns Made EasyPrepare for your appointment with Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
How to Get Picky Eaters Excited About Eating Healthy FoodsHolistic health begins with nutrition. Here, Delaware experts dish on how to get picky eaters to connect with—and love—what’s on their plate.
The 2020 Regional Golf Course GuideWhether you're looking to hit the links in Delaware, Pennsylvania or Maryland, here's your ultimate guide to clubs in the region.
The Delaware Beaches Prepare to Reopen on May 22After being locked down due to coronavirus concerns, Gov. John Carney announces that the beaches will be reopened under social distancing guidelines.
Two Regional Golf Icons Share What Brought Them to the GameDelaware resident and Golf Hall of Famer Betsy Rawls, and Eagles announcer Merrill Reese share what brought them to the game.
This Local Couple Met Abroad and Married at St. Andrew’s School in MiddletownAfter a 2019 wedding, the new coronavirus put Hadley Elizabeth Southall Roach and Matthew Hummon Westman's honeymoon on hold.
9 Things That Will Help Turn Your Bedroom Into a SanctuaryCool tones and lots of texture turn any bedroom into a relaxing sanctuary that’s both serene and cozy.
2020 Regional Golf News and NotablesLooking to escape quarantine and hit the links? Here’s what’s happening both on and off the course in Delaware and Pennsylvania.
New Soul Food Restaurant Opening in WilmingtonPhiladelphia-based Tasties, a Southern soul food eatery, is expanding to Wilmington with Tasties 302.
6 Travel Essentials To Keep in Your Bag All Summer LongFrom skincare to bug repellent, whether you’re backpacking or kicking back, these summer essentials help keep you fresh, cool and clean.
The New Normal: Delaware Restaurants Look Toward the FutureWhether it’s socially distanced tables, disposable menus or temperature checks, the restaurant industry is looking at how to bring customers back inside safely.
Peek Inside Wilmington’s Iconic Gargoyle HouseListed on the National Register of Historic Places, this well-known Wilmington home is imposing on the outside, light and airy on the inside.
Sussex County Homes With Luxurious Master BedroomsThese restful retreats in Sussex County boast all the luxe qualities.
How to Build a Stronger Bond With Your Significant Other in QuarantineWilmington relationship counselor Dr. Debra Laino shares tips for how couples can use their time in isolation to grow closer.
A Wilmington Photographer Takes Us Behind the Lens of Her Parenting ExperienceLocal photographer Angie Gray connected with other moms through The Birth Center. Years later, the group is still navigating parenthood together. 
Cybersecurity Tips for Work at Home EmployeesThousands of employees are now at home handling sensitive data that can easily become compromised if the right security protocols and measures are not in place.
Native Butterfly Species to Look Out For on the Delmarva PeninsulaHere's what you need to know about common backyard visitors like the Eastern Black Swallowtail, the Red-Spotted Purple butterfly and more.
This Project Aims to Restore Local Populations of the Monarch ButterflyAs the monarch flutters toward the endangered species list, a Delaware environmental project implements no-mow zones to help restore its populations.
Opportunities for Kids to Spend Time in Nature Abound in DelawareSpending time in nature improves health, wellness and the environment. This connection is especially important for children of the wired generation.
Where to Order Mother’s Day Takeout in DelawareFrom brunch packages to special menus, celebrate mom and support local restaurants with takeout or delivery.
We Catch Up With Oscar Winner and Delaware Native Luke MathenyAfter winning an Academy Award in 2011 for his short film, God of Love, the Wilmington native is now working hard at creating great TV for kids.
Beer, wine and cocktails to try in Delaware Our Staff Picks for Great Delaware Beer, Wine and CocktailsEvery month, Delaware Today heads to a local establishment to taste-test libations. Our favorites will make a splash here.
CBD for Pets Makes Superb GiftsDo you find it difficult to return to Delaware from a vacation or even a short trip to the grocery store and not bring your munchkin a present? After all, our precious dogs and cats are more than our best friends. They are family. That’s exactly why so many owners give their little furballs gifts, […]
Wilmington’s Dorcea Opens Amid Takeout Only RestrictionsAfter seeing success with a takeout only menu, the restaurant owners are hopeful for the future.
How a Delaware Supermarket Owner Leads During the COVID-19 Pandemic"As the epidemic continues to spread across our country, I urge everyone to cultivate patience, stay calm and be respectful of our fellow Americans."
How the Delaware Restaurant Industry Hopes to Stay AfloatThe novel coronavirus has shuttered eateries and limited them to takeout/delivery, obliterating jobs and revenue. Here’s how the industry is hoping to stay afloat—with a little help from everyone.
6 Tips For Displaying Art in Your HomeWhen it comes to showcasing artwork at home, Somerville Manning Gallery director Rebecca Moore says finding “balance” is key.
How to Keep Your Kitchen Stocked During a PandemicAmid panic-buying and hoarding, local food blogger Lauren Vavala explains how to keep your kitchen stocked—and health-conscious—during a worldwide health crisis.
Wingmom is a Support Community for Busy ParentsStruggling with her grief, a local mother built a company dedicated to supporting New Castle County-area moms through an array of services for their homes and families.
Wilmington-Based Reeds’ Refuge Center Connects Underprivileged Youth With the ArtsFrom STREAM and culinary classes to music and life skills, the local nonprofit offers a variety of arts- and education-based initiatives.
This Local Designer is Hand-Crafting Stylish Face MasksNewark's Meaghan Daly, as seen in British Vogue and New York Fashion Week, is spending quarantine crafting hundreds of face masks for the community.
Local Mothers Share the Truth About the Fourth TrimesterConditioned by society to put a happy face on the first months of motherhood, moms and healthcare professionals now are working to share and address the challenges of the Fourth Trimester.
social distancing activities 8 Ways to Make Social Distancing Fun for KidsFrom at-home baking to outdoor stimulation, these activities can make staying at home a bit easier on kids.
From the Publisher: Putting Out a Magazine During a PandemicWe’ve planned for a lot of contingencies at Delaware Today. Publishing the magazine during a pandemic wasn’t one of them.
In a Historic Year for Modern Nursing, the Job Proves More Important Than EverOn the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale, known as the mother of modern nursing, we honor our local committed professionals and healthcare heroes.
Delaware Delivers for Heroes Supports Restaurants and Healthcare WorkersDelaware Today and Delaware Business Times have launched an effort to support local restaurants and give back to those on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
These Delaware Farms and Markets are Open During the PandemicFrom drive-through service to produce boxes available for pick up and delivery, here's how Delaware's local farms and markets are adapting to COVID-19.
Visiting Delaware Parks and Wildlife Areas During COVID-19Here's how Delawareans can protect themselves if they visit outdoor recreational facilities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Trader Joe’s to Open a Second Delaware LocationThe grocery store has secured permits to take over the former Saks Off Fifth outlet store in the Christiana Fashion Center.
family gardening delaware 12 Things to Help Ramp Up Your Gardening SkillsWhether you’re planting flowers or produce, all you need are a green thumb and some trusty tools from local retailers.
A Milton Lavender Field to Add to Your Post-Quarantine Bucket ListWhile the Lavender Fields at Milton’s Warrington Manor is currently shuttered during the COVID-19 pandemic, the farm is an oasis right in our own backyard.
Here’s What Happened When Delaware Today Staffers Tried Sound TherapyWith the help of local certified Biofield Tuning Practitioner John McElderry, we turn to tuning-fork therapy to turn off the noise and find balance.
Sara Seltzer Mt. Cuba Center Here’s How Our Editor Turned a Piece of Raw Silk into Wearable ArtWith direction from local experts in hand, a little foliage, a bit of chemistry and one creative toddler successfully demonstrate the art of eco-printing.
Harold Kalmus Arden This Arden Sculptor Creates Handmade Kitchen Cutlery Worthy of DisplayTo help fund some of his other creative projects, Harold Kalmus started a brand of handcrafted luxury kitchen knives.
Books by Delaware Authors to Read While at HomeCurated and available through Browseabout Books, these authors either reside in Delaware or enjoy writing about the First State.
15 Things to Stream During Self-IsolationWhether you need some background noise or a full on distraction from the ensuing pandemic, here are some recently-released, binge-worthy things to watch.
Delaware’s Arts Community Needs Our Support Now More Than EverFrom making a donation to speaking with your local legislators, here's how you can support local arts, culture, and heritage organizations.
Even the Daily Lives of Our Pets Are Impacted Amid COVID-19Whether you’re working from home or fostering a new furry friend, everyone is adjusting to a new normal.
Where to Order Easter Takeout Around DelawareWhile the COVID-19 outbreak is altering some holiday traditions, Delaware's restaurant community is offering Easter meals for takeout and delivery.
Delaware Brewers Unite Under the ‘Independent Craft’ SealIn a national first, every craft brewery in the state wears the Brewers Association Certified Independent Craft seal.
The Truth About Sending Your Child to School for the First TimeWhen it comes to kids’ first school experience, often it’s the caregivers who have the hardest time letting go.
The Pros and Cons of Taking a Gap YearSome high school grads are opting to take a year off before becoming college freshmen.
Top Teachers 2020 NominationsDelaware Today is committed to covering education in our community, examining what’s going on in our public, private, parochial and independent schools. This year, we’re celebrating the people behind the institutions. Delaware teachers are stepping up like never before. Help us salute educators who have made a difference this school year and especially now with […]
Small Acts of Kindness Are Popping Up Around DelawareAmid the COVID-19 pandemic, people are doing what they can to help their neighbors.
Homes With Great Gardens in Sussex and New Castle CountiesWhen it comes to beautiful gardens, these houses in northern and southern Delaware don’t disappoint.
A Historic, Storied Property in Downtown LewesThe eye-catching 18th-century Metcalf House is not only charming, but also in strolling distance from restaurants, shopping and the beach.
How to Breathe New Life Into Traditional-Style FurnitureLocal furniture collector Susan Trezise shows us how to preserve early 20th-century pieces in a way that’s modern, fun and never old.
13 Sustainable Fashion EssentialsWho said your wardrobe couldn't be both eco-friendly and stylish?
How Much Do You Really Know About Sustainability?Take our quiz to test your awareness and improve your environmental stewardship.
Delaware Movies to Binge While in QuarantineLooking for something new to watch? These movies spotlighting or shot in Delaware will keep you entertained.
Behind the Wheel of a 2020 Tesla 3As Teslas continue to pop up on Delaware's roads, here's how the Model 3 shows electric cars are ready to outperform and out-tech their gas-guzzling cousins.
This Beekeeper Duo Shares the Buzz on Their Wilmington ApiaryThe owners of Iris & Callisto’s Apiary bring a gourmet perspective to the honey from their urban hives.
14 Stories to Read While You’re in QuarantineCan't find anything good to stream? Here are some of Delaware Today's longer reads that explore everything from crime to music to all things Delaware to keep you busy while you're stuck inside.
Meet the Chadds Ford Native Crafting Sustainable, Durable HandbagsBri Brant, owner and designer at Arden + James, crafts handbags that are both beautiful and functional—and built to last.
In Its 100th Year, DuPont Country Club Dives AheadAs the club celebrates its centennial, new owners hope to make a splash with major upgrades and ongoing improvements to the historic institution.
From the Editor: We Hope You Are WellAmid the coronavirus pandemic, Delaware Today aims to be a resource that readers can turn to for something that’s informative, helpful or heartwarming.
Meet 6 Delawareans That Launched New Careers After RetirementAfter years of working for the same employer, many retirees are reinventing themselves, undertaking new and different careers—often for fun, but sometimes out of necessity.
Firefly Cancels 2020 Festival Amid Coronavirus ConcernsThe annual summer music festival held in Dover is cancelled this year due to health guidelines aimed to stop the spread of COVID-19.
9 Delaware Museums with Online ExhibitsExplore local history, art and more without leaving the comfort of your home.
Here Are Some Online Courses Offered by Delaware Fitness CentersFretting about your gym closing amid the new coronavirus mandates? Not to worry—some local pros are moving their classes online.
Can’t Find Hand Sanitizer? Delaware Distilleries Might Be Here to HelpEthanol used to create distilled spirits is also a primary agreement in the hard-to-find hand cleaner.
Newark Meal Delivery Service Offers Comfort Food Options Amid COVID-19 PandemicFull Circle Foods' Meal Relief Kit delivers chef-prepared meals and a few home essentials right to people's front doors.
A Lot is Changing Right Now, Including Dogfish Head’s Tasting Room FacilitiesThe Milton facility is temporarily closed, but offers an improved layout and more taps.
Get Healthy Food To Go at This Fast Casual Rehoboth EateryThe newly opened Seed Eatery offers fresh natural food in a casual environment, and is serving customers through the COVID-19 outbreak.
Yes, You Can Work From Home With KidsSenior editor Ashley Breeding shares how she’s staying on top of the daily grind while not letting anyone lose their mind (yet).
20 Ways to Make This Your Best Year YetDelaware experts give tips for achieving a healthier, peaceful, productive and less cluttered year.
10 Tips for Working From HomeHere are some ways to make the transition from office to remote work a little easier.
A UD Student Shares Her Perspective on the COVID-19 OutbreakThe University of Delaware is at the center of the state's first coronavirus cases. Here, a graduating senior shares a first person take of the virus' impact on campus.
Delaware Restaurants Adapt to State Coronavirus RestrictionsLocal eateries are limited to takeout and delivery as Gov. John Carney enacts statewide restrictions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Score Great Finds at These Bridgeville Antique ShopsAntique Alley and Downtown Alley, both in Bridgeville, make a rewarding stop on your quest for the quaint.
3 Cool Delaware Restaurant RestroomsFood and drinks aside, the restroom can be one of the most important aspects of your restaurant experience. We found a few that stand out around the First State.
The Ultimate Guide to Brunch Spots in DelawareFrom sweet and savory to bottomless and build-your-own, here's your guide to the First State’s must-try brunch spots for every type of diner.
Coastal Delaware Restaurants React to CoronavirusDue to health concerns, several bars and restaurants at the Delaware beaches are temporarily suspending operations and delaying opening for the season.
Shore Marketplace is a Welcome Addition to the Beach Shopping SceneThe Lewes vendor market recently opened on Coastal Highway, and features new, handmade, recycled and vintage goods.
Where to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in DelawareFrom pub crawls and specialty beer releases to parades and live music, you don't have to be Irish to enjoy these festivities.
This Local Woman Started a Philanthropic Clothing BrandGreenville's Wendy Summer founded Zaanha, a collection of fashion accessories aimed at supporting master artisans and funding education for children in need.
The Legendary Kelly’s Logan House Lives On in Trolley SquareHere's how this historic Irish bar stays afloat in one of Wilmington's most ever-changing communities.
Towers Bed & Breakfast in Milford is a Gothic GetawayFrom 19th-century woodworking to ornate stained-glass windows, the Victorian mansion is a fantasy retreat for lovers of history and design.
How Do Spouses Figure Out What’s Important to Each Other?Delawarean Matt Sullivan says that showing you’re at least trying helps.
Island Fin Poke Opens in Wilmington’s Trolley SquareThe franchise’s first location in Delaware offers build-your-own poke bowls and Dole Whip frozen dessert.
Meet the Delaware Resident Healing Divides Through ComedyComedian Ed Blaze hopes to bring people together with tales of his native Tanzania.
Wilmington Native Dan Pfeiffer Aims to Save Democracy in New BookThe former Obama White House staffer and Democratic-leaning political podcast co-host recently released his second book, "Un-Trumping America."
This Rehoboth Restaurant Owner Just Received a National HonorScott Kammerer of SoDel Concepts was named one of the country's most influential restaurant CEOs by Nation’s Restaurant News.