As he travels across the United States for the third time since 2009, Daniel Seddigui makes a stop in Wilmington to experience Delaware culture.
Mark your calendar for these incredible art events, theatrical plays, bike tours and more throughout the First State during May.
Hit the stables this year as Delawareans prepare for the 2021 Steeplechase races around the First State with COVID-19 safety protocols and loads of fun.
From April 15 to May 13, The Grand and LIVE @ 818 host live musical performances on Vimeo for local listeners throughout the First State.
This Earth Day—April 22—fight climate change by participating in local events that reduce environmental waste in the First State.
Edward Loper Sr.'s 1999 painting, which once hung in Joe Biden's house, is now for sale at the Stuart Kingston Galleries in Greenville.
From May to August, Delaware Theatre Company hosts an outdoor performance series featuring performers from Broadway, Hollywood and Delaware.
The Music School of Delaware hosts the Serafin Summer Music Festival featuring 22 acclaimed performing artists during live and streaming shows.
The Freeman Arts Pavilion, formerly known as the Freeman Stage, makes big production plans as it books performances for the coming year.
As the weather gets warmer, outdoor adventure beckons once again and locals turn towards Delaware's state parks, campgrounds and nearby attractions.
Kent County's parks, trails and outdoor spaces are the perfect way to get outdoors and boost your health—mental and physical.
Get outdoors and catch some rays this summer at all the best spots to bike, paddle, hike and adventure all around the Delaware beaches.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day a little differently this year with socially distanced events and incredible dining specials around Delaware.
The delightful evening of music and food in Delaware includes a history of Frank Sinatra’s music alongside a special menu.
Kent County's art scene may be a little different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but artists throughout the county find new ways to thrive.
Delaware native Monique Rollins communicates her thoughts through her evolutionary collection of contemporary abstract works.
Expand your mind by learning about Delaware's vast history, art culture and literary experts at these museums all across the region.
Make the most of the winter season with fun-filled, socially distant activities that the whole family can enjoy in Delaware.
Exquisitely designed by John J. Raskob for social gatherings and a bespoke book collection, the Archmere Library now houses meetings and literary masterpieces.