Looking for something new to watch? These movies spotlighting or shot in Delaware will keep you entertained.
The annual summer music festival held in Dover is cancelled this year due to health guidelines aimed to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Explore local history, art and more without leaving the comfort of your home.
From booming business to burgeoning towns, check out all that middle Delaware has to offer
A century after women won the right to vote, the Brandywine River Museum of Art examines the struggle for equal rights, then and now.
The annual festival is bringing big name artists like Rage Against The Machine, Blink-182 and Billie Eilish to Dover.
Play these classics at places in Wilmington, Rehoboth Beach and other spots around the state.
The show filmed three episodes at the Wilmington museum, which will air this month.
The Middletown brewery held its event Sept. 20 to benefit the New Castle Southern Library.
The Wilmington museum's 13th annual event was held Sept. 29.
These Delaware and nearby Pennsylvania locations offer hands-on classes to make your own festive gifts and decor.
From tree lightings to visits from Santa, these events are bound to spread cheer.
The Delaware Destroyer's rock 'n' roll anniversary tour continues into 2020.
The Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania museum's annual holiday display returns from Nov. 29 to Jan. 5, 2020.
Savor the season with these festive events around the state and nearby Pennsylvania.
An episode of “Ghost Nation” featuring a case in Delaware premieres Nov. 15.
The annual Christmas celebration, now located at Hudson Fields in Milton, runs through Dec. 31.
Martin Scorsese's newest film hits select theaters for a short time before dropping on Netflix Nov. 27.
Matt and Marilyn Spong’s after-Thanksgiving wreath-making party has become a beloved tradition for family and friends.
The Wilmington venue's Local Brews, Local Grooves event features over 10 regional breweries and several area bands.