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.
Mark your calendar for these incredible art events, theatrical plays, bike tours and more throughout the First State during April.
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.
Get to know the scenic Delaware town by exploring fan-favorite restaurants, historical sites and the Mispillion Riverwalk Park.
Exquisitely designed by John J. Raskob for social gatherings and a bespoke book collection, the Archmere Library now houses meetings and literary masterpieces.
Star guitarist Vinnie Moore has toured the world for decades, but Delaware’s ‘mojo’ always draws him home.
Whether you prefer the natural, simple look or something more ornate, these wrapping tips will take your holiday gifts to the next level.
West Chester, Pennsylvania-based artist Sarah Bourne Rafferty uses a photographic technique called cyanotype to create everything from calendars and gift wrap to wallpaper and textiles.
Venues across the state are continuing to modify the way they operate to maintain business during the pandemic.
Seasonal events might look a little different this year, but these traditions carry on—with a few adjustments.
Tell us your local favorites! Results will be published in the July 2021 issue of Delaware Today.
Even amid the pandemic, Winterthur, the Brandywine River Museum, Hagley and Longwood Gardens are bringing the magic with their iconic holiday experiences.
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.
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.
A born artist, Corinne Pomeroy returns to her early passion with CCP Fine Art, a collection of works inspired by time and place.
From virtual rehearsals to socially distanced concerts, Delaware arts organizations aren’t letting the curtain close.