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.
We give you our top picks in entertainment this month, plus virtual and socially-distant events around the state to add to your calendar.
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.
From classical painting to musical and culinary prowess, these local Renaissance men are buttoned down by day and artistic on the side.
Auditions for the next season of the popular ABC show are being held with custom-built Zoom technology.
From newly-opened outdoor spaces to free live music, local businesses are offering more to entertain guests and make them feel comfortable.
The Wilmington-raised poet grapples with grief in her new intimate collection of poetry, and shares how mourning takes up residence in the body.
As Black Lives Matter demonstrations continue across the globe, a local gallery presents an opportunity for Black artists to express themselves creatively.
From social distancing protocols to fair food, here are some quick things to note before you head to the Harrington fairgrounds.
The festival will run from July 17 through Aug. 2 with a mixture of virtual and socially distanced events.
The events will meet all of Delaware's Phase 2 COVID-19 guidelines, and offer free arts experiences to children.
After a successful first concert, The Grand will continue its Concerts by Car series later this month at the Wilmington Riverfront.
This summer, the Wilmington museum is launching Creative Spacers, a project by local artists that encourages coronavirus safety through art.
Browse this year's list of the top restaurants, shops and services in our state, as voted by our readers and editors.
David Bromberg was away from recording and performing for 22 years. But since moving to Wilmington, he’s recaptured his love for both.
Many signature celebrations have been cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19, but there are still a few Independence Day fireworks displays happening around Delaware.
Delawareans can rock out from home as the Ladybug Music Festival and Clifford Brown Jazz Festival take center stage on their computer screens.