Our intrepid reporters risked life and limb to explore skydiving,
kiteboarding, scuba diving, paintballing and dirtbiking. If you’ve
always wanted to experience extreme fun, read this.
by Matt Amis and Ben Brooks
New York City offers more than overpriced designer wear. Find out how
to sniff out upscale bargains in the heart of the city. by Shannon German
Shopping in Philadelphia’s Italian market can be overwhelming. Learn
where to go for the freshest meats, cheeses, homemade pasta and, of
course, cannoli. by Patricia Lake
edited by Ben Brooks
A local collector’s 33 years of
research is now a published
book destined to be the definitive
resource on Howard Pyle.
by Lora Bilton Englehart
Errand guys, birds on high,
fitness tries, lighthouse ties
Students in Delaware must
score higher than those in
other states to get equal
by Kathryn Canavan
Picnic supplies the ants will
want to carry away.
by Kelly M. Carter and
Owners of an elegant bed-and-
breakfast invite guests to bring
along their horses.
by Eileen Smith Dallabrida
- Partner Content -
Floral furnishings for your home.
compiled by Kelly M. Carter
edited by Shannon Canton
Playwright Keith Powell’s
multicultural works win him
accolades on his way to a
stellar career. by Matt Amis
Excelon Invitational, Arabesque 2005 and more.
by Megan M.F. Everhart
Frank’s Golden Wine Event,
the Autism Ball and the
ever-inquisitive Gabby. .
Our Man About Town reports
the latest party news.s.
Eat & Drink
Experts reveal secret grilling
tips. by Pam George
In Every Issue
From the Editor
New stores, a better beach and more.
Parades, fireworks and cultural arts.
Cool clothes for hot weather.
It takes a village
Combining retail with residential.
kings of the castle
How to build a sterling sandcastle.
a new wave
Sophisticated beach décor.
Favorites evolve; new restaurants emerge.
In Our Next Issue:
Best of Delaware: Our readers voted for their favorite restaurants, shops and
services in the state. We present the winners.
Delaware Art Museum: Ready to wow visitors with its new look,
the museum is open at last.
From Blue Rocks to Red Sox: The Blue Rocks change more than just the team logo.