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Delaware’s John Gallagher Jr. to host live fundraiser Saturday for Arden Gild

'Independent music venues have been hit particularly hard,' Gallagher said about his fundraiser.

Making the old new: She upcycles worn furniture into stylish pieces

A Patterson Schwartz real estate agent by day, Ruth Govatos spends her nights transforming furniture

Three takeaways on achieving Black excellence and influencing Wilmington’s future

The panelists said that growing up, they had Black role models who lifted them up and showed them what success looks like.

Friends write song to benefit Tilton Park, West Side Grows

Rob Pfeiffer and Sug Daniels pen political anthem inspired by the inauguration

Delaware Art Museum goes for inclusiveness in reinstallation

The new gallery design embraces works by female and Black artists and emphasizes the role of local artists and collectors in the history of art.

Longwood reimagines its conservatory in $250 million plan

It includes building glasshouses, relocating the Cascade Garden, creating an outdoor Bonsai Courtyard and building a restaurant and private event space.

Boom! Delaware Symphony drops second classical concert into email inboxes

Thrilled to be back onstage, even with COVID-19 restrictions, the DSO will record six performances this winter and spring

Brandywine River Museum of Art closes for facility upgrades

The biggest change for visitors is switching the second-floor restrooms with a gallery. The work also involves lighting and HVAC and fire suppression systems.

New streaming UD play uses comedy, music and satire to look at race in America

UD actor, playwright Hassan El-Amin's play 'Talk About Race' is part sketch comedy, part satire, part history and part music.

Winter Wonder showcases Longwood’s outdoors

The display showcases the winter landscape and plants inside the Conservatory. Also new is a 10-part ‘Voices in the Landscape.'
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The grand total for the 2021 event will be announced Saturday by 8 p.m.
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