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Events

Grand plans another season of movie musicals at Bellevue

Five films are planed Saturday evenings in May, June and July. More are possible, ‘if demand and venue availability allow,’ a spokesman said.

Longwood brings back Illuminated Fountain Shows

Beyonce, Nina Simone, Madonna, Lady Gaga and Dolly Parton are among the musicians added to the famous shows.

Point-to-Point promises to be a cozier affair than usual

The steeplechase normally draws 16,000 to 18,000 people, but the 43rd annual event on May 30 will max out at 3,600.

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.'

While most holiday displays end this weekend, Longwood drops prices for next week

Yes, Christmas is in the past, and the torn wrapping is in the trash, but a few local Christmas displays are continuing to celebrate the holiday. Here’s a recap.

Here’s how to recycle your Christmas tree when the ho, ho, hoing is over

Recycling Christmas trees last year meant 173,000 tons of yard waste didn't end up in Delaware landfills. 

Founder’s Folio: Perspectives from the past and present on the holiday season

So how did the holiday decoration tradition begin in America? It happened later than you might think.

Music, performances and lights, all in holiday style

There are plenty of socially distanced, virtual, drone-enabled and often-free ways for Delawareans to celebrate Christmas this weekend. Here are some.

Across Delaware, events commemorate Veterans Day

Wednesday is Veterans Day, and Delawareans will commemorate the holiday with events Wednesday and later. The holiday was originally known as Armistice Day, marking the end of World War I on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the...

Winterthur embraces virtual world with antique show, conferences

An institution devoted to the tactile is discovering greater reach by having programs such as the Delaware Antiques Show online.
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Delaware Parks and Recreation is up for a national award

If Delaware beats other finalists, it would be second state system to win award twice since it began in 1965.

Carney: All unemployment payments are temporary; look for a job

He said those on unemployment are required to look for a job and the state will look at that

At St. Edmond’s, the show must go on(line)

Virtual musical required rethinking songs, choreography and learning new timing over a Zoom delay
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