Category Archives: Arts

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Chefs Share New Year’s Brunch Recipes

We are reposting our favorite New Year’s Brunch Recipes for those of you who have are in your new home for the New Year and want a taste of Southern Delaware on your table! On New Year’s Eve, most people celebrate the passing of another year by partying with friends at your favorite restaurant or […]

Active Adults Realty Walks for MS in May

Join us on May 30 when Active Adults Realty Walks for MS in Bridgeville Bridgeville, DE- Active Adults Realty “Walk for MS” on Friday, May 30 at Heritage Shores in Bridgeville, Delaware. We’re building a Walk Team, would you like to join us? “Walk MS” connects people living with MS to those who care about […]

Living LOCAL: Top 5 Ways to Do-DE

For such a small state, Delaware has a lot going on. This far from a complete list of Things-to-Do, but it’s a great start to your Delaware Bucket List. Top 5 Ways to Do-DE PARKS AND BEACHES Delaware State Parks Delaware Beaches STATE-WIDE TRAILS Delaware Culinary Trail Delaware Wine and Ale Trail Delaware History Trail […]

Winter Olympic Highlights for Boomers

A  February 2014 article in the AARP Bulletin and on the AARP website written by Bill Hogan, reminds me that I am such a Boomer.  A Boomer’s History of the Winter Olympics “February brings the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, with 98 events in 15 sports. It’s the first time that Russia has […]

First Class Graduates from Food Bank Culinary Program

Culinary Coast Will Benefit from New Workers Milford, DE – Eleven members of The Culinary School at the Food Bank of Delaware celebrated today during a graduation ceremony for the inaugural class at the Food Bank’s newly-expanded Milford, Delaware facility, according to the Delaware Business Daily. Said Food Bank of Delaware President and CEO Patricia […]

Delaware’s Independent Grocers Find Specialty Niches

Challenges Face Indie-grocers in the State In a recent article by Eileen Dallabrida in Business Daily, titled “Independent grocers add the personal touch”, Eileen talks to local independent grocers including Lenny Pollitt of Lloyd’s Market in Lewes , about the challenges facing independent grocers in the State.  “In a marketplace fat with choices, independent grocers […]

Local Chefs Share Their Love for Thanksgiving

First Thanksgiving In Your New Home? What if you could serve a culinary buffet with dishes from the area’s top chefs, how great would that be? Well, be thankful that you can, thanks to these popular area chefs who supplied “Locals Now!” with some of their favorite holiday recipes that will bring a local twist […]

October-November Calendar of Events

October- November Calendar of Events Oct 25-27  Sea Witch Festival Nov 1-3  World Championship Punkin Chunkin Nov 2  Holiday Fair Fine Craft Show Nov 2  26th Annual Beebe Ball Nov 6-10  Rehoboth Beach Film Society’s 2013 Independent Film Festival Nov 8-9 VIA’s 8th Annual St. Nicholas Tea & Sleigh Boutique Nov 16  Coastal Concerts Brasil […]

Lewes Restaurant Review – Rose and Crown

One of our new favorite places is the NEW Rose and Crown in Lewes next to the Hotel Rodney. Many remember the Rose and Crown when it was on 2nd street in the Welch building (where Jerry’s Seafood is now). We ate there often and liked it. It was an authentic English Pub complete with […]

March 2013 Calendar of Events in Lewes, Delaware

What’s happening in and around Lewes, Delaware in March? The place to find out is the March Calendar of Events from the Lewes Chamber of Commerce. Some of my favorites coming up are the: Jasper String Quartet at Coastal Concerts Friends of Cape Henlopen State Park fundraiser at Bethany Blues Chamber Membership Mixer at the […]