Winterthur’s new Artisan Market honors fine craftsmanship (and farming)

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(Jack Russell terriers in a vignette by Tracy Shue of Walking Olive)     Winterthur expands its salute to craftsmanship and honors its history as farmland with its first artisan market. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 17-18, 86 vendors, about half from Delaware, will sell antiques and collectibles; furniture and home d√©cor; up-cycled and architectural salvage pieces; crafts …

Sun’s out, and so are diners in the streets around Delaware

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Wilmington’s popular Curbside dining in the streets returns for the summer.     Areas around Delaware are tempting diners (and drinkers ‚Äď and shoppers) with special events in which the dining spreads onto sidewalks, parking spots, parks or the streets. They were popular last year because the risk of being infected with COVID-19 is lower outdoors and being able to …

Where vaccinated people can get deals on food and drink

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Bardea Food & Drink offers a free dessert with dinner. This is its twist on cheesecake with pomegranate, buddha‚Äôs hand and white sesame crumble. Photo from Bardea Facebook   Small businesses across Delaware are getting state grants to cover the cost of providing incentives for vaccinated customers. More the 200 will receive state grants up to $5,000 for reimbursements, the …