DelawareLive Aug 7

Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – August 7, 2022

Sonja Frey Delaware Live, Weekly Review

Click on the image below to view as a PDF This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Headlines Sussex GOP condemns ‘racist’ mailer sent by conservative group McGuiness pushes back after DE Dems endorse primary opponent A tale of two bills: Paid leave and pot Culture Claymont eyed for new park with marina, amphitheater Winterthur offers $2 admission to SNAP members Sign …

DelawareLive May 8

Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – May 8, 2022

Sonja Frey Delaware Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Headlines Delaware House votes to legalize marijuana possession Child care bonuses set at $1,000; registry to open soon Indicted auditor McGuinness files for re-election Culture Winterthur’s Jackie Kennedy exhibit to open Saturday Dolly Parton serenades book celebration party at Wilmington Library ‘Book of Mormon’ to head 2022-23 Playhouse Broadway series Food & Dining Opening of …

These spots will allow you to savor spring when dining out

Pam George Culture, Headlines

Thompson Island is one of many places in or near Delaware where diners can celebrate spring.   Restaurants are gearing up for a busy spring season — Easter, Mother’s Day and grads-and-dads events are on the horizon. Menus are now full of seasonal flavor — think ramps, asparagus, fiddlehead ferns — and as the calendar flips to April, dining outside …

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

Ken Mammarella Culture, Don't Miss, Events, Featured, food and drink, Headlines

(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 décor; up-cycled and architectural salvage pieces; crafts …