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Summer Happy Hours at Delaware Art Museum

To kick off summer, the Delaware Art Museum is hosting Happy Hours every Thursday—June 29 through September 14—from 5:00pm-7:00pm on the Museum's back terrace in the Copeland Sculpture Garden or in the Thronson Café during inclement weather. Drinks and food specials will be provided by Toscana, the Museum's exclusive caterer. 

Special themed Happy Hours will take place on select dates throughout the summer. On June 29, July 6, and July 13, guests will enjoy local musician Seth Tillman on vocals and acoustic guitar. On July 27, the Museum will host a special Game Night featuring bean bag toss, Jenga, and other outdoor games. On August 31, visitors are invited to bring their four-legged friends for Doggy Day Happy Hour, with special dog treats included...

La Fia

OperaDelaware announced this week that La Fia will be opening for brunch and dinner services for the next two Sundays (April 30 & May 7) as the 2017 OperaDelaware Festival brings hungry patrons to Market Street. As a downtown resident, I have to say, I’m excited for the opportunity to dig INto a new Sunday brunch spot, even if only for two weeks!

Hetty Feather

This stage adaptation of the 2010 UK children’s novel by Jacqueline Wilson currently coming to life at Delaware Theatre Company, is just about as perfect a musical as could be. From the beginning we are introduced to the humor and melody of this charming but realistically cynical production; a musical duo hilariously send up a “Thank you” to the sponsors and attendees, while setting the tone for the night to come...

Are you faced with the task of moving your entire art studio? If so, you probably have some questions about finding the right moving company for your supplies. Below are six proven steps to find the right professional movers for you...

Symphonies by Haydn and Schubert got a well-deserved reception at the penultimate concert of the Delaware Symphony Orchestra’s chamber series at the Hotel du Pont’s Gold Ballroom on Tuesday. March 21, 2017. It was a trombone concertino by Swedish composer Lars-Erik Larsson, though, that piqued the interest of concertgoers. Little surprise there. Compositions featuring solo trombone are rarities on classical music programs. But the trombone has come a long way. No longer does it have to remain content to sit at the back of the orchestra idly counting rests. The repertoire for it has grown—albeit slowly...

Mélomanie, the critically acclaimed ensemble known for its provocative pairings of early and contemporary works, capped off its 2016-17 season with a program tilted a bit more toward the contemporary than usual...

For one weekend only, a Dublin pub is nestled in the heart of downtown Wilmington with Once, the Tony award-winning Broadway musical, taking audiences on a captivating journey with touching songs and heartfelt performances. The show's tagline – "His music needed one thing. Her." – perfectly encapsulates the storyline of a brokenhearted street musician and Czech-immigrant muse. Sam Cieri and Mackenzie Lesser-Roy brilliantly play the lead characters simply named Guy and Girl, who demonstrate such incredible emotional vulnerability as they struggle to move through life and their own complex, unlikely connection. The tender moments and songs they share bring to life the universal themes of moving past fear and embracing one's destiny...

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