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Harvesting a Second Chance

06 04

Pam GeorgeDelaware’s first indoor vertical farm keeps growing — despite COVID-19’s disruption   On March 16, Second Chances Farm in Wilmington, Delaware, was harvesting its...

A Fresh Home Delivery from Second Chances Farm

Great Neighbors: How You Can Support the Arts and Local Businesses with Dollars and Actions

03 20

IN WilmingtonThis week, Delawareans reading the news learned that food and beverage workers make up about TEN PERCENT of the First State’s workforce, not counting other hospitality workers, like hotel staff. What...

IN This Together

StayIN' Fit Indoors

03 24

IN WilmingtonNow that our quarantine is official, your favorite gym or yoga studio has closed its doors and you might be left wondering where to go from here. Or, perhaps you haven't established a regular...

Yoga - Crow Pose

What's IN: Stuck INside Edition

03 24

IN WilmingtonWe know, we know...Life is a little bizarre right now and finding things to do feels like a challenge. The good news is, the latest INstallment of our newsletter is chock-full of online...

Facebook Live Magic Show presented by Party Business - March 27

Earth Day 2020: Quarantine Edition

04 20

Brianna HansenI was watching an aerial video of Wilmington produced by NüPOINT the other day, showing the stark streets, stores and public spaces of our once bustling city. Talk about all the feels...Each park...

Earth Day 2020 IN Quarantine

Faithful Friends: HelpIN' Our Animals (and Owners) #inWilm

02 28

Jill Althouse-Wood  Over my life, I have owned (or been owned by) four pugs, bought as puppies from local breeders. I am a sucker for a smushed-face puppy, and once we had one pug, we just stuck with the breed...

We Think You Should Adopt Dolly from Faithful Friends

Get INvolved: Delaware's Giving Day

02 27

Jill Althouse-WoodWarning: this blog entry comes with a challenge for all readers. Will you accept? Very soon, for one twenty-four-hour period, every Delawarean will be called upon to answer the question: What...

Delaware Gives Day: Do More 24

Cultivating Leaders and Data-Driven Solutions Key for Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League

02 19

JulieAnne Cross  In 1910, more than four decades after the abolition of slavery in the U.S., numerous American cities established local ordinances to segregate neighborhoods, from Baltimore to Dallas,...

Eugene Young CEO & President of the Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League