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Evangelina's Vegan Desserts IN Wilmington
Brianna Hansen

Local musician, baker and civil & animal rights activist Evangelina announced on her blog yesterday that she will be kicking off a new partnership with Drop Squad Kitchen on the Wilmington Riverfront starting mid-February.  

This is not only exciting news for those who have chosen the vegan lifestyle, but also for any sweet tooths out there. Evangelina makes killer kill-less treats. 

Black History Month IN Wilmington Delaware
Brianna Hansen

Last month, we honored the legacy of Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with plenty of options right here in our own backyard. If you weren’t able to join IN the festivities, not to worry - #BlackHistoryMonth brings plenty of many ways to honor Dr. King and all of those who helped advance the Civil Rights Movement #inWilm. Here are some of this month's top picks:

Courtesy of Delaware Theatre Company Press Release

Andy Truscott, Director of Marketing and Development for Delaware Theatre Company and 2009 WCU alum, has been awarded the Region II Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Gold Medallion.  It is the organization’s most prestigious award and considered one of the great honors in theater education.

Karl Malgiero

They say there are no mistakes in improvisational comedy, only opportunities.

Starting Friday, Wilmington and the region will have the opportunity to see the city’s only improv group, Fearless Improv, at their home at City Theater Company’s The Black Box for Titanium 22 – a so-called “showcase of strength in comedy”.

Delaware Division of the Arts Individual Fellowship Awards IN Wilmington
Delaware Division of the Arts Press Release

Sixteen Delaware artists are being recognized by the Delaware Division of the Arts for the high quality of their artwork. Work samples from 118 Delaware choreographers, composers, musicians, writers, and visual artists were reviewed by out-of-state arts professionals, considering demonstrated creativity and skill in their art form. The 16 selected fellows reside throughout Delaware including Claymont, Dover, Greenville, Lewes, Middletown, Newark, Rehoboth Beach, and Wilmington.

Holly Quinn
Delaware Arts INfo Blog

2015 was another great year for Delaware theater, with big changes (The DuPont Theatre was sold by the DuPont Co. to The Grand in January, and Delaware Theatre Company began actually developing shows for Broadway for the first time) and big excitement -- I don’t think I went to a single show in ‘15 without a full audience. I might even go so far as to say that Delaware is in the middle of a theater Renaissance, from Community theater on up.


Michelle Kramer-Fitzgerald
Delaware Arts INfo Blog

This post compiled with info from and WHYY's

Delaware Arts Info is happy to celebrate spoken-word artists Al Mills and Nnamdi Chukwuocha --- known regionally as The Twin Poets --- as the First State's new Poets Laureate. As Delaware's 17th ambassadors of poetry, they are also the first to share the honorary title. 

Christine Facciolo
Delaware Arts INfo Blog

The program may have been titled “Winter’s Glitt’ring Sun” but it didn’t feel anything like winter on Sunday when Brandywine Baroque presented its second concert of the 2015-16 season.

The well-attended concert featured works by Italians Vivaldi, Tessarini, Leo and Facoli and a secular cantata by Englishman Thomas Arne.

Charles "Ebbie" Alfree III
Delaware Arts INfo Blog

This past weekend,Delaware Theater Company (DTC) opened yet another New York City-bound production, Diner, the musical. Based on Barry Levinson’s iconic 80’s film, the musical (for which he also wrote the book), has music and lyrics by multi-Grammy Award-winner, Sheryl Crow and is directed by three-time Tony Award-winner, Kathleen Marshall.


Michelle Kramer-Fitzgerald
Delaware Arts INfo Blog

SuiteFranchon (aka Franchon Roberts Beeks) is a prolific poet/performer in the Delaware Valley. She currently hosts her own production in and around Wilmington called "Peace, Love & Poetry," and she just celebrated the release of her first book, Living the Journey. We caught up with this local artist recently to chat about all things art and poetry...

Wilmington Creative District press release

This content originated from the Wilmington Creative District's blog...

Wilmington’s Creative District has taken another big step forward as it welcomes a new creative partnership.  The District's next move will seeNextFab Studio make its second home in Wilmington, from its origins in Philadelphia. 

Ken Grant
Delaware Arts INfo Blog

City Theater Company has a great way of giving the audience not just a great show, but an experience that engages at a level deeper than mere entertainment. That comes from a combination of picking truly original works and using great actors, musicians, costuming and set design to create a sense that the audience member is not just sitting and passively observing, but is actually participating in the magic...

Scott Frelick
Delaware Arts INfo Blog

What a joy to experience the production of the Tony Award–winning show Annie, currently at The Playhouse on Rodney Square. This production is an extra-special treat because it is directed by the original lyricist and director, Martin Charnin. This a familiar story of the orphan girl, Annie, based on the Harold Gray comic strip, who finds her home with Billionaire Oliver Warbucks. I've seen many companies do this show in the past, but this one is definitely worth seeing and stays very pure to the original intent of the show...

Holly Quinn
Delaware Arts INfo Blog

During her time on the Delaware Arts scene, Philadelphia singer-songwriter Jessica Graae performed, taught, and released her first album, 2013’s “Gypsy Blood.” Her newly-released second album, “Sea Dream,” opens as you might expect: with a dreamy, atmospheric song of the sea, “Sea’s Siren” (featuring Kiley Ryan and Chico Huff). Graae’s lilting, wide-ranging voice is at once folksy and classical, accompanied by acoustic guitar, strings, percussion (sometimes) and the occasional keyboard...

Krista Connor
Out & About Magazine

This Wilmington-based nonprofit helps at-risk young people gain construction and vocation experience. Anyone taking a tour of the Kalmar Nyckel at its Wilmington shipyard off East Seventh Street will certainly be drawn to a spacious, uniquely-shaped structure to the right of the shipyard. The edgy, contemporary building is made entirely of reclaimed materials like salvaged pickle barrels. And the builders? Aspiring local carpenters between the ages of 18 and 21 from at-risk, underserved backgrounds. 

Brianna Hansen
Out & About Magazine

Thirteen of New Castle County’s top craft beer des­ti­na­tions will be tap­ping the “good stuff” during the fifth annual Wilmington Beer Week, Nov. 7–14. The week­long cel­e­bra­tion will show­case a WBW-record 61 craft brew­eries while fea­turing din­ners, tap takeovers, meet the brewers and more. Delaware brew­eries will be promi­nent in that lineup, so look for the latest cre­ations from 16 Mile, 2SP, Dogfish Head, Evolution, Fordham, Mispillion, Third Wave and Twin Lakes. Top regional brew­eries rep­re­sented include Flying Fish, Heavy Seas, Lancaster, Stoudts, Troegs, Victory and Yards...

Larry Nagengast
Out & About Magazine

Market Street has seen its share of hard times. The backbone of Wilmington’s commercial and retail life for more than two centuries, the street fell into decline in the late 1960s, ravaged by rioting and a National Guard occupation in the wake of the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1968. The continued growth of suburban shopping malls eviscerated its retail core. Market Street’s transformation into a pedestrian mall in the mid-1970s brought a glimmer of hope, but it was short-lived. 






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