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Aubrey Plaza on The Late Show w Stephen Colbert - Community Calendar

It doesn’t take much for a mention of our state to make the viral rounds in our city’s social circle. A mere hint of the name “Joe Biden” and Twitter and Facebook feeds of everyone from  INfluencers to your great aunt go wild with extreme opinions from the widest of angles. Back when the film Fight Club revealed in its dialog its Delaware setting, we all went kinda crazy just hearing our city’s name, even without the aid of social media. Our small size and low population usually keeps us off the map of public interest and that, combined with an obvious identity crisis likely rooted in our proximal Mason-Dixon heritage and an agrarian/corporate economy, has led to a mix of prideful sharing and staunch defense from natives when there is mention of our home...

Serafin Summer Music

Countertenor Gus Mercante trained at the renowned University of North Texas College of Music, then went to Augsburg, Germany on a Fulbright Scholarship. But the Pike Creek native and University of Delaware alum says he couldn’t wait to come home to Wilmington...   

Backyard Bash Delaware Art Museum

You may have heard Delaware Art Museum's annual Backyard Bash is back this Saturday #inWilm. What is the Backyard Bash? What can families expect from the outdoor affair? We sat down with the Delaware Art Museum to find out. Here's the event IN a Nutshell...

Feminist Flea Market IN Wilmington

According to statistics from the National Museum of Women in the Arts, women earn between 65-75% of all the Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees in the United States. Yet women account for only 30% of the artists represented by commercial galleries. Female graduates of art programs run into bias when they look for opportunities whether it is publishing in art journals, showing their work, or applying for grants or fellowships...

Women Who Rock…a-Billy: Tina Marabito

If a Pontiac Grand Am or a Chevy Chevelle Laguna is the classic car of your dreams, you won’t see it at Wilmo a Go-Go in 2019…1972 is the youngest car model you’ll find at the May 26, 2019, event. But you will find old-timey hot rods and muscle cars, rag tops and land yachts, restorations and pinstripes galore. A stand-up bass or two. Biker jackets and twirly moustaches. And cheesecake (thanks to the pin-up contest)…lots and lots of cheesecake.

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