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The IN Crowd

Brian Marine, a lighting sales specialist by day, spends his nights and weekends enjoying all aspects of Wilmington to the absolute fullest - he's IN for it all!

Last week, the Pittsburg area newsgroup TribLIVE Media, published a fantastic article highlighting the Wilmington and Brandywine area as their RoadTrip! destination. The article encourages residents to pick a weekend and venture to some of the great events hosted in our community...

Banker at Chase Card Services by day, and self-titled headbanger by night... Stephanie Duncan is definitely IN for the music!

Julia Christie-Robin
Bike Mechanic & Cat Lady

Stan Smokler Sculpture - photo by Joe del Tufo

Professional Sculptor Stan Smokler has been a Wilmington resident most of his life and is certainly IN for the Arts! When he's not leading students as a Professor at the Delaware College of Art and Design or as the head of the Marshall Bridge Welding Workshop, you can catch him enjoying some of his favorite people, places and things to do #inWilm...

Sammy & Jordan with their favorite musician (Billy Dobies from New Sweden) and photographer (Joe del Tufo)!

Sisters Jordan and Samantha Crell may only be students, but trust us when we say they have an excellent taste IN music and arts!

Dawn Filandro: Marketing & Fitness Instructor IN Wilmington

In the morning, you can catch Dawn Filandro leading classes at the YMCA before she heads over to her marketing job at Chase. At the end of her work days and on the weekends, you often see her volunteering for the PSU Alumni Association of Delaware and the Delaware Food Bank.

Wilmington resident David Norbut is best known for his INcredible photographic eye as he captures the raw beauty of the people and environments he encounters. David loves working with creative minds and has organized his fair share of activities featuring local artists and musicians. 

Lou Mauro was born in Wilmington, DE in 1939. When I asked him why he decided to be a barber, he said, “I didn’t have a choice.” He started working in his uncle’s barbershop on Union Street when he as just 8 years old. As a young boy he would do twelve hour days in the summer. At nineteen years old he made a whopping $19.00 a week as a barber. For Lou, as you will learn later, it wasn’t about the money. It was about the love for his customers.

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