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Despite the recent heat wave and stifling humidity, the calendar actually says September and autumn is just around the corner. (Technically, a calendar says nothing; one must read it to confirm we are on the cusp of fall.) Actually, upon closer inspection, the fall season kicks off this weekend, and with it comes a healthy slate of fun festivals that will keep the weekends full ‘til Thanksgiving...

Mayor Mike Purzycki proclaims September as Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Month in Wilmington

Mayor Mike Purzycki today proclaimed September as Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Month in Wilmington. For the second year in a row, Wilmington will host a week-long series of events, from Sunday, September 16 through Saturday, September 22, to promote awareness among local students and their families about the importance of HBCUs.

WilminGO Brings Golf-cart Taxis to Downtown Wilmington

You’ve seen various types of ways to get around your favorite city to alleviate the trouble from block to block to get around. There are rickshaws, trollies, bikes, horse and carriage, snow sled dogs, subways, monorails,  shuttles, buses, tandem bikes, and now Wilmington, we’ve got out very own! Starting Friday you can get a ride around downtown and learn about the city’s rich history thanks to the startup WilminGO and their golf-cart taxi service!

DelaWILD Celebrating Nature IN the First State

The area’s leading environmental and conservation organizations are heeding the call of the wild, and invite you to join the pack. Convening at the rambling grounds of Winterthur, they’ll celebrate nature and the environment during the inaugural event DelaWILD, on Saturday, August 25th...

August Quarterly

The August Quarterly, founded in 1814, is the nation’s oldest African-American festival, born right here IN Wilmington, where the first independent black Christian Church in the U.S. was also founded. It’s a week-long celebration of religious freedom, freedom of speech and the right to assembly, rights that were not always granted to people of color in the United States...

Meet: Susan Kelliher

In the year since Susan Kelliher took over the job as Senior Vice President of Human Resources at the Chemours Company, she’s become one of the most visible people inside the “people function” of a corporate offices on Market.

Millennial Summit IN Wilmington

This coming Tuesday marks the second annual Millennial Summit here in Wilmington. The Chase Center will be buzzing with over 500 millennials and stakeholders who want to learn and take away meaningful pieces of inspiration and knowledge surrounding non-profits, conducting business professionally, diversity in today’s economy, and so much more...