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Larry Strange IN Action

In 2006, Larry Strange experienced a debilitating spine injury that required surgery to fuse his C3-C5 vertebrae. The casualties of this surgery were neck mobility and Larry’s weekly tennis matches. To replace tennis and help with his rehabilitation, Strange took up hiking. (This comes into play later in the story.) The irony is that thirteen years later, Strange, in spite of his limited ability turn his neck, is putting Wilmington on the map (Google Maps to be specific) with his 360-degree photography... 


It is HBCU Week in Wilmington, and Magic Johnson is coming to visit.

The event that started in 2017 as a small college fair to promote college opportunities help local students learn more about Historically Black Colleges and Universities has exploded into a full week of concerts, service opportunities, symposia, and a live taping of ESPN’s “First Take” with Wilmington’s official HBCU Week Ambassador, Stephen A. Smith.

King Creative

Christopher Bruce has been a mainstay on the entertainment and video production circuit of Delaware for a long time now – but his latest project finds him settling down on Market for the first time. King Creative is a combined video and recording studio at 727 North Market, and the results of Christopher’s first partnership with Dan Pierce. We spoke with him about how their new venture came together…

Sug of Hoochi Coochi IN the Mix

Our latest episode of IN the Mix is now available on Facebook and YouTube! Sug from Hoochi Coochi joins us as we throw The Delaware Contemporary, Downtown Brew Fest 2019 and Girard Craft & Cork & Faire Market & Cafe *IN the Mix* in our August INstallment...