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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...

Summer IN the Parks IN Wilmington

The sixth annual Summer in the Parks program, in partnership with The Grand Opera House, is in full swing with evening concerts planned starting July 11...

BeatlesFest 2018

Has it been a hard day’s night? Have you been workin’ like a dog? Instead of sleepin’ like a log, take one of six opportunities to check out BeatleFest 2018 at the Wilmington Drama League from Monday, July 16 through Saturday, July 21. It’s not exactly eight days a week, but it’ll feel like eight days of music, with a total of 215 songs being performed...

Photo of Wilmington Ballet directors Ann Cole and Sara Neal by aligaylephotos.com

Wilmington Ballet (formerly The Academy of the Dance est.1956) of Delaware, announces the appointment of Ann Cole, as Executive Artistic Director, and Sara Neal, as Associate Artistic Director...

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