As these local food connoisseurs explain, spring is a great time for fresh pasta topped with vegetables from the garden.
After almost 50 years in the studio, J. Clayton Bright continues to evolve as a sculptor and painter in the Brandywine Valley region.
Meet teen riding sensation Parker Hendriks, who was born into a family of jockeys, riders and trainers in the region.
A Chester County college professor projects the work of iconic Brandywine Valley artists into the 21st century.
Kelly Forwood treats her guests like royalty when it comes to tailgating. Chilled summer pudding is a favorite during race season.
Following the passing of Irénée du Pont Jr. in January, one writer remembers the lasting legacy that "Brip" had on the region.
Steeplechase tailgaters Rebecca Yount and George Wagman III share a stuffed mushrooms recipe that will wow on race day.
Here's your complete glossary of common verbiage used in the world of steeplechase for upcoming races around the Brandywine Valley.
Rain brought greater joy to the cherished union of a Delaware couple, who held their celebration at Brantwyn in New Castle County.
The easy point-to-point tea recipe by Winterthur Point-to-Point tailgating award winner Michael Wilson will be your new tailgating favorite.
It’s been quite the journey for Jill Forbes Willcox, from postwar England to Tory Hill Farm, a horse farm and riding school in Glen Mills.
Learn more about the region’s hat purveyors. Featured courtesy Winterthur Get to know the region’s premier hat purveyors, then pick out the perfect topper for your race-day look around the […]
Between outings, Fair Hill Training Center is workout headquarters for about 400 racehorses in the Maryland countryside.
Is Bruce Miller the Brandywine Valley region’s finest all-around horseman? His legacy in the field speaks for itself.
This recently redesigned mudroom serves as a practical informal entry to the home, plenty whimsical and full of function.
The Philadelphia Fashion Incubator weighs in on perfect looks for the upcoming horse races across the Brandywine Valley.
As the weather warms up, get ready for entertaining in the Brandywine Valley this spring with these gadgets, eats and beverages.
Spring brings plenty of fun events to the Brandywine Valley. Check out seasonal blooms at Longwood Gardens or relax with art and live music.
Paddle tennis is taking over the Brandywine Valley, with the Richard R.P. Morrow Invitational Tournament happening in Wilmington, DE.
A favorite among locals in Chadds Ford, Hank's Place is on the mend and planning to reopen following damage from Hurricane Ida.
Vintage wine tools are still used for making and drinking the traditional beverage, and an online Winterthur exhibit educates about the gear.
When their original wedding venue didn’t work out, the Delaware couple opted for a unique venue in Wilmington for their winter nuptials.
Black Moss Meredith's modern approach to creating and sharing music is extending its reach among locals and as far as Norway.
Cedarcroft, the former home of famed travel writer Bayard Taylor, is for sale in Kennett Square, listed for $1.38 million.
Run by a father-son team, Laran Bronze Fine Art Foundry & Studio in Chester teams up with artists to create spectacular bronze art.
Brandywine Valley vintners offer their suggestions for bringing together great wine from the area's wineries and local food.
There are plenty of holiday dining options from restaurants around the Brandywine Valley for festive celebrations this year.
Need a unique gift idea? Craft décor and festive presents at these holiday-themed workshops around the Brandywine Valley.
Feeling inspired to give back this holiday season? There are plenty of ways to serve the community with your time, finances or talents.
From seasonal shows to festive marketplaces, there are plenty of ways to get into the holiday spirit across the Brandywine Valley.
The cold isn't stopping any of the fun in the Brandywine Valley! Check out these upcoming events happening in our area this winter.
Cross everyone off your holiday shopping list with these 10 items found locally in the Brandywine Valley or online.
Selling Christmas trees has been a family tradition for the owners of Old Stone Farm, and they continue to grow as other farms fall away.
A previously uninhabitable farmhouse was reimagined to create a stunning, open-concept layout full of charm and character.
Coatesville’s long-awaited National Sports and Events Center—a $79 million project expected to create 350 jobs—looks toward breaking ground.
The paintings of Kennett Square-based artist Robert Jackson keep people talking with their fun yet meaningful style.
With ancestral roots that they hope to pass along to their grandchildren, local quilters share their passion for the craft of quilting.
A half-day's drive from the Brandywine Valley, the Charlottesville, Virginia area is teeming with vineyards, making it the perfect getaway.
After 25 years of trying to fill its historic "donut hole," Brandywine Conservancy has finally acquired Skirmish Hill Farm.
This local couple reimagined their Chadds Ford wedding in the wake of Hurricane Ida into what turned out to be the wedding of their dreams.
Chefs, restaurateurs and sommeliers in the region explain how cooking with wine adds flavor and nuances to many dishes.
After 54 years, Bob Tattersall finally enacts his succession plan on the Wilmington Friends School gridiron.
Add these fall fashion accessories from local Main Line-area stores to your wardrobe to elevate any outfit.
Delaware and the Main Line are full of events you won't want to miss happening in the fall, like adult trick-or-treating and an escape room.
The Rosens beautified a historic property in Chester County with fields of fragrant lavender flowers—enriching their family in the process.
Consignment shops across the region continue to resell old vintage and antique riding gear, giving it a new lease on life.
Classic cars will take to the streets of Coatesville, attracting over 5,000 spectators and showing new opportunities for revitalization.
On the eve of his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Dick Vermeil reflects on a remarkable NFL career and almost 40 years in the Brandywine Valley.
Newport, Rhode Island is a perfect location for scenic views, delicious food and entertaining activities for your next getaway.
Bri Brant, a Delaware County native and the owner of Arden + James, rescues and revives the 19th-century farmhouse she admired as a kid.
Two high school sweethearts from Kennett Square finally got to hash out their ideal wedding on the Main Line.
Chester County’s Robin Ashby compiles a fitting tribute to 30 years of watercolors by his industrialist grandfather.
Main Line area farmers give advice on how to preserve fresh fruit for jellies, jams, butters and marmalades to use throughout the seasons.
Delaware and the Main Line are filled with items to add to your summer wardrobe. Check out this outfit inspiration from local stores.
It may be more creek than river, but that hasn’t stopped the Brandywine’s evolution as a recreational playground.
These events across the region are some you won't want to miss, including a battle reenactment and a summer festival.
Residents around the Main Line and Delaware regions satisfy a primal desire to grow some of what they eat through nano-farming.
After several pandemic postponements, a Wilmington couple finally ties the knot in an intimate celebration at Terrain at Styer’s.
Tony Bentley, Michael Finney and Erik Gudmundson are the voices that call the races in the region's three main steeplechase events.
The longstanding ceremony and tradition of the carriage parades is back at Point-to-Point at Winterthur and the Radnor Hunt races.
The Jack Russell terrier races remain a cherished tradition for guests every year at the Willowdale Steeplechase.
Check out these stunning statement fashions worn by local models for a day at the races around Delaware and the Main Line region.
Even at 6-foot-4, avid horse rider Chris Gracie from Kennett Square never looks out of place while riding his steed.
Backyard chickens became a trend during the pandemic. Here are tips from two Main Line farmers on starting your own brood.
Renew your home—indoors and out—with fresh furnishings, accessories and indulgences from shops in and around the Main Line region.
A tiny Chester County town celebrates the 300th birthday of its well-connected founding father, Humphry Marshall.
From safety to prizes to tailgate picnics, here's everything to know about the upcoming races around the region.
Penn Vet New Bolton Center’s Barbara Dallap-Schaer was kid without a horse. Now she’s saving them at a local animal hospital.
Get ready for race season across the region with our 2022 schedule, which includes favorites like Radnor Hunt and more.
Residents both young and old around Delaware and the Main Line continue to appreciate the sentiment in vintage typewriters.
When friendship turned to love for Emily O'Neill and Caleb Swafford, they celebrated their big day with close family and friends.
The timeless design of this author and steeplechase rider's farmhouse-style home pairs perfectly with function near Doe Run.
While modern businesses built on technology flourish, industrial ruins remind us of former glories of the Brandywine Valley.
Evan Gruber of Old Stone Cider in Lewisville discusses all things cider, from his favorite apple to the fermentation and production process.
With his new Wyeth guide, Barksdale Maynard celebrates the settings this winter around the region that inspired the iconic paintings.
Music buffs from the Northeast region wax nostalgic over voices from the past with different collectors items from local shops.
The now beautifully scenic, Hagley Museum’s Crowninshield Garden has a long history dating all the way back to 1915.
This local couple puts family first with a gorgeous wedding and father's blessing at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library.
As housing developments close in around it, Chester County’s iconic Greystone Hall sustains as a flawless monument to a distant era.
Brinton Run Preserve is set to open next spring in Chadds Ford Township with 72 acres of fields and 92 native plant species.
This historic Chester County farmhouse property’s upgraded kitchen remodel delights with an industrial and modern edge.
Anthony Vietri tends his small vineyard with the loving care of a traditional European farmer—but his wines are anything but rustic.
Here are some of the most important tips from the region's professionals when it comes to serving meat this holiday season.
After a tornado touches down in Delaware, this couple doesn't let the bad weather ruin their special day together.
The red fox is flourishing in Hunt Country—and conservationists aren’t the only ones who want to keep it that way.
Take a look inside this modernized upgrade of a West Chester family's home with the help of interior designer Glenna Stone.
After 48 years of shoeing horses for equestrian events around the world, Stephen Teichman transitions from full-time farrier to consultant.
A rejuvenated Brandywine Polo Club celebrates 70 years and shares some of its successes in the Main Line region.
Landscape designer Donald Pell explains the different types of gardening and why New American gardening is going to become a hit.
The Brandywine region has been at the center of much of American flag history and continues to wave the Brandywine Flag proudly.
Are your go-to dishes tasting a little bit boring? Here are some ways professional chefs in the area spice up their daily meals.
Welcome summer with these outdoor necessities. From the patio to the trail to the beach, there's something for every occasion this season.
After a lost year due to COVID-19, the region’s premier equestrian events return this May. Lead Photograph by Jim Graham Portaits by Tessa Marie Images After a year lost to […]
Crossing the Line tells the remarkable story of a West Philadelphia kid’s ascent in the sport of polo. Photographs by Tessa Marie Images Black cowboys were Kareem Rosser’s first heroes. […]
Andrew Wyeth’s only grandchild casts her own high-energy shadow as she relishes her role as ambassador to her family’s considerable legacy. Photographs by Jim Graham A lot of people would […]
The acclaimed abstract painter’s works are awash in form and color. Photographs by Jim Graham Vicki Vinton addresses a canvas the way a potter would throw a hunk of clay […]
The pair rings in the New Year in grand style. Photographs by DP Studios Like so many modern romances, Katie Warren and Pasha Alekseyev’s began online. The pair met via […]
Christine McGowan is dedicated to preserving a unique breed. Photographs by Jim Graham In the vast plains of North Dakota’s Little Missouri Badlands, thousands of native horses once roamed free. […]
A new book, Bound to the Country, documents three decades of foxhunting tradition. Aaron Siskind once said, “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you’ve caught […]
One of the South’s most historic cities offers a Lowcountry spin on the holidays. One can think of a lot worse things than heading south during the winter months. And […]
Sweets that go perfectly with your favorite adult beverage. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, this holiday season will be much different for all of us. But it may also […]
Though the venerable Hotel du Pont restaurant has undergone a revamp, memories linger for former customers and staff. Photographs by Jim Graham For more than a century, the Hotel du […]
Pre built-in closets, a classic storage solution offered both beauty and utility. Photograph courtesy of Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library The classic armoire is a titan among vintage furnishings. Simply […]
This holiday season, support the small businesses that make our region strong.
The acclaimed local designer is taking his first shot at retail and online sales. Photographed by Jim Graham at Greystone Hall in West Chester, Pa. Call it a pandemic pivot […]
Enjoy these winter events now through January 2021. Holiday Magic at Brandywine OCT. 31-JAN. 10, CHADDS FORD, PA. Brandywine River Museum of Art’s beloved model trains make their annual […]
The deliciously complex story behind the belated launch of the much-anticipated eatery.
The celebrated singer/songwriter is now helping those behind bars. Photographs by Jim Graham John Flynn knows that his music career isn’t what it used to be. This is a guy, […]
A Georgian-inspired home exudes Old World charm. Photographs by Angle Eye Photography Nancy and David Michener were looking for a home that exuded Old World charm and blended seamlessly with […]
Regional distillers embrace their whiskey heritage—with some new twists. Photograph courtesy of Manatawny Still Works From the earliest days of the United States, Pennsylvania has held a special place in […]
The artist puts her skills to work amid the pandemic. Photographs by Jim Graham On a trip to Key West, Fla., Dina du Pont happened upon an old set of […]
One photographer’s journey to the bottom of the world. Photographs by Jim Graham Succumbing to an Arctic addiction is easy, especially when you’re as heat averse as I am. Years […]
The husband-and-wife duo are training horses for competitive equestrian events at their state-of-the-art 80-acre Unionville, Pa., facility. Photographs by Jim Graham Everybody knows how important it is to get a […]
Friendship has made a difference for this local couple. Photographs by Kerry Harrison Photography For Monica Welsh and Andrew Buckley, friendship was the sturdy block on which they’d eventually build […]
Even in the online age, stamp and coin collectors still search out rarities. It may no longer be common practice to rummage through attics in search of yellowing envelopes with […]
Auction houses are an exciting place to find one-of-a-kind antiques and everyday wares for a lot less. Photographs by Jim Graham It’s a drizzly Saturday morning in rural Chester County, […]
The Brandywine Valley may be serene today. But in past centuries, its creek was lined with dozens of mills. There are still places today that echo the turning of their […]
Two classic designs remain cool for car collectors. Photographs by Jim Graham For people who came of age during the 1950s and ’60s, two styles of automobile are likely to […]
The style has become popular among millenials. Photograph courtesy of Pook and Pook, Inc. Among newlyweds and other young folks nesting in their new homes, Mid-Century Modern is back. They […]
Hilary Hays and James Greenhalgh were married on May 25, 2019. Photographs by J&J Studios, LLC
Turn heads this race season with fashions worthy of the winner’s circle. Photographs by Jim Graham […]
While female spectators must settle on a single millinery creation to wear to a steeplechase meeting, the women of racing wear many hats, from owner to trainer to rider. Janet […]
Exploring the gardens of WynEden. Photographs by Jim Graham “I didn’t like it the first time I saw it,” says Wayne Guymon. The year was 1998, and Guymon and his […]
5 steeplechase jockeys you should know. Photograph by Tod Marks Elizabeth Scully (pictured, center) Each morning, Elizabeth Scully rises early and springs into the saddle. In the afternoon, she […]
This past year, the steeplechase community lost several influential members. We remember their legacies. Photographs by Jim Graham Mrs. J. Maxwell “Betty” Moran Philanthropist and thoroughbred owner and breeder Elizabeth […]
Keep your favorite host or hostess happy with these cool gifts. 1. Don’t settle for less than perfect when traveling, thanks to TSA-friendly kits from Cocktail Kits 2 Go, which […]
Spring—especially Easter—is a time to savor this tradition. Around this time last year, I was in Colorado attending the annual Taste of Vail festival as a judge for the American Lamb […]
For Kennett Square’s Lucinda Donaldson, leasing was a great first step. Photographs by Jim Graham It’s hardly unusual for families in the Brandywine Valley to own horses, ride to the […]
Inside the curated world of Jim Sinclair. Photographs by Jim Graham Like many others, Jim Sinclair worked his way through Ken Burns’ acclaimed eight-part Country Music documentary series this […]
Ralph Rosazza and his family have been growing in Avondale, Pa., for more than 100 years. Photographs by Jim Graham It rained all night and all day. But when the […]
Blooms & Bamboo Oct. 3 – Nov. 17, Kennett Square, Pa. Longwood Gardens’ annual Chrysanthemum Festival gets an update this year as the garden debuts Blooms and Bamboo: […]
Each year, Smithsonian magazine hosts Museum Day, in which hundreds of participating museums and other cultural institutions around the country offer free admission with a Museum Day ticket. This year’s Museum […]
Pennsylvania’s Delaware County has no shortage of arts and cultural institutions. To celebrate the wealth and breadth of that talent, Destination Delco and various art centers are launching the inaugural […]
Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance Sept. 6-8, Malvern, Pa. First-class antique and rare cars, horses and hounds are among the highlights of the Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance, which […]
Showcasing some of the region’s premiere restaurants, Brandywine Valley Restaurant Weekreturns Sept. 9-14. Participating restaurants will offer special prix-fixe menus for lunch and dinner. Look for two-course lunches priced at […]
Stark, rural and softly rolling, the Wyeth estate in Chadds Ford remains steeped in the family ethos. Raw in the winter, it’s dotted with the rustic 19th-century accoutrements of which […]
Riverfront Blues Festival Aug. 3-4, Wilmington, Del. The two-day Riverfront Blues Festival returns to Wilmington, bringing with it over 15 bands performing on multiple stages. Headliners on the […]
Throughout the Brandywine Valley, beer gardens have all but become synonymous with summer. Making the most of the area’s rich craft brewing culture and bucolic landscapes, there are now an […]
The words “beer” and “fest” are a match made in heaven, so hops fans should be excited for the inaugural Delaware Beer Fest taking place July 13 at Bellevue State Park in […]
Wawa Welcome America Thru July 4, Philadelphia, Pa. The annual Wawa Welcome America festival features tons of free events throughout Philadelphia from June 30 to July 4, culminating […]
N.C. Wyeth: A Personal Perspective Through Sept. 8, Chadds Ford, Pa. Renowned artist N.C. Wyeth takes center stage at the Brandywine River Museum of Art’s latest exhibit, which […]
Now in its fourth year, Kennett Brewing Company is celebrating the start of summer with its annual block party. Taking place outside the brewery, the June 22 event kicks off at […]
Around Again & Again Books This gently used bookstore recently re-opened its door in a brand new location in Wilmington. Owner Connie Maglio works to keep the store […]
Costuming the Crown Through Jan. 5, 2020, Winterthur, Del. One of the most anticipated exhibits of the year, Winterthur’s display of 40 iconic costumes from the Emmy award-winning […]
Brandywine Valley Craft Brewers’ Festival May 4, Media, Pa. Now in its 19th year, Iron Hill in Media will host this festival, which brings together over 20 local breweries. […]
When Netflix’s original series The Crown debuted in 2016, it was an instant hit, receiving critical acclaim. In its first two seasons, it amassed an impressive number of awards and nominations […]
Barnes Arboretum This hidden gem, located in Merion, sits on 12 acres and boasts over 2,500 varieties of plants, some of which date back to the 1880s. The property was […]
Spring Blooms Through May 5, Kennett Square, Pa. As the season changes and the landscape reawakens, so do the grounds at Longwood Gardens. Visit over the next two […]
On Thursday, Country Spirit USA, a three-day country music festival that debuted last year in Chester County, announced its 2019 headliners. This year’s big-name talent includes country music darlings Billy […]
Orchid Extravaganza Through March 24, Kennett Square, Pa. See the final weeks of Longwood Garden’s beautiful orchid display, which has taken over the four-acre conservatory. Masquerade Ball […]
The borough of Kennett Square will host its first ever restaurant week from Feb. 24 – March 3. Expect over a dozen participating restaurants serving diverse, chef-driven menus with a […]
Sipping brews isn’t just for summer thanks to Kennett Winterfest. Now in its seventh year, the annual event returns to the borough on Feb. 23. Over 60 craft breweries will […]
What else do you do with acres of maple trees but make syrup? That was the thinking of Avondale residents Kyle and Sara Dewees, who have plenty of them—thanks to […]
Each year, Longwood Gardens transforms into a winter wonderland for A Longwood Christmas, an annual tradition that sees the 1,000-plus acre property bedecked with 500,000 lights and dozens of adorned trees. […]
Following months of closure and uncertainty about its future due to zoning issues, the Creamery will reopen to the public on Nov. 16. Going forward, the popular Kennett Square hangout […]
In the 1700s, when this stately stone manor house was first built, visitors approached by horseback. Transportation has since moved into the future. The house has moved, too, hauled stone […]
Brandywine Creek State Park The du Pont family originally owned parts of this 933-acre park. Brandywine Creek State Park is sectioned off by stone walls, built when the park was […]
Flanked by rose bushes and bathed in sunlight, the entrance to Arden + James and Barbara Moore Fine Art is an idyllic sight for sore eyes along the bustling Route […]
Make no mistake: The region is buzzing over the inaugural Citadel Country Spirit USA. Held Aug. 24-26 on the Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show grounds in Glenmoore, the three-day festival features […]
In northwestern Chester County, past the historic village of Eagle, the busy traffic on Route 322 gives way to the quiet streets and sprawling properties of Glenmoore. It’s where you’ll […]
Get your cornhole bag-throwing arm ready because the Gables in Chadds Ford is turning its outside terrace into a festive beer garden each Thursday in July. Festivities will be held […]
Growing up in the Midwest, Ben and Sarah Cody probably never imagined they’d one day have their own vineyard in a quiet part of Pennsylvania. But on June 23, the […]
When people learn that I buy and sell Vanity Fair lithographs, they automatically think of the Vanity Fair magazine published in the United States. There were several iterations of Vanity […]
Chadds Ford’s SIW Vegetables is bringing back its popular dinning series, Field to Fork Dinners, starting June 27. Set in the rustic-chic barn at Hill Girt Farm, the dinners will […]
The Farm at Oxford is a natural treasure in Chester County. Photograph by Tessa Marie Images Along the winding two-lane roads of New London Township, shopping centers give way to […]
Spend the afternoon enjoying top-notch competition at the 12th annual Chester County Hospital Polo Cup. Enjoy tailgating, raffles, a silent auction, a beer garden and, of course, divot stomping—all in […]
Historic Villanova estate, Stoneleigh was entrusted to local conservation group, Natural Lands, two years ago by the Haas family. The organization has spent that time preparing the 42-acre property for […]
Can’t wait for the 88th Radnor Hunt Races? Celebrate on-site the night before at the inaugural Wildflower Bash, complete with cocktails, dinner, dancing and a raffle. Music will be performed […]
Saralyn Richard might call Galveston, Texas home, but her ties to the Brandywine Valley run deep—her brother-in-law and sister-in-law call the region home and she subsequently spends a good bit […]
Now 76 years strong, Brandywine Hills Point-to-Point kicks off steeplechase season in our area on April 1. Starting at 11:30 a.m. on the grounds of the 318-acre Myrick Conservation Center […]
Chadds Ford is a quintessentially historic Pennsylvania town, where the rolling hills of Brandywine Battlefield give way to stone buildings, flower-adorned restaurants, inns and museums—all clustered in a central location. […]
There’s a reason bears hibernate in the winter: who wants to leave the house when it’s 30 degrees, there’s a chance of snow and your cave (or fridge) is fully […]
It began as spirited rivalry with her older brother, who’d just taken up the piano. “I loved the look of it—the keys. It was very tactile,” says Jennifer Nicole Campbell. […]
Olga Ganoudis Bracelet This sterling silver and astrophyllite quartz cuff bracelet is the perfect statement piece to add to any wardrobe. Wilmington, Del. designer Olga Ganoudis handcrafts each of her […]
For over 40 years, the Great Pumpkin Carve has been an annual institution in Chadds Ford. Over 60 artists gather to turn giant pumpkins into works of art. Past designs have included […]
Friendly competition among a mother and her two daughters to see who could set the most lavish holiday tablescape gave way to a new business: The Vintage Pantry Co. “We […]
There’s a charming elegance to Pennsylvania’s Chester County that is hard to find elsewhere. With its rolling green hills dotted with farms and historic estates, the county boasts the best […]
The arrival of summer is a most welcome transition. It’s the time of year to shed the dark colors and heavy patterns of previous seasons, to embrace the freedom of […]
On humid evenings, the sounds of laughter, conversation and falling Jenga blocks fill the air. Families mill about, playing games. The portion of the cavernous space they occupy—made cozy by […]
A longstanding tradition in the Brandywine Valley, this year marks the 87th running of the Radnor Hunt Races. Taking place on May 20, the event attracts over 20,000 steeplechase fans […]
The 19th century was a period of dramatic developments in science, technology and ways of thinking. It was also a changeover from the era of the Enlightenment to Romanticism, which […]
By 1850 at the age of 25, Bayard Taylor was already well known to thousands of people in his native Chester County and across America. Although his family had modest […]
Bayard Taylor was born in Kennett Square, Pa. on January 11, 1825. James Monroe was President; it was the “era of good feelings”. The nation had been victorious in a […]
The holidays are right around the corner. This year, get loved ones something special. Better yet, get them something local. Here are 14 great gifts for the holidays for everyone […]
The time honored technique and social tradition of audience members tossing flowers on stage to express their love, gratitude and appreciation to performing artists is unique in the arts. It […]
Coffee is all about pleasure. Imagine sipping a cup in Vienna, in one of the city’s grand cafes. Close your eyes as you bring the mug to your nose, slowly […]
Classical ballet and painting converged at the Brandywine River Museum of Art as dancers from Media’s Academy of International Ballet elegantly surrounded the famous works of Jamie Wyeth. Under the […]
Much like any day, I picked up my camera, and out the door I went. But Oct. 15 wasn’t just any day—it was homecoming at the Tatnall School. I first […]
Unionville’s dynamic duo of Phillip Dutton and Boyd Martin stood tall in the saddle at the 2016 Olympic Games earlier this week. Their 3 Day Eventing performance was a true […]
It’s summer, and it’s been hot—too hot. If you’ve met me, you know that I hate the summer heat and the humidity. It’s one of the reasons why I’ve traveled […]
The great-great-grandson of renowned author Charles Dickens, Gerald, returns to Winterthur to perform his own one-man shows. He will perform two one-hour features entitled A Child’s Journey with Dickens, which takes […]
Every morning, I get up, tend to my dog, Thady, and head out my front door to feed me. Almost always, I’m at the Centreville Cafe. I’ve been doing this […]
The calendar says it’s spring, and it was certainly starting to look that way. Perhaps we’ve all been fooled. Nature still seems to think it’s winter, despite the daffodils that […]
As bulbs push up from the soil and the occasional warm breeze of spring blows, my door opens a bit wider. The heat still runs periodically, but it’s finally time […]
Acclaimed pianist and Chadds Ford native Jennifer Nicole Campbell will perform a solo recital at Neumann University’s Meagher Theatre. Ms. Campbell is currently the artist-in-residence for the Delaware County Symphony, specializing […]
Throughout the month of May, Winterthur welcomes beautiful country-estate era automobiles, with a different theme each week. The vehicles, which hark back to the many visitors the du Pont family […]
Explore the changing artistic collections of the Americas as Asian influence altered the style of multiple artistic mediums in Colonial America. This curated exhibited, the first of its kind, includes […]
My front door has been locked for a while. It’s just been too cold to open it. With March fading into April, the door is cracking open, once more—and, with […]
The Delaware County Symphony welcomes noted pianist Jennifer Nicole Campbell for an afternoon of chamber music. She will perform selections from Rhapsody in Blue on piano. The afternoon will also feature […]
It wasn’t long ago that I didn’t have a passport. But that didn’t mean I didn’t travel. Before obtaining that coveted, compact blue book, I’d visit all of the lower 48 […]
Pam Liverman couldn’t escape the feeling of failure. Her husband was dying of cancer at the age of 45, and she could do nothing to stop it. The thought of losing him consumed […]
Wilmington Concert Hall The Music School of Delaware 4101 Washington Street. Wilmington Tickets: $10 adults / $5 seniors & students www.musicschoolofdelaware.org Free parking on the premises A post concert reception […]
Valentine’s Day is a prime date holiday, as restaurants over-book with couples and stay-at-homers play Rachel Ray. Either way, you’ll need some bubbly for celebration. And pink bubbly at that. […]
Sometimes, museums exist for legitimate historical reasons. Other times, they’re little more than an ego trip for the wealthy. In the case of Coatesville’s National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum, it’s […]
Over his 20-year career as president and owner of Washington Valley Cellars in Martinsville, N.J., Jay Rosen has built more than 500 wine cellars—many of them on the Main Line. And no matter the […]
Feb. 13/Wilmington The Academy of International Ballet will perform one performance only the full length Romantic ballet La Sylphide on Saturday, Feb. 13 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at: The Salesianum School 1801 […]
Bridgeton House on the Delaware 1525 River Road, Upper Black Eddy, (610) 982-5856 Cost: $159-$219; private cottage $499. Drive Time: 1 hour, 15 minutes. The Scoop: If you’ve had a tough week, sitting on your private […]
Feb. 21, 2016/Aston The Delaware County Symphony presents the third performance of its Chamber Concert Series for the 2015-2016 season on Sunday February 21, 2016 at 3 p.m. in the […]
It was just after sunrise when I found myself digging greedily into a to-go container holding the satisfying remnants of my pulpo contadino—tender chunks of lemon-splashed Spanish octopus with Great Northern beans, diced pepperoncini and herbed crostini. […]
The painted images have a wind-raked quality to them, the colors saturated and vibrant, yet colors of the earth. Figures appear and then fade into the canvas—realism with an overlay […]
Peter Stack has an interesting trivia question for you. If cotton was America’s biggest export product during the 1800s, what was second largest? Got a guess? Ready? OK, here it […]
Delaware Art Museum marked its centennial in 2012, with much to be proud of in its past but a deep uncertainty about the future. Clouding the celebratory mood was a […]
Not many years ago, when the frost was on the pumpkin and the fodder in the shock, we would go to our favorite liquor store to stock up on wines […]
A ballerina stands lightly en pointe in a moment of graceful fragile certainty, feet arched to perfection and a hand stretched toward the Heavens. Another dancer in mid-arabesque raises her […]
When a large venue seems impersonal and a home wedding is impractical, consider a bed and breakfast or a small inn. “It feels very intimate for the guests,” says Ashley […]
Albanus Phillips Inn 314 Mill St., Cambridge, Md., (410) 228-2990 cost: $150-$179 weekdays (double occupancy); $160-$199 weekends. Suites are $300-$325 weekdays; $325-$350 weekends. drive time: 2 hours, 15 minutes. the scoop: Completed in 1903, this 10-bedroom […]
It’s a good sign that the rabbit hasenpfeffer is a staple at Junto right out of the gate. A York County native, owner MacGregor Mann had considered the family favorite—slow-cooked to fall-off-the-bone perfection—a wild card. […]
Nearly two decades after conceiving Downingtown-based Victory Brewing Company, Bill Covaleski and Ron Barchet have expanded their cult-following beer brand with the introduction of a new brewpub in Kennett Square. In between came the duo’s state-of-the-art facility in Parkesburg in 2014, which […]
Thanksgiving dawns cold. There is no snow; the weakening storm of yesterday afternoon that once threatened has instead passed further inland on its way to New England. In one of […]
Meet RC, NX and GS. They’re the newest additions to the Lexus family and emblematic of the company’s spirited drive to compete in all segments of the U.S. automotive market […]
With low interest rates, a strengthening economy and optimism about existing property sale value, many of those who waited-it-out are now ready to search for a new home. But before […]
Hagley Museum and Library highlights the industrial and recreational uses and scientific properties of water through hands-on activities during its Water Works event on August 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Activities are included […]
World Helicopter Day is about raising awareness of the helicopter’s extensive contributions to society, such as rescues, disaster relief, firefighting, medical transports, agriculture and more. It also honors the diverse […]
If living in the Brandywine region is an intentional lifestyle known for its many cultural experiences, then is it reasonable to pose the esthetic question: does a delicate art form […]
On your mark, get set, go! Prepare for three days of bike racing, riding and family fun at the Wilmington Grand Prix. Top cyclists in the country flock to Wilmington […]
Some of the world’s top filmmakers flock to the area each year for the Annual West Chester International Short Film Festival. This three-day event has screened 55 to 75 short […]
Sundays have gotten more creative thanks to the Brandywine Museum of Art. This past December, the museum announced “First Sundays for Families,” a series of “free, dynamic, hand-on workshops that […]
From the early founding of Lewes, up through 1961 and the founding of The Lewes Historical Society, the lives, activities, and contributions of local women in the “First Town in […]
Burgers, fries, milkshakes, and pies! The Classic Diner in Malvern, PA, a popular eatery, opened its new location in West Chester, PA, just two months ago. According to Kristina Flynn, […]
The 66th Annual Chadds Ford Art Sale & Show, held at Chadds Ford Elementary School, features the work of more than 70 professional artists from the Brandywine area and beyond. Artists […]
People’s Light and Theater presents The Cherry Orchard, by Anton Chekhov. The play was the last written by Chekhov before his death in 1907. The Cherry Orchard focuses on a […]
The Delaware Center for Horticulture (TheDCH) recently recognized two longtime volunteers for their contributions to the organization and their cultivation of a greener community. Andrew Bunting and Ann Wick have […]
Beat the winter blues with some of the hottest bluegrass bands around, including Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen, Martha & Eddie Adcock, and Special Consensus. All of the pickin’ and […]
As her friends and relatives will tell you, Andrea Finestrauss, who lives in Hockessin, loves food and loves to cook. and there is one traditional family dish that is special […]
He lives his life and paints his pictures from the vantage point of isolated islands. James Browning Wyeth’s connection to Monhegan Island—10 nautical miles off the mid-Maine coast—dates to the […]
The Brandywine River Museum of Art recently welcomed the generous gift of an N.C. Wyeth painting to its renowned collection. Public Health and Morale, donated by Bristol-Myers Squibb, depicts an […]
A new exhibition at the Delaware Art Museum pays homage to one of London’s most popular playwrights in the early 1890s. Oscar Wilde’s Salomé: Illustrating Death and Desire showcases the […]
Newspapers are shrinking, flip phones are disappearing, and vinyl records are back. Though they aren’t going to replace digital music, records are in hot enough demand for major electronics companies […]
Winner of five Tony Awards, this play is the swashbuckling prequel to Peter Pan and takes you on a journey through Neverland like you’ve never seen it before. Join the […]
Explore the relationship between science and style through the creative vision of The DuPont Company. This exhibition features more than 200 artifacts, documents, and photographs from Hagley’s collections that illustrate […]
A few moments before the first notes of the symphony concert are heard, concertgoers see an elegantly dressed woman walk to the front of the stage. Smiling warmly, she welcomes […]
Most brides will admit that shopping for their wedding gown has always been a dream. Since the days of playing house and dressing up their dolls, soon-to-be brides have often […]
OperaDelaware is starting the new year with two unique and inspiring experiences. First comes a three-part series called Sunday Artist Spotlight, which features favorite singers of OperaDelaware audiences performing a […]
As a cold rain hits the windowpane, memories of summer start to fade. How do you keep yourself from going stir crazy during the long winter’s hibernation? That question has […]
Though “secret” is in the name, it is no mystery what kind of positive influence the Secret Garden program, developed by The Delaware Center for Horticulture (TheDCH), has had on Wilmington’s […]
International Ballet Classique (IBC), in collaboration with the Academy of International Ballet (AIB), celebrates the holidays with Artistic Director Denis Gronostayskiy’s beloved production, The Nutcracker Ballet, performed in the finest traditions of […]
Ursuline Academy is hosting an open house and testing days for Early Childhood and Lower School. The academy is a Catholic, independent, college-preparatory school that was founded in 1893. The […]
Ursuline Academy is hosting an open house and testing days for incoming Middle School and Upper School students. The academy is a Catholic, independent, college-preparatory school that was founded in […]
For our bodies to survive, we have to eat. But for our souls to survive, we must indulge in sustenance that makes our taste buds smile. Though everyone’s tastes may […]
Brian Selznick is in the business of wonder. He creates books that challenge our notions of how fiction is supposed to work. Some say the trailblazing artist and storyteller has […]
The Delaware County Symphony (DCS) presents the second performance of its Chamber Concert Series for the 2014-2015 season. The performance takes place at the Meagher Theatre of the Thomas A […]
Autumn is the ideal time for layering—not just clothing, but table settings, too. For festive fall occasions, begin with a foundation of a luxurious tablecloth and matching napkins. Next, add […]
The Lewes Historical Society welcomes back Delmarva Historic Haunts for the fourth time. The paranormal group and its guest participants will have the chance to investigate the historic buildings including […]
The Delaware County Symphony opens its symphonic series at Neumann University with guest soloist Charles Abramovic performing Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor. Abramovic has won critical acclaim […]
Anyone over the age of 40 likely remembers the television special “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,” which aired on October 27, 1966, and became a smash hit with its […]
Imagine sitting outside in the autumn air, enjoying an afternoon picnic, admiring a procession of carriages, and watching some of steeplechase’s finest horses race by. The Pennsylvania Hunt Cup, one […]
They were kindred spirits. Two of the greatest watercolor artists of the American 20th century, Andrew Wyeth and Charles Ephraim Burchfield, both drew constant inspiration from nature through landscapes surrounding […]
The Serafin String Quartet, critically acclaimed for its Naxos and Centaur recordings, is performing at Kennett Flash. Hailed by The Strad Magazine for “playing with style and sophistication,” the Serafin […]
Marvel at artist Timothy Barr’s new naturalistic paintings, which are meant to portray the history of the gorgeous Brandywine River Valley. “You can go for miles in the Brandywine Valley […]
The Brandywine/Christina Basin provides 100 million gallons of drinking water per day to over 500,000 people in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. To help contribute to the health of the people […]
Founded in 1995, The Land Conservancy (TLC) has strived to preserve open spaces, natural resources, historic sites and working agricultural lands in the Southern Chester County area. To help further […]
Every design project, simple or complex, is about creating a space to suit the needs and aesthetic of its intended occupants. As needs change, the space must also change. Some […]
Amanda C. Burdan, the associate curator of the Brandywine River Museum of Art, will host a lecture and discussion featuring the historic Barns-Brinton House. Many well-known local artists such as […]
“Drink your milk. It’s good for you!” Children hear these words every day. From Elsie the cow to “Got milk?” commercials in recent years, dairy products have remained part of […]
Think about it. What’s the best way to enjoy a farm-to-table dining experience? My vote is for alfresco dining on an actual farm. In mid-September, Haskell’s Farm, on the outskirts […]
Thanks, in large part, to the Delaware Nature Society, residents of the state have been able to enjoy peace and tranquility for 50 years. Founded in 1964, the Society has […]
We’re queuing up on the docks of the charming village of Port Clyde, ready to climb aboard a 65-foot ferry, the Elizabeth Ann. With the passengers, mail, and freight loaded, […]
A little more than two years ago, Delmarva Historic Haunts (DHH) performed the first-ever paranormal investigation of the 18th-century Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation. With high-tech equipment in hand, the team of […]
The gold, red, and purple colors of fall burst to life at Longwood Gardens? festive showcase of ?Autumn’s Colors.? Explore the changing landscape and enjoy the brilliant hues in the […]
Penns Woods Winery encourages a youthful vibrancy of spirit through wine and yoga. The award-winning winery believes the maturation of wine is akin to our own healthy aging process and […]
Visit the mushroom capital of the world, Kennett Square, Pa, to celebrate its number one cash crop. This small town produces 65 percent of mushrooms grown in America. Every year, […]
Chester County has been home to three signers of the Declaration of Independence, witnessed the largest land battle of the American Revolution, and is renowned for achievements in art, science, […]
Foraging–it’s an age-old instinct that’s become the latest trend. Living in a progressively health-conscious society puts a greater emphasis on knowing where foods come from. Foraging offers individuals the ability […]
The Delaware Shakespeare Festival, a professional theater company that has been performing the Bard’s work since 2003, doesn’t disappear after its summer show closes. “We’ve started adding smaller performances throughout […]
Celebrating its 18th year showcasing some of the world’s finest automobiles, the Radnor Hunt Concours d’Elegance combines the recreational qualities of an English garden party with the nostalgia evoked by classic […]
For more than two centuries, the Brandywine Valley has been celebrated for its picturesque streams, rich farmlands, dazzling gardens, abundance of mills, and distinctive architecture. Through the lens of land […]
?The Star-Spangled Banner? is a flag with many unresolved mysteries that historians continue to debate today. Two hundred years ago, the flag, flown above Fort McHenry as dawn broke after […]
Perched 400 feet above the Atlantic, hanging below a large, bright blue parachute, are a man and woman parasailing. They soar through the sky like a pair of shorebirds while […]
There’s nothing quite so relaxing as a summer rain pattering outside my window and that first inhale of freshly brewed Earl Grey tea, bergamot scents swirling in the air. The […]
Chris Goldberg has enjoyed watching the sport he loves grow in popularity around his old stomping grounds. A University of Delaware graduate who has covered lacrosse for a variety of […]
Whenever I cross a covered bridge, I think how different they are from the towering steel monstrosities of today. My thoughts dwell on the people on horseback and wagons who […]
The Historic District of Old Québec (Vieux-Québec) is the only fortified city with preserved ramparts on the continent north of Mexico. However, a visit to Québec City introduces you not […]
The British warship, His Majesty’s Sloop DeBraak was escorting and protecting a convoy of British and American merchant ships en route to the United States when it capsized and was […]
Former Hunt Magazine contributor Stacia Friedman interviews her favorite author – herself – regarding her first novel Tender is the Brisket. Q: Tender is the Brisket is a funny name […]
Sports enthusiasts and memorabilia collectors alike are heading to Aetna Fire Hall in Newark this summer for A2Z Promotions Sports Card and Collectible Show. Collecting and trading sports memorabilia has […]
The thought of jumping off the deck of a traditional cruise vessel and splashing into the Pacific Ocean is unheard of. But this is an Un-Cruise® ship, which feels more […]
The passing of the baton is both a ceremonial tradition and a deeply meaningful musical ritual. The baton is perhaps the most revered and powerful instrument in any classical symphony. […]
Author Michael Harris will be signing copies of his newly released book Brandywine: A Military History of the Battle that Lost Philadelphia but Saved America, September 11, 1777. Harris is […]
There’s no getting around it: Soft-shell crabs cause quite a ruckus. You either love them, or not so much. Pick one up when raw, it’s slimy and slippery. Prepared in […]
The Brandywine Conservancy and Museum of Art provides a fascinating look at the art of the region through the lens of land conservation in its summer exhibition. “Lure of the […]
The Wilmington City Gardens Contest and People’s Choice Tour is an opportunity for both experienced gardeners and community members to share and admire the carefully manicured, lush gardens of fellow […]
As part of the Barns-Brinton House and Tavern’s 300th anniversary celebration, the Chadds Ford Historical Society is hosting a free Colonial Faire that features artisans in traditional garb demonstrating their […]
Many people assume that highly renowned businessmen focus almost exclusively on one thing: the success of their business. Yet, some of our nation’s great industrialists have also displayed a fondness […]
From the moment they step into the Europa II’s posh, light-filled lobby, surrounded by massive windows framing the turquoise blue Mediterranean sea, guests are welcomed warmly into a luxuriously stylish […]
Strolling the back roads of Unionville, Pa., one senses the serenity of a small village on the fringe of a bustling Chester County. Although it doesn’t see quite the amount […]
Expect thundering horses and family merriment at the Polo Cup, hosted by the Brandywine Polo Club. The event, which benefits the Prenatal Clinic and The Women’s Auxiliary’s ?Great Expectations? Pledge […]
Dreaming of relaxing by the infinity pool of your palatial vacation home? With new rental companies emerging for today’s travelers, an experience like this may soon be a reality. As […]
Christopher Curtin, owner and Master Chocolatier at Éclat Chocolate in West Chester, Pa., has made a name for himself in the chocolate world. His confections have received accolades from the […]
Tailgate passes and party tents are now on sale for the 84th Radnor Hunt Races. This full day of outdoor fun includes thrilling steeplechase races, the pageantry of the antique […]
Prior to the Civil War, the largest battle in America occurred along the banks of Brandywine Creek in Chadds Ford, Pa., and to the north in the fields of Birmingham […]
All resort swimming pools are not created equal, and two destinations on opposite U.S. coasts offer newly refurbished sprawling pool areas that feature sublime lounging opportunities, posh private cabanas, swanky […]
Award-winning Delaware County artist Robert Daniel Bohné is featured in a solo exhibition, ?Close to Home,? at West Chester’s new Church Street Gallery. An official opening event is set for […]
At Willowdale, it’s all about the races. Revel in a day of frivolity and competition at the 22nd running of the Willowdale Steeplechase. According to Willowdale, ?competition is the name […]
Those looking for art in the Brandywine Valley know to head to historic Kennett Square, where visitors can spend an afternoon in a gallery or create their own art all […]
Have ?An Affair with the Arts!? in Dover, Del. The 2014 Biggs Museum Gala is an annual fundraising event that attracts more than 400 supporters. Proceeds support the temporary exhibits […]
TORRENTSHELL For seriously wet weather, reach for the Patagonia® Torrentshell. Lightweight, packable, waterproof, and breathable, it’s a terrific outer layer. Zippered handwarmer pockets, stowable hood with laminated visor, and ventilating […]
It is late March in Media, Pa., and I’m watching a rehearsal at the Academy of International Ballet, where students learn to blend classical technique with their own creative inspiration […]
Celebrate the launch of Showhomes of the Main Line at Studio 882. Meet owners Allyson and Monica, and peruse Studio 882’s fabulous furniture and design collections while you snack on […]
As a small boy, I used to tag along with my grandparents on visits to the neighborhood butcher shop. I still can recall the sight of the floor covered with […]
Celebrate the timeless tradition of steeplechase at Winterthur’s 36th Annual Point-to-Point, Brandywine’s Valley’s most stylish spring sporting event and a celebrated rite of spring. In 2013, Top Events USA named […]
It was on a quiet Sunday afternoon in October 2013, during the Delaware County Symphony’s 31st annual Youth Concerto Competition, that I first met Carolyn Semes of Broomall. The 16-year-old […]
Cartoonist Charles M. Schulz once said, “All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.” As a bona fide chocolate lover, born and raised, I […]
Celebrate Easter by hopping aboard the West Chester Railroad. Join the Easter Bunny on the 90-minute round trip between West Chester and the historic Glen Mills village. Enjoy a scenic […]
As a young man in 17th-century Great Britain, George Fox searched for spiritual guidance, but the Church of England was unable to meet his needs. After having a vision in […]
Over the past decade, the pop culture prestige of chefs has risen dramatically, evolving them into the rock stars that have foodies buzzing. On hit TV shows and in far-flung […]
In a room set to 105 degrees, with humidity levels reaching 40 percent, a 90-minute Bikram yoga class, led by skilled teachers, is sure to be a workout for anyone […]
Enjoy the extravagance of Edwardian Era gastronomy with one of the Brandywine Country Cooking School’s most requested classes, ?Last Dinner on the Titanic.? This class allows you to create an […]
If you’ve ever wandered through a museum or gallery, perhaps you have noticed that you are drawn to a particular artist’s work. Is it the subject matter that attracts you, […]
Talk about an extreme makeover. Once taunted for its green benches, bingo nights, and sluggish snowbirds, today St. Petersburg, Fla., is a textbook case for urban reinvention. Sitting midway up […]
Celebrate the wild whimsy of modernist painter Jessie Drew-Bear at the Woodmere Art Museum. A London native who moved to Philadelphia in 1906, Drew-Bear (1879-1962) discovered her gift late in […]
Ride into spring with the 72nd running of the Brandywine Hills Point-to-Point races. Whether you are a racing fanatic or are looking for family fun in the country, visit the […]
“Is there anything more thrilling than a new frock?” – Lady Sybil, Downton Abbey, Season 1, Episode 4 In 2011, PBS’s British period drama Downton Abbey took America by storm. […]
It is, inarguably, one of the most beautiful sports there is. It is an ancient sport, having begun with the first steeplechase in Ireland in 1752, commemorated for all time […]
The Thorncroft Equestrian Center is helping to solve the puzzle of autism with its 29th Annual Victory Gallop. This year’s black-tie dinner and silent auction has a theme of ?Piecing […]
Welcome the start of spring at the Delaware Foundation for the Visual Arts? 15th Annual Spring Art Show. More than 70 artists are on display at the Hagley Museum for […]
When it comes to Caribbean islands, you can never be quite sure what to expect in terms of dining experiences. The diverse resorts, varied culture and overall vibe can be […]
The Delaware Art Museum is pleased to present ?Fashion, Circus, Spectacle: Photographs by Scott Heiser?. The exhibit features 80 of the photographer’s black-and-white prints along with a slideshow of his […]
Explore art in a new way during a three-part lecture series presented at the Brandywine River Museum of Art by assistant educator Jane Chesson. Follow the roots of American art-history, […]
Let the sweet sounds of the majestic piano carry you away to another world at the Brandywine River Museum of Art, as award-winning pianist Catherine Marie Charlton performs original piano […]
The Delaware Art Museum’s newest exhibition, ?Blessed are the Peacemakers,? gives a glimpse of Violet Oakley’s artistic progression, from preliminary studies to the portable altarpiece. Violet Oakley was an illustrator, […]
They come in droves and leave clutching paper bags stuffed with old-fashioned cinnamon-dusted apple cider doughnuts. Moist and golden, sturdy yet delicately sweet, bakers have been churning them out for […]
Minutes away from the heart of Santa Fe, an idyllic winter getaway awaits with an aura of tranquility set against a dramatic mountain backdrop. If the state of New Mexico […]
Art and flowers combine in the 185th Philadelphia Flower Show to create ARTiculture, a living canvas unlike any other. The annual event is the first and oldest indoor show. This […]
Steeplechase season starts on a high note at the Willowdale Steeplechase’s Third Annual Mardi Gras Party, sponsored in part by Wilmington Trust, an M&T company. This event promises to bring […]
JAM Gallery, Chester County’s newest contemporary art gallery located in the heart of Malvern, is heating up February and March with a sizzling winter exhibition sure to warm the artist […]
Daybreak, August 25, 79 A.D. Pompeii, with its 20,000 residents, is a thriving commercial center located a few miles from the Bay of Naples. Its narrow streets, made narrower by […]
Step back in time and help preserve the area’s rich seaside history by securing a piece of the past at The Lewes Historical Society Antiques & Collectables Sale. Visit the […]
Soak in the beauty of the Chester County countryside as explored through the artistic mind during the sixth annual Paint-Out Chadds Ford event. Juried artists from the mid-Atlantic region flock […]
Celebrate love, chocolate, and fine wine at Salon du Chocolat. State Representative Chris Ross and his wife, Cecilia, are hosting an evening of drinks and sweets at their home from […]
Chocoholics rejoice! That time of year has arrived; the Kennett Chocolate Lovers Festival is back. Professional bakers, chefs, and caters, as well amateur chocolatiers and students (aged 12 and up), […]
Andrew Wyeth’s granddaughter, Victoria Wyeth, will provide insight into her family’s art and private collection as part of the 65th Annual Chadds Ford Art Sale & Show. In addition, she […]
It is not too early to start planning for summer! And there is no better way to learn about summer camps than by meeting with camp representatives face-to-face. At the […]
An Alaskan vacation seems to be on everyone’s travel list these days. For those who prefer a luxurious experience, a trip aboard an “Un-Cruise” ship is the optimal way to […]
There are differing opinions among color theory purists whether white should be considered a color at all, since it represents the absence of hue, and it cannot be made from […]
Whether you are traveling for three nights or three weeks, preparing for a getaway or a big holiday vacation can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to choosing […]
The village of Landenberg has seen many enterprising characters settling in the region once inhabited by the Lenni-Lenape Indians. William Penn directed surveyor Henry Hollingsworth to lay out a plot […]
The Delaware County Symphony presents the second symphonic concert of the 2013-2014 season on Sunday December 8, 2013 at 3:00 pm in the Meagher Theatre of the Thomas A. Bruder, […]
As it has for almost three decades, the Chadds Ford Historical Society is celebrating the holiday season with its Candlelight Christmas again this year. Fifteen historic and distinctive homes are […]
The Delaware Art Museum concludes its “Art is After Dark” series this December with monthly Clay Date and an Ugly Sweater Party. Don’t miss your final opportunity to contact with […]
Spend a week behind the wheel of a 2013 Cadillac ATS compact luxury sport sedan as I did and you’ll appreciate why 49 journalists named it the North American Car […]
Ladew’s 33rd Annual Christmas Open House, one of Maryland’s most memorable and decorative holiday events, invites you to jump into the Christmas spirit. The 1747 Manor House will be brimming […]
What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear “food fight?” Typically, one probably thinks of children throwing chicken nuggets or french fries, at each other. Chester […]
A few days before he opened his Trolley Square Asian restaurant, Michael DiBianca had a bit of a problem. Satsuma’s owner/executive chef had yet to land top-flight sushi chefs. Then […]
Take a journey through the Unionville area and its surrounding towns, along with Marlborough Village, as you set your eyes on magnificent holiday decorations and other surprises that are sure […]
You can find him deep in the Brandywine Valley, creating colorful strokes with his paintbrush as he gazes at the long-standing Lumberville walking bridge. The sun beams high in the […]
Enjoy numerous holiday events at the Biggs Museum of American Art, a museum of fine and decorative arts, made from 1700 to the present. Bring your family to enjoy hands […]
International Ballet Classique (IBC) celebrates the holidays with IBC’s Artistic Director Denis Gronostayskiy’s production of The Nutcracker Ballet performed in the finest traditions of the Bolshoi. IBC’s full length production has […]
The Biggs Museum of American Art reinstates the Miniature Marvels Collection presenting Barbara Merrell’s assortment of Handmade Dollhouses, just in time for the holiday season. Since reconstruction of the first […]
It was the dawn of a new century. Paris was undergoing a dizzying transformation. Trains puffing white smoke streaked across the French countryside. Automobiles zipped along rutted roads hurrying to […]
A colorful array of trees, plants, and vines in the middle of a city isn’t a common sight to see, but at the Delaware Center for Horticulture in Wilmington, a […]
The Delaware County Symphony presents the second of its Chamber Concert Series for the 2013-2014 season on Sunday, Nov. 17, 2013 at 3pm in the Meagher Theatre of the Thomas […]
Woodmere Art Museum is proud to honor two local philanthropists by presenting On Paper: The Gift of Ann and Don McPhail, showcasing one of the city’s great collections of locally […]
When traveling in LA, be sure to check out these three hotels. Each offers a luxurious and relaxing accommodations, delectable restaurants, and access to unparalleled shopping destinations. The Four Seasons […]
Where can the community go to see local artists and musicians showcase their talents? At the Annual Harvest Arts Festival, of course! The Newark Arts Alliance presents the Fifth Annual Harvest Arts […]
Pay a visit to La Fia and see Sikora work his magic. Chef Bryan Sikora takes his work seriously. Driving into Wilmington, he has been known to pull off the […]
The Delaware Art Museum is pleased to present For the Love of Art, the first exhibition highlighting the artistic mastery and variety of the art educators of Delaware’s Red Clay […]
Fall is finally here and with it comes more exciting events from the Delaware Art Museum’s “Art is After Dark” series. November events are Clay Date and a new event, […]
On September 19, The Delaware Center for Horticulture hosted its annual garden and dinner tour. Guests gathered for an evening of horticultural and culinary delight.
What comes to mind when you think of fall? Is it carving pumpkins, dressing up for Halloween, or the sound of leaves crunching beneath your feet? Steeplechase horse races are […]
Red Hamer and Karl Kuerner have described their personal experience of the Brandywine Valley through their creative writing. They have both published several books with detailed memories and knowledge. Hamer […]
If the walls of Blenheim Palace could talk, what would they say? “I think it would be like listening to an historical novel with lots of intrigue, drama, and fun depicting the life of […]
It’s never too early to start planning for the holidays, especially when it comes to what you’ll be serving friends and family. The chefs of Janssen’s Market prepare all of […]
ALPACA THROW Snuggle up under this warm yet lightweight alpaca/acrylic throw in golden autumn tones, just right for in-between seasons. Alpacas are raised in the foothills of the Andes, where […]
Earlier this spring representatives from the industry and the community dedicated a refurbished historic village, a partnership that can serve as a national model to preserve history. During the early […]
“They are an American original,” says DiFebo, 65, who purchased the car in 1964. “Most folks find the color and warmth of the beautifully hand-crafted wood especially appealing. You know, […]
Elegant and beautiful ballet dance moves will be showcased at the Brandywine Ballet’s Grace & Guitars. This non-profit organization performance will take place at the Emilie K. Asplundh Concert Hall […]
The romance of owning an historic house is alive and well in this part of the country. Imagine living in a colonial-era home that looks out over a landscape through […]
The Delaware Hospice Golf Outing at White Clay Creek Golf & Country Club was a huge success this year, raising $40,000 to benefit programs and services of the only nonprofit […]
Hand-painted individual eye miniatures were all the rage from 1790 to 1830 in aristocratic England. Barely an inch wide, the “lover’s eyes” were fragile watercolors meticulously dabbed on tiny pieces […]
Take a journey back in time from 1910 through 1960 where American art and culture is highlighted. The Delaware Art Museum’s American Moderns exhibition organized by the Brooklyn Museum contains […]
The Delaware County Symphony (DCS) will present the first concert of its full symphony series for the 2013-2014 season in the Meagher Theatre of the Thomas A. Bruder, Jr. Life […]
Who would ever think that a strange-looking squash would generate both an unofficial holiday and a multi-billion dollar industry? This ancient vegetable is now the symbol for a season of […]
Spend the day cruising around the Brandywine Valley Scenic Byway at the 7th annual Rally ‘Round the Races. The fee is $150, which includes entrance costs and the lunch for […]
Dressage in French translates to “training” which is exactly what the horses and riders of the Dressage at Devon do. This event is a reflection of strength, power and obedience […]
The Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center welcomes you to their annual Wheaton Art Festival of Fine Craft. More than 125 exclusive artists showcase their arts and crafts. The festival will […]
You’ll forgive me if I still occasionally scan the trees outside my house looking for a leopard’s tail swinging from a low-hanging branch, or peer into the high grass hoping […]
From the runners who came out to try their legs at the Plantation Field CIC Three Star Course to the Wild West Saloon goers who partied late into the evening, […]
The Delaware Art Museum continues its “Art is After Dark” series with October events: Clay Date and an Art is Social Halloween Party. Stop by the monthly Clay Date event […]
Delaware Hospice is the largest, most experienced, nonprofit hospice in the area. Funds raised from the Golf Outing help Delaware Hospice continue to provide a high standard of excellence in […]
Even with good flight connections and business-class seats, the trip to Nairobi is pretty arduous. And there’s an 8-hour time difference; you do not want to hit the ground running. […]
Join artist Jamie Wyeth, with museum director Thomas Padon and assistant curator Amanda C. Burdan, at the Brandywine River Museum for a lively and informal discussion about this remarkable artist’s […]
One night in 1997, on a train somewhere near Trenton, a young artist named Neilson Carlin began to wonder why he had to commute back and forth to New York […]
Bellevue State Park presents an evening of entertainment, hayrides, and samplings of pumpkin beer at the Figure 8 Barn. Proceeds benefit the Partnership for the Delaware Estuary’s work in the […]
The Delaware Center for Horticulture welcomes guests to a fantastic evening in Trolley Square September 19, for the Food & Flora Progressive Garden Tour & Dinner. The evening promises a […]
Months of anticipation came to fruition when Talula’s Daily opened its doors in late summer. Reminiscent of the crafty food market and epic eating adventures at Aimee Olexy’s original destination […]
When planning your next weekend getaway to New York City, check out these three luxurious hotels, each of which offer a distinct East Side neighborhood experience. The Hotel Giraffe The […]
Every fall, hundreds of eager parents in the Brandywine enroll their young children in ballets schools hoping that their child will fall in love with this art form and succeed […]
The Howard Pyle Studio Group will hold its first major outdoor fund raising event to benefit the preservation and continued maintenance of the 130 year old buildings that comprise the […]
It was the standard wedding gift for du Pont newlyweds in the early 20th century. Each couple was given a sweeping country estate with spectacular gardens and large tracts of […]
Traveling out Route 82 about five miles past the elegant stone kennels that house Mr. Stewart’s Cheshire foxhounds, visitors come upon a vast, sloping emerald hillside. It’s a stunning mix […]
Dressage at Devon, one of America’s top equestrian events, makes its annual appearance at the Devon Horse Show Fair Grounds in Devon, Pa. Dressage, French for ?training? and often described […]
For decades, grains were very simple matters for us amateur cooks. Mostly, we encountered them after they were ground into various flours and meals for making breads, sweets, and pasta. […]
The Delaware Art Museum continues its year-long series “Art is After Dark” with two September events: Clay Date and Art is Social. This month, Art is Social features Dr. Sketchy’s […]
With fall around the corner, the Brandywine Valley Association would like to welcome all to one last celebration of summer with food, music and more. The annual Jam on the […]
Come enjoy a blast from the past as classic car radio tunes and cruisers fill the fields of Hagley Museum and Library. This rain-or-shine event’s special feature this year includes […]
If you?re looking for a fun-filled historical day for the entire family, the 45th Annual Chadd Ford Days Art Show and Craft Fair is just around the corner. Located on […]
Car and motorcycle enthusiasts gather round for the 17th Annual Radnor Hunt Concours d? Elegance three-day event this weekend. Cars of the Art Deco Period will be showcased for the […]
Leslie Evans & Cory Porter May 11, 2013 Wilmington Country Club
Majolica made transferware look staid. Majolica is fun. To quote the Majolica International Society, it is a “whimsical, humorous, richly sculpted, and brilliantly glazed Victorian ceramic.” Most authors say the […]
Josephine Kurtz & Jared Green January 12, 2013 Terrain at Styers
You can choose to help your community, both by voting and by supporting the Denver Memorial Benefit Horse Show, and in doing so, help the Halter family. You, the people, […]
Jamie Wyeth is the grandson of N. C. Wyeth, the illustrator of the classic Treasure Island, and the son of Andrew Wyeth, another distinguished painter. Not only were his father […]
With the end of summer fast approaching, it is time to make sure you experience all the great wines meant to be enjoyed during these sweltering and most social days of the calendar. Whether you ...
Mark Twain nailed it. “I thought it must surely be the fairest picture the whole Earth affords,” Twain wrote in his 1862 novel “Roughing It.” Lake Tahoe is still one […]
This year commemorates the 150th anniversary of three important Civil War events: the Battle of Gettysburg, the Battle of Vicksburg, and the Gettysburg Address. As evidenced by the large number […]
Ellie Dinnen & Justin Kastner June 30, 2012 Christ Church Christiana Hundred, Wilmington, Del.
Pennsylvania has some of the most valuable farmland in the country, which makes it some of the most valuable in the world. However, Pennsylvania is not noted for forward thinking […]
The Austin Healey Sports & Touring Club (AHSTC) comes to Hershey, Pa., for ENCOUNTER 2013, an annual gathering for owners and enthusiasts of these British cars. AHSTC is family oriented […]
Who doesn’t love a summer mystery? The Kennett Amateur Theatrical Society proudly returns to the streets and shops of Kennett Square for the Murder Mystery Art Stroll, with a performance […]
The Second Annual Wilmington Burger Battle, presented by the Kenny Family Foundation, takes place at Twin Lakes Brewing Company. Restaurants in the greater Wilmington area?to date that list includes 2 […]
The Biggs Museum of American Art presents an exhibit that traces the local Delaware art scene from Wilmington to Milton and honors outstanding local artists. Represented artists, who are named […]
Experience the 70th Annual Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show, a Labor Day tradition, at Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show Grounds in Glenmoore, Pa., from August 31-September 2, 2013. The horse show features […]
Lauren Olstein & Joseph Sweeney October 19, 2012 St. Joseph on the Brandywine & Winterthur
Angela Davies & Eric Brown June 16, 2012 Radnor Hunt Club
The Marshall Steam Museum at Auburn Heights Preserver hosts its Steamin? Days on the first Sunday of the month to celebrate life at the dawn of the automotive age. Home […]
Where can you go where you’ll find nary a traffic light, a fast food restaurant chain, or a neon sign? Where you can walk (carefully please!) centuries-old cobblestone streets, enjoy […]
My wife’s family lives in Savannah. This invariably elicits a stream of “oohs” and “aahs” for the town’s 22 lush town squares with stunning wrought iron and antebellum homes. Savannah […]
This past May, the Lenfest Center opened at ChesLen Preserve in Chester County, Pa., providing office and storage space for the nature preserve and upgraded facilities for its visitors. Named […]
The dog days of summer have arrived and the Delaware Art Museum has the perfect solution for you to beat the summer heat. We all know that dogs are man’s […]
With almost 70 years of experience, the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen has a knack for bringing together accomplished craftspeople who focus on handmade products. The Guild is building on that […]
If you?re looking for the perfect art exhibition for the kids, The National Museum of American Jewish History will be hosting the first major U.S. exhibition to pay tribute to […]
The Delaware Art Museum is determined to get you off the couch this summer and mingling with artsy crowd. Take in a movie in the sculpture garden on July 12. […]
Nothing quite says summer like outdoor concerts under the stars. This summer, the free concert series continues at Anson B. Nixon Park. Each Wednesday evening until August 7, come out […]
More than 230 sponsors participated in the Brandywine Health Foundation’s Hawaiian Garden Party, which raised a net income of more than $85,000; combined with the Strawberry Festival (presented by PECO […]
July 4th celebrations, even with their BBQs and patriotic red, white, and blue apparel, would not be complete without stunning fireworks displays. Many of us have a favorite way to […]
A sip from a chilled glass of a summery cocktail is even more refreshing when it contains fresh-picked produce from your garden or from a local farm. This season, expert […]
Due to the overwhelming amount of Hunt readers who were curious about the delicious dishes in Roger Morris’ “Dining Out With the Big Three” story in this spring’s Hunt Magazine, […]
Winterthur, Delaware's most prestigious decorative arts museum, is participating in the Blue Star Museums program to offer free admissions to active military personnel and their families.
Whether you happen to be in Arkansas or on a cross-country road trip, don’t forget to check out the historic Fort Smith. Established in 1817 to maintain peace among the […]
Olga Ganoudis, a native of Wilmington, Del., has been creating jewelry for more than 25 years. What began as an artistic expression for the benefit of friends and family steadily […]
The whole family finds fun at Rockwood Park’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream Festival, the longest running of its kind in the history of Delaware. Extending over a whole weekend, it […]
It’s not every day that a garden lover can explore 83 stunning gardens. This weekend, grab a friend and come to Wilmington for a free garden tour and a discounted […]
Members of the Conservationists Society enjoyed a garden party at Holly Springs, the home of Tom and Penny Watkins on May 30, 2013. The event featured a presentation by Doug […]
Have you always had an infatuation with early 20th-century photography? The Delaware Art Museum hosts its “French Twist: Masterworks of Photography from Atget to Man Ray” exhibit, with related events […]
The recent devastating tornadoes in Oklahoma have generated an outpouring of both grief and support around the country for the many victims of these natural disasters. In order to help […]
Support a local artist at The Newark Arts Alliance’s presentation of, ?Summer Streets,? a solo exhibition featuring the artwork of Nate Metz. Highlighting the high energy and heat of summer, […]
Few festivals still offer a high level of good, old-fashioned summer fun. Come with your family or friends to Kutztown Folk Festival in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country and […]
Mix and mingle with other animal lovers who support Delaware Humane Association at Playtime at the Beach, a series of “doggy happy hours” hosted annually by local restaurants and bars […]
If you need a summer getaway or even a nice staycation, the Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport Program provides the perfect opportunity. Presented by Brandywine Museums & Gardens Alliance for its […]
If it is true that top prize money attracts top riders, than the Brandywine Valley Summer Series held at the Devon Show Grounds is bound to attract the crème de […]
“Are you sure you want to drive?” I asked my intrepid traveling companion while planning a recent trip to Ireland. “You know I love to drive!” she replied with what […]
If visiting arboretums is a favorite pastime of yours, check out the Newark Arts Alliance’s Annual Garden Tour! Not only will you have the opportunity to purchase flowers, but you […]
This summer the Philadelphia Museum of Art will present Art Splash?a season filled with art, imaginative installations, and creative play. Centered on a retrospective of the work of the renowned […]
Mineral specimen displays at museums may seem unattainable to the average person, but there are many places around Chester County where you can find them yourself. I decided to investigate […]
A swimsuit and cover-up is essential, whether you’re headed to the islands, visiting the family beach house or lounging at the neighborhood pool. If your instinct is to pick up […]
Looking for an equine sporting event to enjoy with your family this summer? If so, please come out to The Chester County Hospital’s 7th Annual Polo Cup at the Brandywine […]
This much-anticipated show features fine antiques including furniture, glass, silver, rugs, prints and more from 31 distinguished dealers. Antiques are displayed in the Museum Courtyard, the second- and third-floor mill […]
The oldest of the three steeplechases, the Radnor Hunt Races celebrated its 83rd running this year. The proceeds from the day, which featured six races with purses of $180,000, a […]
The popular Lexus ES 350 sedan, now in its sixth generation, has a new hybrid sibling, the 2013 ES 300h. The hybrid sedan is sophisticated, sports several drive modes, and […]
Now in its 21st year, the Willowdale Steeplechase is firmly entrenched as a Mother’s Day tradition.
A luxurious and relaxing desert escape, Scottsdale, Ariz., is experiencing a revitalized, vibrant dining scene. New restaurants are emerging throughout the city, with talented chefs at the helm, all introducing […]
Unleash your inner pirate by touring the hull of the 18th-century British warship the DeBraak! This ship capsized off the coast of Delaware on May 25, 1789. Come celebrate the […]
Still looking for something to do on Friday nights? The Delaware Art Museum’s yearly series “Art is After Dark” offers two exciting events this month: Clay Date on May 24 […]
The 2013 Rare Plant Auction® on April 27 raised more than $110,000 for the Delaware Center for Horticulture through ticket sales, three silent auctions, two online auctions and an exciting […]
The Hunt magazine’s elegant style, captivating photography, and memorable stories have enticed readers in southern Pennsylvania, northern Delaware, and northern Maryland for 20 years. Distributed four times a year, The […]
The 35th annual Winterthur Point to Point was held on May 5, 2013. As always, the day celebrated not just the race horses but classic cars, driving, elegant tailgates and […]
Michael Kenas & Katie O’Malley September 29, 2012 Christ Church Christiana Hundred and Hotel DuPont, Wilmington, De.
Peter Jonas & Daphne Neilson October 6, 2012 Windfall Farm, West Grove, Pa.
A girl lives in a trailer on land her family owns, but they can’t afford a house. She has some communication delays, which are holding her back at school, and […]
The fun of the 83rd Radnor Hunt Races attract family and friends. The races, comprised of six events, help raise money toward the land and water preservation programs of the […]
The local arts and culture scene surely knows what it owes to Henry Francis du Pont in the preservation of important artifacts of American material culture. What it may not […]
Where can you find live music, delicious food, and captivating art? At Kennett Square’s May Art Stroll! The Art Stroll is sponsored by Historic Kennett Square and includes a variety […]
Wilmington Garden Day (WGD) celebrates its 66th year of benefiting economically challenged children in New Castle County. Attendees tour gardens that include old favorites like the Goodstay Gardens, a site […]
Enjoy a glorious day of steeplechase racing and celebrate Cinco de Mayo at this year’s 35th Annual Winterthur Point-to-Point, set amidst the splendor of Henry Francis du Pont’s spectacular estate. […]
Kennett Square welcomes the return of ART ON THE SQUARE. This juried outdoor art festival brings art, vintage pieces, and fine crafts to downtown Kennett Square. Artists line the street […]
Next time you are feeling a bit overwhelmed with Instagram photos on your Facebook news feed (presumably you even engaged in that forum), consider how its only been in recent […]
Just in time for Mother’s Day, the 93rd Annual Wilmington Flower Market helps you find the perfect gift for the most important woman in your life. This event is perfect […]
You can help AIDS patients by just eating out. AIDS Delaware hosts its annual Dining Out for Life event. Restaurants from New Castle County donate portion of food and non-alcoholic […]
Historic New Castle, Del. hosts its annual May Market. The annual two-day fundraising sale includes plants, homemade baked goods, books, and white elephant items. All the proceeds help the Arasapha […]
The scenic rolling hills of Chester County have been home to many horse breeders, trainers, and riding enthusiasts for decades. Made popular in films like Stagecoach and Seabiscuit and songs […]
When stepping onto the breezy cobblestone walkways in the neo-traditional town of Rosemary Beach, Florida, the overall vacation experience is as much about the luxurious living quarters as it is […]
When hurricane Sandy slammed into the Jersey coast in late October, three factors – astronomical high tide, direct hurricane impact, and fully developed seas – set the stage for historic […]
How do you incorporate your personality into your garden? With garden accents. These ornaments give your garden a unique statement that your neighbors and friends will talk about Sure, flowers […]
Enjoy a fascinating talk by renowned architect John Milner, FAIA, about the remarkable collection of 18th-century stone and brick residences throughout the Brandywine Valley. These vernacular buildings have provided inspiration […]
The First State Heritage Park Welcome Center and Galleries in Dover, Del., exhibits artworks by the Wilmington sculptor Charles Parks. The exhibition was planned and created by the Delaware Division […]
The Delaware Center for Horticulture (DCH) hosts a gala fundraising event that gives guests an unparalleled opportunity to meet renowned horticulture experts in one of the regions premier horticulture destinations, […]
Come experience the culinary delights of Delaware’s master chefs! The weekend of events has grown from the success of the signature event, the Celebrity Chef’s Brunch, which is in its […]
Get into the green scene! This Earth Day, enjoy the city’s newly renovated Rodney Square during the Wilmington Earth Day Celebration, a free, lunch-time festival. In addition to the park’s […]
Somerville Manning Gallery opens its new exhibit, the American Masters – Art of the 19th ? 21st centuries. This is the 4th American Masters exhibition that continues to follow the […]
The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen hosts the second annual juried fine craft fair at Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Square, where attendees can find ceramics, jewelry, handmade clothing, weaving, artisan furniture, and more. […]
The professionals aren?t the only ones making beautiful symphony music anymore. The New Westchester Symphony Orchestra (NewWSO) presents its Spring Concert. An audition-free, amateur community ensemble, The NewWSO consists more […]
Delaware welcomes the establishment of the First State National Monument as America’s 400th national park, the first unit of the National Park System in Delaware. Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar […]
The New Wilmington Art Association (NWAA) and Winterthur have collaborated to showcase the work of two new artists who have used the Winterthur collection as inspiration for their own work. […]
A best friend is someone who is loyal, makes you laugh, and someone you can love forever; Delaware Humane Association (DHA) wants to give you a new best friend. DHA […]
Fashion victims beware: Accessories, especially handbags, will be colorful this spring. So make sure you look for trendy eye-catchers to accompany your outfit. This year’s spring season is all about […]
Don?t horse around; mark your calendars!The great tradition of the Devon Horse Show, which benefits Bryn Mawr Hospital, continues this year, with top competition in a variety of disciplines, exciting […]
The Brandywine River Museum celebrates the art of Andrew Wyeth with three events in April. The Art of Andrew Wyeth Studio Tour gives art lovers an intimate look at the […]
Lavender is something every aspiring gardener wants to grow, and many experienced gardeners use it in perennial borders, as low hedges and even in pots. It takes a few simple […]
Art is not only good for the soul, but for the whole body as well! Thankfully, the Delaware Art Museum appreciates this connection. The Creative Powers: Selections from Art Ability […]
Organizers are hoping for a record turnout at the Christina River Watershed Cleanup. This comes just five weeks before the king and queen of Sweden arrive to celebrate the 375th […]
It’s the witching hour of dusk and Blackjack has the urge to run. A dozen alpacas fall in line. They start with a rhythmic trot then break into a sort […]
It doesn’t take long to see what Rhett (as in Butler) meant when he told Scarlett (as in O’Hara) that he was returning to Charleston, where he could find “the […]
It’s always a rewarding feeling to clean up the environment and bring forth its natural beauty, and Red Clay Valley Association (RCVA) is looking for volunteers. RCVA and the Delaware […]
The Historic Kennett Square 2012 Annual Meeting is held at the Kennett Flash. We review the accomplishments of 2012 and talk about our goals for 2013. Light refreshments are served. […]
Horse Power For Life celebrates the 6th Annual Pink Horse Shoe Gala at the Crowne Plaza Philadelphia Valley Forge in King of Prussia. The non-profit organization specializes in therapeutic horsemanship […]
If you want to know what’s new to garden and home, come to this year’s spring home show at the Sheraton Dover Hotel in Dover. This year’s Delaware Home Show […]
Tackling a kitchen renovation is a daunting task for any homeowner. Even if you’ve started a magazine file, pin boards, or created online scrapbooks of your style favorites, pulling it […]
You?re not in Chester County anymore with Brandywine Ballet‘s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The Ballet company performs the classic tale of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz with a bit […]
Still-life paintings aren’t always of a bowl of fruit or beautiful flowers in a vase on a nice dining room table. Robert C. Jackson’s contemporary still-life art is filled with […]
When I had the opportunity to join friends on a short trip to Vienna a year ago, I didn’t hesitate. Of course I wanted to go. I had heard so […]
If you want to do something special for this year’s Mother’s Day, take your family and celebrate it at the Willowdale Steeplechase horse race in Kennett Square. The Willowdale Steeplechase […]
The Delaware Art Museum continues its year-long event series “Art is After Dark.” Do you always impress your friends with your art knowledge? If so, join the Delaware Art Museum […]
The Delaware Quilt Documentation Project holds a Quilt Harvest Day at the Blue Ball Barn, located in Alapocas Run State Park in Wilmington. This project records the rich tradition of […]
The exhibition Ides of March: The Making of a Masterpiece is a focused study on the development of one of Andrew Wyeth’s most famous tempera paintings, Ides of March. In […]
With spring coming up, parents are planning perfect family-friendly events. They don?t have to worry because The Delaware Center for Horticulture (DCH) has the perfect solution. DCH is hosting several […]
Nothing says spring like a bit of historical war and some fun facts about our first president. The Brandywine Battlefield opens for 2013 with Charter Day, a fun and interesting […]
With spring around the corner there is nothing better than the warm weather, blooming flowers, and the art and craft festivals that spring brings. But where do you find all […]
Kick off St. Patrick’s Day a little early, hoist a glass and celebrate Irish music! Delaware’s award-winning Celtic fusion band Mythica will play its first Wilmington show in nearly a […]
Ryan Ford & Kasey Grimm June 9, 2012 St. Joseph on the Brandywine Greenville Country Club
If you would like to enjoy the little ironies of being a woman, you don’t want to miss this show. The Delaware Theatre Company announces the Daryl Roth Presentation Love, […]
Jemily’s new Idrissa collection certainly fulfills a woman’s dream, since it is well known that diamonds are a girl’s best friend. The name “Idrissa” is African for immortal, certainly appropriate […]
Have you ever wondered what the world looks like from the outside? The Philadelphia Museum of Art presents “Great and Mighty Things”: Outsider Art from the Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz […]
“The views were immensely wide. Everything that you saw made for greatness and freedom, and unequalled nobility.” — Karen Blixen, “Out of Africa” A scholarly Kenyan guide completed our museum […]
A photograph says a thousand words, and six different photographers are proving that saying with the ?Close to the Edge? exhibit. Hardcastle Gallery hosts the reception of photographs by six […]
If you and your family want a memorable experience enjoying skilled musicians and their wonderful program, come and listen to the Kennett Symphony’s Annual Children’s Concert. The Kennett Symphony of […]
Even dogs need time to mix and mingle with fellow canines, and Delaware Humane Association (DHA) has the perfect solution. Delaware Humane Association hosts its 7th Annual Muttini Mixer, a […]
History buffs will want to indulge in Gene Pisasale’s lecture on the War of 1812 and the Star-Spangled Banner. Pisasale hosts his lecture at Bayard Taylor Library in Kennett Square. […]
History buffs rejoice over Gene Pisasale’s latest book. Pisasale hosts a book signing of his new book, ?The Forgotten Star.? The event takes place at Kennett Square Resale Book Shoppe. […]
If you are a fan of good, inspiring music from Scotland, Ireland and the Sea, come and listen to Charlie Zahm and Tad Marks. Singer/songwriter Charlie Zahm and Celtic fiddler […]
Single? Looking for a new opportunity to meet people? Are you dating and looking for new ideas to impress your special someone? Look no further than the Delaware Art Museum’s […]
Science isn?t just for kids anymore; Delaware Museum of Natural History proves science is fun for all ages. The Museum hosts the ?Science After Dark? program geared just for adults. […]
Every time I visit Canada, I have the feeling that I’m visiting an old friend. Though I’ve been fortunate enough to see a lot of the country, I’d never been […]
Art lovers, welcome the spring season with exciting new works inspired by Italy’s rich culture plus classic works by true American ?masters? of painting. In Christine Lafuente’s solo exhibition entitled […]
Do you have an interest in 20th and 21st painting, sculpture, and printmaking? Are you an art lover who cannot get enough of mixed media pieces? If so, you should […]
The Chester County Historical Society hosts its 31st annual Chester County Antiques Show, which is to be held at The Phelps School, Malvern, Pa., a new location for the show. […]
Experience the finest examples of 17th through 20th century decorative arts, needlework, jewelry and furniture from William & Mary through Nakashima. Explore important artwork, including folk, impressionist, modernist, outsider art […]
If your idea of a great day is to spend it tasting hundreds of delicious chocolate appetizers and desserts, you don?t want to miss this festival. The Rehoboth Beach Chocolate […]
Rich wine, sophisticated music, delectable food, and friendly competition all help a good cause while creating a foodie paradise. The MidAtlantic Wine + Food Festival has unveiled its full schedule […]
Do you sing along with Mozart’s The Magic Flute in the car? Kennett Symphony of Chester County invites classical singers from the ages of 18 to 26 to participate in […]
Travel down the west coast of Florida, past Naples and Marco Island until you can’t go any farther. Pull into the sleepy “Old Florida” town of Everglades City. It is […]
The 11th annual Pennsylvania Horse World Expo brings the nation’s leading equestrian clinicians and entertainers to Harrisburg for four days of education, entertainment and shopping, February 21-24, 2013. The Expo […]
Two elementary school principals are challenging one another in a fundraising effort to support the Brandywine Valley Association (BVA). The Hillendale Elementary School and Unionville Elementary School communities join together […]
Learn from local experts as they take you on a tour of beers of the Brandywine Valley The Chadds Ford Historical Society Spring Lecture Series features Bill Covaleski, the co-founder […]
Forty of the 900 sites worldwide identified by the UNESCO World Heritage Center as worth protecting for others to see are located in Germany. Because Germany has such a modern […]
The Delaware Symphony Orchestra (DSO) will resume full-orchestra concerts with two performances of ?New World? at The Grand Opera House in downtown Wilmington. The program features Dvo?ák’s New World Symphony […]
Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library announces the selection of the stylish Vilamoura hat by renowned designer brand Helen Kaminski as the signature headpiece for the 35th Anniversary of Point-to-Point on […]
The Delaware Art Museum grows its after-hours offerings with Art is After Dark. The Museum will be staying open late while offering a variety of exciting events and activities for […]
The Delaware Art Museum is pleased to present State of the Art: Illustration 100 Years After Howard Pyle. This exciting exhibition features more than 60 works of art from eight […]
May 19, 2012 St. Joseph’s on the Brandywine The Winterthur Museum Library and Gardens