Second round of ‘Battle of the Bartenders’ May 17 at Mulligan’s Pointe

GEORGETOWN – Another battle royale is brewing. Thursday, May 17 is the date for the second round of Celebrity Battle of the Bartenders – a spirited, fun-filled fundraiser supporting the Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce. Patrons are invited to Mulligan’s Pointe (formerly Sussex Pines Country Club) near Georgetown to root on their favorite bartender. The […]

SCHS Take Two Drama Club presenting ‘The Thirty-Nine Steps’

GEORGETOWN – The Take Two Drama Club of Sussex Central High School will present “The Thirty-Nine Steps,” a comedy by Patrick Barlow based on the classic Alfred Hitchcock film, by special permission of Samuel French and Company. The production will be on Friday, May 18 at 7 p.m. and on Saturday, May 19 at 2 […]

Delaware SeaSide Railroad Club Spring Fling May 5 at Roxana fire station

ROXANA – Delaware SeaSide Railroad Club will present its Spring Fling this Saturday, May 5 at the Roxana Volunteer Fire Company Station 90 firehouse. The show, which runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., will feature various scale model train layouts of the club and members and a variety of vendors. Admission is $5; children […]

America’s wartime homefront in Delaware Goes to War spotlight

LEWES — Historic Fort Miles at scenic Cape Henlopen State Park will be bustling with activity this Saturday, April 28. Cannon-fire will echo along the coast and weaponry, vehicles, re-enactors and numerous demonstrations and displays will team to turn the clock back to World War II during Delaware Goes to War. The event, staged by […]

Abracadabra! Retirement is a magic carpet ride at Dickens Theatre

DAGSBORO — In the magic carpet ride of life, Randy Forster has a rather unique distinction of having been associated with both IBMs. “I worked for IBM after college, as a salesman and sales manager,” said Mr. Forster. “And I am a member of International Brotherhood of Magicians. So, I have been involved with both […]

From Jersey to 5th Avenue, Georgetown resident is the jazz man

GEORGETOWN — In his college days at Montclair State in upper New Jersey, Ken Cicerale was weaned on the clarinet. “In my studies at Montclair, I was a clarinet major, focusing mainly on classical music,” said the 67-year-old Newark, New Jersey native. “I did play in some pop music bands, and then doubled a little […]

‘The Elephant Man’ set to take center-stage in downtown Milford

MILFORD – The Second Street Players proudly presents The Elephant Man, written by Bernard Pomerance, with six performances over two weekends starting this Friday. Performance dates are April 13-15 and April 20-22. Curtain is at 7 p.m. for Friday and Saturday shows and 2 p.m. for Sunday matinees. All performances will be held at The […]

Community support basis for Springtime Jamboree success

DAGSBORO – A sign of spring, the annual Springtime Jamboree takes center-stage Friday and Saturday, April 13-14 at Indian River High School. Hope, expectation and the mission have not changed over the past three and a half decades, says State Sen. Gerald Hocker Sr., who launched the jamboree as a parent and business owner. “Can […]

Alison Krauss, Four Tops & Temptations part of Freeman Stage Vol. 2 lineup

SELBYVILLE – The Freeman Stage Monday announced Vol. 2 of the 2018 season at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth Beach. The second announcement pulled back the curtain on over 40 performances, including the Stage’s Young Audience series, cultural performances and free events. The 2018 season will be the arts nonprofit’s biggest season to […]

Smiling faces in audience goal of well-traveled ventriloquist act

SUSSEX COUNTY — After graduating from Martin Van Buren High School in New York City, Ken Huff spent 20 years as an enlisted member of the United States Air Force. “I was a contract specialist,” said Mr. Huff. “I was stationed at three different places, but I was also in Air Force entertainment, so I […]