Arts & Life

This program is made possible, in part, by a grant from the
Delaware Division of the Arts,
a state agency dedicated to nurturing and supporting the arts in Delaware, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.

Jeff Gordon returns to victory lane in Dover

Jeff Gordon captured the first knockout race in the new Chase for NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship Sunday at Dover International Speedway. It’s Gordon’s fifth career win at Dover, but first since 2001. ...More

Dover to deliver first knockout blows in new Sprint Cup championship chase format

The 16-driver field in the new Chase for NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship format will be trimmed to 12 after Sunday's “AAA 400” at Dover International Speedway. The four drivers with the lowest point totals will be eliminated from contention following the race. ...More

UD, DSU and Wesley College all post football wins

UD needed overtime to win at James Madison while DSU and Wesley used strong starts to produce one-sided victories. ...More

Harvick earns pole for Sunday’s NASCAR “AAA 400″ in Dover

Kevin Harvick earned the pole for Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup “AAA 400.” Harvick posted the top time in qualifying Friday to land on the front row for first knock out race in the new Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship format ...More

Arts Playlist: Hansen and Pack bring “On Golden Pond” to life at Clear Space Theatre

This month, Clear Space Theatre in Rehoboth Beach celebrates its 10th anniversary of producing live theater and beginning this weekend, it is launches its newest production "On Golden Pond." In this week's Arts Playlist, we talk with the lead actors of the Clear Space Theatre production, Dick Pack, a longtime member of the Sussex County arts community, and Delaware Public Media board member Liane Hansen, who's familiar to NPR listeners as the longtime host of Weekend Edition Sunday. ...More

UD, DSU open league play while Wesley College seeks to stay unbeaten

Delaware visits James Madison while Delaware State hosts Savannah State. Wesley College welcome Southern Virginia to Dover. ...More

Dover’s fall NASCAR weekend ramps up Friday

Action on the track at Dover International Speedway gets underway in earnest Friday as Delaware’s fall NASCAR race weekend revs up. The highlights include qualifying for Sunday’s Sprint Cup “AAA 400” and the K-&–N Pro Series East “Drive Sober 150.” ...More

Revenue from auctioned works helps Del. Art Mueum retire debt

The Delaware Art Museum says its $19.8 million bond debt will be paid in full at the end of the month. The Wilmington museum took on the loan in 2003 to finance the expansion of its historic Kentmere Park building. In March, the museum’s Board of Trustees controversially voted to sell up to four works of art to meet the bank deadline of October 3rd. ...More

UD men’s soccer team slides down national rankings

The Blue Hens fall from 11 to 23 in the latest National Soccer Coaches Association of America top 25 after back-to-back weekend losses. ...More

UD men’s soccer team suffers second straight loss

The nationally ranked University of Delaware men’s soccer team comes home empty-handed from its trip west. After suffering their first setback of the season Friday night against #15 Cal - the 11th ranked Blue Hens lost again Sunday, edged by #24 Stanford 2-1. ...More