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.

UD men’s soccer team vaults up national rankings

The University of Delaware men’s soccer team is reaching new heights. A week after entering the national top 25 for the first time, The Blue Hens jumped from number 21 to number 11 this week in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America rankings. ...More

Donated letters offer new insight into 1812 bombardment of Lewes

Three rare historic letters donated to the Lewes Historical Society give a more personal glimpse of what transpired in the weeks leading up to the attack. ...More

UD, Wesley College win while DSU falls in First State college football action

Delaware rallies past Colgate and Wesley swamps Salisbury, but Delaware State falls at home to Towson ...More

UD, DSU play at home while Wesley College hits the road

Delaware and Delaware State are each on home turf Saturday for college football action while nationally ranked Wesley College visit Salisbury. ...More

Punkin Chunkin finds new home at Dover International Speedway

The 2014 World Championship Punkin Chunkin is officially headed to its new home in Dover this October. Organizers of the massively popular competition signed a two-year agreement to hold the event at Dover International Speedway. ...More

NASCAR’s Biffle visits kids at A.I. DuPont hospital, previews new Sprint Cup title format

NASCAR driver Greg Biffle made a pit stop in the First State to educate fans on the sport's new championship elimination format and visits patients at Nemours/AI duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington. ...More

Enthusiasts hope new center leads to bigger profile for First State sporting dog field trials

Sporting dog club members from across the region celebrated the rededication of the Ralph D. Kellam Conservation and Recreation Center near Felton. DNREC’s Division of Fish and Wildlife and Governor Jack Markell (D) helped cut the ribbon Tuesday on a new building intended to serve the needs of bird dog trainers, field dog training clubs and to host competitive trial events. ...More

Wesley College moves up Div. III football rankings

The Wolverines move from fifth to fourth in this week’s Top 25 following their 35-20 win over Thomas More in Dover Saturday. ...More

UD smothers DSU in intrastate showdown

Delaware’s unblemished record against Delaware State on the gridiron will remain intact for the foreseeable future. UD dispatched DSU 27-9 Sunday in the latest installment of their Route 1 rivalry – the last scheduled game between the two programs for now. ...More

UD-DSU game postponed by storms, Wesley College wins

Mother Nature delays the latest edition of Delaware and Delaware State’s football rivalry. Severe thunderstorms rolling through the Newark Saturday night forced the Blue Hens and Hornets to postpone their showdown at Delaware Stadium. Wesley College topped Thomas More Saturday afternoon. ...More