For more than 50 years, I’ve collected Native American artifacts from powwows, craft fairs and the annual holiday market at the National Museum of the American Indian on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Early in the spring of 2020, as the pandemic was roaring to life, the Coastal Towns Historic Village in Ocean View, like so many other organizations, was forced to find alternative methods for showcasing our organization to the community.
They come from a variety of different backgrounds, races, genders, political-belief systems and religions, but there are a few common denominators in the people I consider to be my closest friends — they’ve never screwed me over, and they have the ability to make me laugh.
The latest “progress” we are told is essential to the Fenwick Island landscape is a hotel with a restaurant and amenities on the Bennett property at Lighthouse Road and Bennett Avenue. We vehemently disagree with approval of a hotel, restaurant, amenities and any new houses at or near this l…
Like many of us do on Dec. 31 every year, Beebe Healthcare and its leadership team recently took the time to reflect back on our past fiscal year, which ended in June.
During a random conversation last week, Point Publisher and rabid postcard collector Susan Lyons was telling me about a postcard she had seen in a newsletter from one of her hobby sites that shared a photo of “The Famous Coleman Frog” of Frederictown, New Brunswick.
Like many of you in the community, we have been closely watching the courage and progress of Ashley Nickerson, the 17-year-old Georgetown resident who was involved in a serious accident last month and has been battling in recovery ever since.
Surprisingly enough, I actually collect a few thoughts before I sit down to write this thing every week. I’m not claiming they are strong thoughts or, heck, even coherent thoughts. But they are mine, and they usually help me start out this column with at least the semblance of a plan on wher…
I would like to correct some misinformation which has been published in your letters section twice recently. I am referring to two statements that Bethany Beach’s Central Park is useless.
I have been a Fenwick Island resident for 10 years. Over the last few years, especially after the approval of the hotel, there has been a lot of noise around issues in the town. A few residents posted signs about outdoor bars and more recently, signs with a variety of other issues. Others, like me, love it here and can’t imagine where this anger is coming from.
On July 4, 1776, the Second Continental Congress stuck a collective thumb in the figurative eye of Great Britain by unanimously adopting the Declaration of Independence.
We take a lot of things for granted every day in our country. One of them is the freedom to read whatever we want: books, newspapers, magazines or comic books. It’s our business, and there’s a wealth of information available on almost every subject imaginable, in print and online sources. We…
Visitors to the Delaware Botanic Gardens (DBG) are greeted by a magnificent avenue of 34 seedless red “Brandywine” maples, 12,000 perennials and more than 300 native shrubs that surround the banks of the Rhyne Garden. All these colorful native pollinator plants welcome guests and wildlife st…
Though there has been very little to celebrate during the COVID-19 era, we have collectively been impressed by the ingenuity, creativity, and roll-up-your-sleeves and take-no-prisoners mentality by many of our local business owners to combat the restrictions and realities of the global pandemic.
I am appealing for your reconsideration of the proposed building of a hotel and restaurant on Bennett Avenue, which intersects with Route 54.