Newark Life Fall/Winter 2015 edition
Oct 07, 2015 08:57AM ● Published by Steven Hoffman
In the Fall/Winter edition of Newark Life Magazine, we look at how the Resident Ensemble Players at The University of Delaware have become a cornerstone of professional theater in the region. We look at how a new headquarters for the Girl Scouts will move the organization into the future, and we visit the transformed Newark Shopping Center in Newark. For pop-culture fans, we visit Captain Blue Hen Comics, a one-stop shop that has been a mainstay on Main Street since 1981. We introduce you to Rose Carr, the Newark teen who was named to the USRowing Junior National Team that competed in Rio de Janiero. We also spotlight the equestrian team at the University of Delaware that has made a difference in the lives of students. We also peek into the rich storehouse of history that's available to everyone through the University of Delaware's Special Collections. From the past to the future, it's all inside this edition of Newark Life.
If you've lived here for decades, or if you're a recent arrival, the wide, diverse aspects of the town's beginnings are a fascinating trail to follow. Read More »
60 years and 11 American presidents later, the Newark Shopping Center is experiencing a stunning rebirth, thanks to the ingenuity of its builders and the passion of its business owners Read More »
The Michael Castle Trail, a new trail along the northern bank of the canal, gives you an opportunity to experience nature Read More »