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Need I say more? The parade was great fun, as you can see. Traditions like the parade and the tree-lighting ceremony really give Rehoboth that warm, "Hometown" feel, as opposed to the resort destination by which we are known by many in the summer. By the way, if you missed Sa...
The Rehoboth Beach Hometown Christmas Parade will march down Rehoboth Avenue Monday, December 6, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Floats, beauty pageant winners, baton twirlers, Cape Henlopen High School Band and a host of holiday revelers are ready to add their joy to the spirit of the season. Watch for...
The Lewes Christmas Parade is postponed until Sunday, December 6, at 5pm. Still traveling down Savannah Road. See you there!!
This REALTOR spent a splendid day off at Longwood Gardens with friends today. What a glorious way to Celebrate the Season!! As I've said before, one of the best things about living in Rehoboth Beach is its convenience to exciting places and attractions.
The Demings enjoyed a rare Thanksgiving in KC this year, visiting my family. We even ventured down to The Plaza (www.countryclubplaza.com), a 15 block shopping district and the first developed shopping mall in the country, for the annual "throwing of the switch." This exciting tradition include...
Lewes, Delaware, is jump-starting the Holiday Season with Christmas Weekend in Historic Lewes 2009. The festivities begin with the 23rd Annual Lewes Hospitality Night on Thursday, December 3rd, 6-9pm, in the Historic Commercial District surrounding Second Street. Shops will be open late and liv...
The 11th Annual Rehoboth Beach International Film Festival begins Wednesday, November 11, and runs through Sunday, November 15 at the Atlantic Midway Theaters on Rt. 1. Choose from a wide variety of about 100 arthouse and international films. Tickets may be purchased at the Big Tent behind the...
Are you a First Time Home Buyer? Are you sometimes confused or overwhelmed by the home buying process?--who does what when? Are you required to have a home inspection? A pest inspection? A survey? An appraisal? A septic inspection? Who pays for all of this stuff? Who pays the real estate ...
Phillies Phever was in evidence throughout the city when I was in Philadelphia last week for a real estate seminar. This display of hometown pride on the historic Union League (www.unionleague.org) building especially caught my eye, as my father-in-law was a member for decades before his deat...