Rollicking music and raucous good times flowed freely during resort towns’ entertainment heyday. Here, Lou Ianire's, which opened in 1959, hosted Hawaiian nights featuring out-of-town hula dancers.
Coastal Sussex has its share of endangered species, such as this piping plover on the beach at Cape Henlopen. Here’s a sampling — and some advice on what’s needed to save them.
An accident took much from Lilly Barnett. But her determination, and the support of family and friends, have given this young girl hope.
Delaware Beach Life invites you to enter its 9th annual contest for amateur photographers. Winners will be published in our October 2015 issue and showcased at the Rehoboth Beach Museum. Entries must be postmarked by July 1. Good luck!
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