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Mar. 1, 2019 1:10 pm

#Delagram roundup: The ‘Is it spring yet?’ edition

What's on in Delaware, according to the 'grammers.

Roldan West's temporary studio at The Living Room — now the new Spaceboy location.

(Photo by Holly Quinn)

Waking up to snow on March 1 isn’t exactly the best way to start off the month (unless, of course, you’re a school kid enjoying a snow day).

We took a look at what’s happening in Delaware today using Instagram’s #Delagram and #netde tags, where we found a little bit of snow and a lot of not letting a few flurries get folks down.

First, we’ve got a picturesque scene from the capital:

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Dover morning. #visitdearchives #DoverDE #Delaware #NetDE

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Wilmington institution the Columbus Inn is not afraid of the snow:

The top #Delagram ‘grammer these days is Newark’s luckygirlcookies, which is mastering the arts of both custom cookies and social media:

Everybody’s still talking about the Food Network’s Guy Fieri and his ’68 Camaro hanging out all over Wilmington this week, from Little Italy to Concord Pike to Market Street:

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What’s a soon-to-be stop on the bus to Flavertown? Wilmington! @foodnetwork star, @guyfieri was spotted at two locations in #WilmDE’s “Little Italy” neighborhood on Monday in his red 1968 Chevy Camaro. Luigi Vitrone's Pastabilities on Lincoln Street and Delaware's legendary Mrs. Robino's Restaurant on Union Street. Sounds like Guy is in for some homemade pasta and delicious red gravy for an episode of "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives." #ItsTimeWilmDE #Repost @newmarketwilm ・・・ Looks like @guyfieri made his way over to Market Street after filming in the West Side yesterday. We spotted his signature Camero outside of @farmerandthecow! . #newmarketwilm #itstimewilmde #wilmingtonde #dinersdriveinsanddives #netde #inwilm

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Honey Bee in Trolley Square offered up some homemade soup …

… while Furniture Land in Delmar hosted it’s first Food Truck Friday:

One Village Alliance is welcoming March with an Art Loop exhibit celebrating Woman’s History Month 

… while Christina Cultural Arts Center gets ready to launch “Eye Shadow” at its Edward Loper, Sr. Gallery.

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Tomorrow evening (Friday, 3/1) as part of @artloopwilmington, we celebrate the work of these two women artists with our March/April exhibit, "Eye Shadow." Come meet Alisha & Shannon from 5:30-8:00pm in our Edward Loper Sr. Gallery! ALISHA JONES BIO
Alisha developed a love of art as a toddler and shifted her focus to photography to capture precious moments. There’s something about a camera that brings out her creativity. She figured out early on that photography allows her to visually escape, tell stories and in some instances bring social justice issues to light. Alisha is also passionate about graphic design and dedicated to her creative lifestyle by thinking outside of the box and using it to influence other aspects of her life. SHANNON WOODLOE BIO
Shannon is a photographer based in Wilmington She is a lifetime student of the lens, always exploring new ways to tell stories through her images. Most recently, she was awarded 2019 DDoA Emerging Artist Fellowship for photography. . . . . . #inwilm #netde #newmarketwilm #delawarearts #artist #artinwilm #artstransform #women #femaleartist #cityscene #wilmingtonlove #wilmoarts #wilmde #arts #community

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Concert photographer _asherp shows off some impressive low-light skills:

Speaking of music, this weekend, Spaceboy Clothing will have a grand opening for its new location at 706 N. Market St. — just across the street from the old location, formerly Jerry’s Art-O-Rama (and, temporarily, the Living Room art popup):

Of course, if you’re going to be in New Castle County this weekend, you need to bring the young people in your life to check out our own I/O Tech Fest at the Route 9 Library, a festival of gaming, coding, robotics and other STEM goodness — geared toward high schoolers, but all ages are welcome.

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