Living by the Sword
Asian-inspired offerings come to Longwood Gardens' amphitheater. Plus, diversity stars at the Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival, antiques roll on the Riverfront and a post-Election Day tradition carries on in Georgetown.
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A piece made with antique wood may not be an antique piece. Learn how to tell the difference at the 45th annual Delaware Antiques Show November 7-9. More than 60 nationally known dealers will stock the Chase Center on the Riverfront with antique furniture, paintings, rugs, ceramics and jewelry. Keynote speaker Elissa Cullman, president of the award-winning design firm Cullman & Kravis, will share her passion for decorating with fine art and antiques. Architectural Digest repeatedly ranks Cullman tops in her field. Want to break bread with the highly decorated before the show? Check out the preview party at the Chase on November 6. For more, call 888-4600.