The 41-year-old Delaware native founded the Tric Town music series in 2002. The original music event first got its start at the old Barn Door in downtown Wilmington as a compliment to Grabowski’s Tric Zine, a homemade publication that featured comic strips, record reviews, stories and local art.
Well, 2018 certainly blew in on the frigid express. But Delaware artists and arts groups are offering a variety of ways to cast a glow over your spirits this winter, and even a few new things. The Delaware Art Museum will launch a Performance Series to bring cutting-edge, multidisciplinary artists to Wilmington. Performances will be presented both at the Museum and at partnering organizations. The series includes Blue Note recording artist Kendrick Scott (Feb. 8) and Eighth Blackbird (March 10).
Wilmington’s newest record shop, SqueezeBox Records, at 1901 W. 11th St., has it all—punk rock, gospel, country, rock and roll, soul, jazz, blues and sub genres. At the helm are vinyl aficionados and husband-and-wife team Rich Fisher and Kim Gold.
The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation and Glass Entertainment Group have announced the premiere of the jointly produced feature documentary, Kalmar Nyckel: The Forgotten Journey. The film will premiere Tuesday, December 19th, at 9 pm on WHYY TV.