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Greenville & Hockessin Life Summer/Fall 2017 edition

Jul 04, 2017 08:03AM ● Published by J. Chambless

Welcome to the summer/fall issue of Greenville & Hockessin Life. In our cover story, we profile longtime Delaware style icon Michael Hemphill, who recently relocated his Michael Christopher Salon & Day Spa to Greenville. We look at the guest bartender nights held at the BBC Tavern & Grill, and how they provide a much-needed source of income for area groups and non-profits. Siobhan Carroll, a writer and associate professor at the University of Delaware is the subject of the Q&A. We talk to Carroll about her interest in British literature, her work on a new novel, and her favorite place in Greenville. We look at how kickboxing builds physical strength and confidence, and we profile the owners of Adorn Goods, a business in Centreville that combines nostalgia and contemporary flair. Our History feature looks at the Green Hill Presbyterian Church, which has roots in the 1840s and a vital presence in the community today. We also meet Rick Neidig, a longtime technical director who brings his expertise to the theater program at the Tatnall School's Laird Performing Arts Center. We hope you enjoy this issue! 

Michael Christopher  I dont want to retire Im having a blast Photo by Jie Deng

The cutting edge 

Michael Christopher Salon & Day Spa relocates to Greenville Read More » 

 

Adorn Goods combines the inventory of handmade items from artisans with the look of a modern-day general store

The modern-day general store

Bree Wellons and Jennifer Steiner had an idea to create a shopping experience that combines the nostalgic with the contemporary. The result of their ideas is now open in Centreville Read More » 

 

This July Harvest Market will celebrate its 22nd year in Hockessin

Hockessin's kitchen of nutrition

Bob Kleszics began Harvest Market in 1995 to serve as a sanctuary of health and education for local families. As it celebrates its 22nd anniversary, Harvest Market is just getting started. Read More » 

 

Siobhan Carroll an associate professor at the University of Delaware is particularly interested in British literature from 1750 and 1850 modern science fiction and fantasy She is working on the novel Khartoum

Q&A: Siobhan Carroll

The author discusses her teaching at the University of Delaware, her work on a novel, 'Khartoum,' what inspired her to become a writer, and her favorite place in Greenville. Read More » 

 

Neidig in the production booth at the Laird Performing Arts Center at the Tatnall School where he has taught for the past seven years

Light man

The work of lighting and technical designer Rick Neidig has lit up some of the most electrifying performances in Delaware and around the world. Read More » 

 

Guest bartender nights at the BBC Tavern  Grill have helped raise thousands of dollars for nonprofit organizations in the community

A shot of altruism

With their blend of cocktails, camaraderie and causes, BBC Tavern & Grill’s Guest Bartender Night is a hit with local charities Read More » 

 

Rev Thomas G Speers is currently serving as the interim pastor while helping the church transition to new leadership

Green Hill Presbyterian

A small church with a large presence Read More » 

 

Denise Lovett leads a kickboxing fitness class at Cornerstone Martial Arts in Hockessin

Kickboxing fitness classes produce health benefits for people of all ages

As a certified personal trainer, Denise Lovett is an expert at the motivation part. Being a cheerleader for everyone in the class is a role that she relishes. Read More » 

 

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