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Lessons in Leadership

Lessons in Leadership

Town Square Delaware features monthly reflections from Laurisa Schutt, executive director of Teach for America – Delaware and two TFA teachers who are teaching in Delaware schools this year.…

Monday, April 14th By

Local Theatre Welcomes Back National Talent

Local Theatre Welcomes Back National Talent

Donna Swajeski, Emmy-winning screenwriter and NYC resident, returns to the Delaware Children’s Theatre (DCT) with her latest production, “Wake Me When I’m 16 – The Story of Sleeping…

Thursday, April 10th By

County Makes Progress on Conflicts…Now, How About Dover?

County Makes Progress on Conflicts…Now, How About Dover?

It was encouraging to see that New Castle County will now require elected and senior government officials to disclose any potential personal or family conflicts with county business.…

Wednesday, April 9th By

Maybe the Last Really Shall Be First

Maybe the Last Really Shall Be First

There are a LOT of really crazy theories out there. Most of these theories are driving without a license as they cruise the distance, end to end, of the information super highway.…

Monday, April 7th By

Wine, Frankly: Ladera Vineyards Tasting Thursday

Wine, Frankly: Ladera Vineyards Tasting Thursday

I got an email last week from Mike Myers of Ladera Vineyards letting me know that he’d be in town this Thursday and wanted to do an impromptu…

Wednesday, April 2nd By

Boss Lady: Jamie Bartlett and ‘A Pair of Pears’

Boss Lady: Jamie Bartlett and ‘A Pair of Pears’

Boss Lady is a series by Social Stylate that shares personal insights from creative women in business. Meet Jamie Bartlett, graphic designer and blogger behind A Pair of Pears, a design…

Monday, March 31st By

Fighter Pilot, Former POW, Historian, Diplomat and Neighbor

Fighter Pilot, Former POW, Historian, Diplomat and Neighbor

As a young fighter pilot in Vietnam in 1963, Lt. Jon Reynolds and some of his fellow pilots were invited to participate in a round table discussion with…

Thursday, March 27th By
Kevin Noonan on Sports

Tiger-Less Tourney a Tough Sell

The most prestigious golf tournament in the world has started and even though it’s as important…

DeSean Jackson: Gone, But Not Soon Forgotten

The NFL will release its 2013 schedule in a couple of weeks and there are already…

Birds Coy as Trade Rumors Run Rampant

It’s been the biggest story of the Eagles’ offseason, even though it’s really not a story…

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Delaware Do-Gooder

Children & Families First


The Delaware Children’s Theatre has been entertaining audiences of all ages for over forty seasons. In that time, it has grown to meet the needs of the community it serves.

The DCT mission and goals have remained constant: To enrich children’s cultural life, to help young talent find its way to the stage, to continue a tradition of affordable quality theatre, to entertain families with exceptional theatrical experiences, and to preserve its Historic Theatre House for generations to come.

Check out DCT's latest production, "Wake Me When I'm Sixteen: The Sleeping Beauty Story," now through May 4th. For tickets, visit their website.

Meet Me There!

Meet friends at these fun local events:

Apr 19 - "Wake me When I'm Sixteen ~ The Sleeping Beauty Story" at the DE Children's Theatre

Apr 21 - Jefferson Awards - Salute to Public Service in Delaware at Hotel DuPont

Apr 22 - Wilmington Earth Day Celebration

Apr 27 - Preview Party & Auction for Radnor Hunt Races at Brandywine River Museum

Through April 27 - Ain't Misbehavin' at Delaware Theatre Company


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