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TSD Q&A: Jazz Violinist Diane Monroe on Timeless Songs of Protest

TSD Q&A: Jazz Violinist Diane Monroe on Timeless Songs of Protest

The Arts at Trinity free music series will celebrate Black History Month on Saturday with a powerful, multi-genre performance from illustrious Philadelphia jazz violinist Diane Monroe. Monroe leads an ensemble that blends…

Thursday, February 4th By

Remembering Jimmy Hackett: “And you’re next!”

Remembering Jimmy Hackett: “And you’re next!”

Standing in line at Leo & Jimmy’s Deli, those were my three favorite words. I was always partial to the “JCB Special,” which was piled high with delectable…

Wednesday, February 3rd By

Preparing for the Redesigned SAT

Preparing for the Redesigned SAT

The long-anticipated redesigned SAT is almost here, and if your high school student is planning to take this exam for the first time this spring, he or she…

Wednesday, February 3rd By

Decoding Gov. Markell’s Final State of the State Address

Decoding Gov. Markell’s Final State of the State Address

In his final State of the State address (titled “Expecting More”) as leader of the First State, Governor Jack Markell devoted significant airtime to public education. Touching on everything from…

Monday, February 1st By

When the Storm of ’62 Devastated Dewey Beach

When the Storm of ’62 Devastated Dewey Beach

Once again, the gloom and doom predictions didn’t come true, and Delaware averted the worst of the big blizzard of 2016, especially downstate. There was beach erosion and…

Wednesday, January 27th By

A Call to Abolish Delaware’s Death Penalty

A Call to Abolish Delaware’s Death Penalty

On Thursday the Delaware House will consider SB40, the bill to repeal the death penalty. Repealing the death penalty is an important first step towards racial justice and…

Wednesday, January 27th By

Good Samaritans Rescue Abused Dog that was Left for Dead

Good Samaritans Rescue Abused Dog that was Left for Dead

This week, Wilmington residents and good friends Annie Coons and Liz Baldwin were walking at a local park and stumbled upon an urgent situation — an injured dog who…

Friday, January 22nd By
Kevin Noonan on Sports

QB or not QB — draft may not be the answer for Eagles

It’s the most important decision the Eagles will make this season and it will impact them…

When the Storm of ’62 Devastated Dewey Beach

Once again, the gloom and doom predictions didn’t come true, and Delaware averted the worst of…

Eagles’ Doug Pederson ~ A Loser Who’s Really a Winner

Back in 1999, when Doug Pederson was a back-up quarterback with the Eagles, I heard another…

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The Blood Bank of Delmarva

The Blood Bank of Delmarva provides blood and safe, quality blood products to 18 hospitals throughout the Delmarva peninsula. Their "Winter Blood Challenge" continues through January. Anyone who donates through 12/31 will be entered into a drawing for a 60" flatscreen TV. With six donor centers and more than 30 mobile donor sites, there are many places where people can donate. Please call 1 888 8-BLOOD-8 or make an appointment here: click here.

Meet Me There!

Meet friends at these fun local events:

Feb 4 - Summer Camp Fair at Tower Hill School

Feb 4 - Faithful Friends Guest Bartending at Kelly's Logan House

Feb 5 - 6 - Guilty Girls Warehouse Sale

Feb 5 - Art Loop

Feb 6 - An Evening with Christine Ebersole at the Delaware Theatre Company's "Play a Part" Annual Gala

Feb 7 - Lewes Polar Bear Plunge

Feb 9 - Mardi Gras party for Ministry of Caring


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