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Priority Schools: Political Points Over Genuine Concern?

Priority Schools: Political Points Over Genuine Concern?

On September 4th, Governor Jack Markell, announced the formation of six priority schools, all located in the city of Wilmington shared by the state’s two largest districts, Christina…

Monday, September 15th By

Property Tax Hike Another of Wilmington’s Woes

Property Tax Hike Another of Wilmington’s Woes

If you own property in Wilmington, Labor Day not only signals the end of summer, it means your city property tax is coming due. This year’s tax bill…

Thursday, September 11th By

Rick Jensen’s Hacking Hullabaloo

Rick Jensen’s Hacking Hullabaloo

Breitbart News is reporting federal border agents have been warned by their superiors of a serious threat by ISIS to cross into the United States. Five major banks…

Wednesday, September 10th By

TSD Q&A: Ken Simpler, Candidate for State Treasurer

TSD Q&A: Ken Simpler, Candidate for State Treasurer

The Republican primary election for State Treasurer is one of the most hotly contested races on the ballot tomorrow, Tuesday, September 9th. As the primary campaign winds down,…

Monday, September 8th By

Catching the Uber Economy

Catching the Uber Economy

Seeing the news that Obama advisor and Delaware native David Plouffe has signed on as a senior executive with the start-up car service Uber, it is hard not…

Wednesday, September 3rd By

Delaware’s Teachers Floating on Lake Wobegon

Delaware’s Teachers Floating on Lake Wobegon

Did you think Lake Wobegon was supposed to be in Minnesota? Not so, at least for our public school teachers. For them, Lake Wobegon is located right here…

Tuesday, September 2nd By

TSD Q&A: Food Blogger Skyler Bouchard – A Fresh Perspective

TSD Q&A: Food Blogger Skyler Bouchard – A Fresh Perspective

Skyler Bouchard is still in college. But the New York University senior and FoodBySkyler.com blogger is already well-known among New York food aficionados and her 16,000 followers on Instagram because of…

Thursday, August 28th By
Kevin Noonan on Sports

Sproles’ Role Key to Birds’ Victory

It was one of the Great Mysteries of training camp and the preseason – how were…

‘Shady’ McCoy Plans to Shine this Season

For the first time in a long time, LeSean McCoy will get to see some real…

New Start for a New Season: Blue Hens Open Against Bigger, Better Opponent

If there was any doubt that times have changed for the University of Delaware football program,…

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Mélomanie is a non-profit, chamber music ensemble with a concert series at the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts (DCCA). Its provocative pairings of early and contemporary works enriches the cultural life of our community by connecting audience, composers, and performers through concerts that pair early and contemporary music.

Celebrate Mélomanie's 21st season and the release of its new CD, "Excursions," at the World Cafe Live at the Queen on Saturday, September 13th.

To learn more about Mélomanie or to purchase tickets, visit its website.

Meet Me There!

Meet friends at these fun local events:

Sep 15 - 20 - St. Hedwig Polish Festival

Sep 16 - "Experience Dyslexia, A Simulation" at Centreville Layton School

Sep 17 - Oct 5 - "Love Letters" at the Delaware Theatre Company

Sep 20 - Nemours Community Day - new wing opens!

Sep 20 - Pancakes for Parkinson's - Sanford School

Sep 23 - Grammy Award winning instrumentalist Sam Bush at World Cafe Live!


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