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Thursday, April 15, 2021


Art informed by artificial leg, Afrofuturism wins Delawarean a Guggenheim award

Artist Peter B. Williams is the sole Delawarean to earn the prestigious award

Boom! Delaware Symphony drops second classical concert into email inboxes

Thrilled to be back onstage, even with COVID-19 restrictions, the DSO will record six performances this winter and spring

At esports tourney, fun and uplifting news about the field

‘We’re focused on bringing Black and brown kids into the world of technology through esports,’ said Malcolm Coley, a Futures First Gaming co-founder.

Art Museum’s Winter Festival heads outside Saturday, ends year on hopeful note

  With so many events canceled or changed, the Delaware Art Museum’s Annual Winter Festival will return on schedule Saturday, Dec. 12, with a few alterations. "We're thrilled to be able to continue this beloved artisan fair in a safe, COVID-friendly...

Philly Pops records holiday concerts at The Grand

    For a few hours on Dec. 4, The Grand Opera House echoed with the sounds of live music for the first time in nine months. The Philly Pops recorded its two annual Christmas shows in the Market Street venue's main...

No bah humbug: UD’s REP offers free audio version of ‘Christmas Carol’

An artsy holiday offering: The professional Residents Ensemble Players troupe recorded 'A Christmas Carol' and it's available for live streaming starting Friday.

Holiday events stay the course, even with new restrictions

Area arts groups, already slammed by COVID, say holiday events will continue with current safety measures in place.

Diamond Dance Company Nutcracker performance planned

by Terry Rogers Traditionally, Diamond Dance Company annually performs The Nutcracker at local high schools and the performance has become a holiday tradition for many families. This year, due to the...

Bye bye, Newark gingerbread houses; hello, Holiday Art Market

The Newark Art Alliance Holiday Art Market will go on, but without artists present and only six people allowed into the gallery at one time.

Jazz drummer debuted new album as Clifford Brown Year Round concerts continue

Jonathan Whitney's songs are inspired by life in Wilmington, including the city itself and the paintings of Eunice LaFate.
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Food Bank to hold virtual cooking event to benefit culinary training program

Attendees will pick up a box of ingredients from the Food Bank to make the three-course dinner at home.

Town Square LIVE Weekly Review: April 15, 2021

Town Square LIVE Weekly Review: April 15, 2021 Open the Weekly Review Here This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Community Meet incoming president of Salesianum School How Winterthur handles pests, (how you...

Startup aims to help firms, nonprofits with sustainability

Early clients of Green Street USA include a zoo, a school, a law firm, a construction firm and several retailers.
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