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Delaware Symphony returns to life Wednesday, behind plexiglass

The Delaware Symphony Orchestra will offer live music to a live audience Wednesday, launching a new season that will see all concerts recorded and packaged like a PBS special and delivered digitally to ticketholders. Only the chamber ones, like that...

What’s a choir to do? Sing in a Delaware parking garage

Accustomed to gathering regularly to make music, those of us who are choral singers have had six months without this (often weekly) source of comfort and joy. You can sing along with recordings, embark on some sporadic ventures on...

At long last, live music right in front of you: Shady Grove is on

Delawareans largely denied live music of late because of the coronavirus will get a chance to hear it July 11 with the Shady Grove Music Fest in Arden. “It’s the first live music in the area for pretty much four...

Wilmington’s Jamila Mustafa personifies power, spirit of Ladybug Festival

The whirlwind of energy that is Jamila Mustafa soon will be pulsating from a screen near you as the MTV host and former Miss DSU emcees the first online Ladybug Music Festival. The two-night live-stream concert kicks off Monday, June...

Wilmington’s Children Chorus offers free virtual camp

The Wilmington Children’s Chorus is offering a free Virtual Summer Camp from July 6-24 for youth who have finished grades 2-8. This camp is ideal for any interested child, from the beginner who is ready to learn, to the...

Quarantine Inspires High School Music Group’s Amazing Production of Queen’s Somebody to Love

As students everywhere are stuck at home, longing physical connection with their classmates and regular school routines, many are making the most of it to use technology to inspire and connect creatively. And sometimes the results can be magical. That's certainly...

The Incredible Story of When Rock and Roll Legends Played a Delaware High School

It wasn’t exactly Madison Square Garden, but, for several years, it was the closest Delaware had to a big-time musical venue, and it was just a cramped, high school gymnasium. From 1969-75, Mount Pleasant High hosted some of the biggest...
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New COVID cases drop a bit; state will delay some mass vaccination events

As of Friday, 544,615 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been given to Delawareans

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Carney nominates 1st woman to head Chancery, 1st black woman on Kent Superior Court

Carney's nominations must be confirmed by the Delaware Senate.
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