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First for Friday Friday, April 4, 2014 "DuPont Generations"
Beat the crowds and ditch the beach (just this once) for a laid-back stay on the Chesapeake.
Defying myths about urban people, urban families and how to achieve Charter School success.
Plus St. Michaels, Tilghman Island and Rock Hall are worth a special trip.
From the C&D Canal Museum to The Bayard House Restaurant, there’s plenty of fun to be had.
The du Pont family and the company has been a staple within Delaware since 1803 and continues to have influence on First Staters' lives.
Not a single Delaware resident lives more than 12 miles from a tidal body of water.
Owners Joe and Megan Churchman posses reverence for the past, present and the future of culinary excellence.
With a mix of Salvadoran, Spanish cuisine and 27 tequilas, satisfaction is a sip away.
Past honorees have included Emeril Lagasse and Charlie Trotter
Plus: A DuPont Family furniture debate at Winterthur and a thank you note.
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