Delaware Today January 2015

Leader Steps Down From First State Ballet Theatre

After 15 years, the First State Ballet Theatre faces a future without its founding pro-bono executive director. What next?

Sanford Girls Basketball Shoots for No Losses

Can the formidable Sanford girls basketball team capture the perfect season? With Coach Marcus Thompson at the helm, they are ready for anything.

Acts of Kindness Exceed Expectations

Milford students hope to expand their successful Million Acts of Kindness movement into a statewide initiative.

From the Publisher: Saving Our Failing City Schools

Granting schools local control might be exactly what they need to end the perpetual cycle of inferior education.

Dinner Theatre Troupe Hits the Road

Murder mysteries delight throughout Sussex County as the Ovation Dinner Theatre travels from venue to venue.
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Ted Spiker Talks Weightloss

A UD grad and Dr. Oz co-author writes a book about the truths behind shedding pounds.

Greer Firestone Shows No Signs of Stopping

Firestone is a man of many talents—playwright, producer, actor, arts columnist and youth soccer referee, to name a few. His current endeavors include his production of “Judy Garland, World’s Greatest Entertainer,” and running the nonprofit Heart in the Game that provides free EKG screenings to middle and high school students.

Charter Schools Offer Education Alternative

Can your child get a $20,000-a-year education at a public school? Yes—if you find the right one.

Catholic Schools Weather New Storms and Remain Strong

Despite tough challenges, Delaware Catholic schools persevere by offering a redoubtable education with a good foundation of values.

Cosmetic Procedures Growing in Popularity Among Men

Men can nip and tuck, too. Procedures like hair harvesting, wattle removal and ‘moob’ reduction are on the upswing.
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