Delaware Today April 2010

Trash to Treasure

And everything in between—including a few laughs—is what makes this thrift shop goddess a beacon of style.

Higher Education Soars Higher

Move over, UD and DSU. Delaware’s private colleges are sharpening their public profiles.

To Conserve and Protect

The Brandywine is more than a scenic and historic waterway. It’s a major source of drinking water for hundreds of thousands of people. Someone has to make sure it stays healthy.

A Groover and Shaker

Jen Groover will settle for nothing less than conquering the business world. Her new book might just help you do the same. Plus, a unique new scholarship program spreads Goodwill, build your own boat in Lewes, and more.

Diving into the Drink

We give our water too little thought. Let’s raise a glass to the health of the stuff—and think about protecting it.
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Where to Get Stuff Fixed

We lived in a disposable world—until the economy tanked. Suddenly it seemed smarter than ever to repair instead of replace. Herein, craftsmen and techies who can reupholster that Empire settee, remake your Maytag, rev up an old turntable, save your sole and more.

Tracking the Past

A new exhibit at the Delaware History Museum explores the state’s rich railroading history.

The Music Makers

The diversity of music in Delaware is best defined not as a collective force but by the contributions made by one artist at a time. Meet some of the local musicians who give us music we love.

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