Delaware Today January 2013

Murray Schwartz, former chief judge for U.S. District Court in Delaware, passes away

The Hon. Murray F. Schwartz, known for his oversight of Delaware's controversial school desegregation order, passed away this week. Schwartz was named one of Delaware Today's 50 most influential people of the past 50 years. We're re-posting that tribute in his honor.

Can We Avoid the Debt Ceiling — and Reduce the Deficit — By Minting Platinum Coins? #MintTheCoin

Former Rep. Mike Castle’s (R-Del.) Commemorative Coin Authorization and Reform Act of 1995 permits the Secretary of the Treasury to mint platinum coins. Could a $2 trillion coin erase our debt?

How to Study in College

In high school, students attend classes for about 30 hours a week. In college,...


Vendemmia, held Oct. 14 at Tubman-Garrett Riverfront Park in Wilmington.

Northern Lights

Northern Lights of Life Gala for the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, held Oct. 13 at Longwood Gardens.
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La Noche de La Esperanza

La Noche de La Esperanza ... Sabor Latino! Gala, held Oct. 13 at Heritage...

All Hallows’ Eve

All Hallows’ Eve, held Oct. 20 at the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford. 

January Music, Concerts and Performances for Delaware: Arts and Entertainment

Paula Cole Jan. 11 The seven-time Grammy nominee with the string of emotional 1990s...

Charter School of Wilmington

A college preparatory high school focused on math and science chartered by the Red...


Dec. 6 Holiday Art Show Location Children’s Beach House, Lewes Benefits Children’s Beach House The opening reception...
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