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From Delaware Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Facebook page

With the creation of a new hall of fame, it’s safe to guarantee that rock ‘n’ roll is here to stay in Delaware, but its presence, at least at the start, will be more virtual than real.

Vicki Wasserman, Courtesy of Network Delaware

Several local immigrant rights organizations plan to rally this Saturday at Legislative Hall in Dover, in solidarity with family separation protests across the country.


The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation

Fort Christina in Wilmington offers an opportunity to dig deep into the nation’s history right here in the First State.


Cape May-Lewes Ferry

4th of July is one week away and many of you are planning on where you’ll be watching fireworks this year. The Cape May-Lewes Ferry may be an option.


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If you want to take a ride on Delaware’s Tall Ship, the Kalmar Nyckel, you’re going to have to travel to New Castle County this summer.



From Delaware Juneteenth Association's Facebook page

Wilmington’s Christian Love Worship Cathedral observes Juneteenth tonight.

The holiday, which is celebrated across the country, commemorates the day the last slaves in the US were freed in Galveston, Texas on June 19th, 1865.


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The 2018 Firefly Music Festival is underway. Tens of thousands are pouring into Dover and setting up camp to see artists like The Killers, Kendrick Lamar and Arctic Monkeys.

Just in time for the summer season, Southern Delaware Tourism unveiled its new website this week.


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June is LGBTQ Pride Month nationally, and this year, it’ll officially be Pride Month in the City of Wilmington too.

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Recognized as the last remnant of New Castle’s abundant agricultural history, Penn Farm is thriving once again under the day-to-day management of its current tenant, Delaware Greenways, but the future of the farm’s oldest structure, a farmhouse whose first section was built between 1799 and 1810, is now in question.