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MISTY ON THE STREET FOR NATIONAL HOAGIE DAY 0

JOIN FUNNY LADY MISTY AS SHE TRAVELS THROUGHOUT WILMINGTON LOOKING FOR THE PERFECT HOAGIE! FILLED WITH COMEDY AND LAUGHTER, ALL IN THE NAME OF NATIONAL HOAGIE DAY.. YOU WONT FORGET

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Bancroft’s Students Give City Of Wilmington Residents A Powerful Message

Culture Restoration Project, Inc’s “Beyond Those Bars” Program and Children & Families First presents Bancroft Elementary’s new song “My City Needs Something”. Prod. by PC Beats Video by Jet Phynx

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 Route 9 Library Grand Opening Celebration  0

If you missed the phenomenal opening of the Route 9 Library Grand Opening Celebration watch it here! Be sure to attend the Community Grand Opening Celebration HERE IS THE CEREMONY!!! GUESS WHO

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Faith Based Substance Abuse Ministry 0

Watch how three community churches team up and created one substance abuse program that are changing lives.

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AWESOME INTERNET AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE 0

Most people have only one choice for an Internet provider, and for a price that is only affordable with the bundling of additional services like TV & Phone.  We believe there

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DELAWARE DIVISION OF THE ARTS ANNOUNCES 2017-18 MEZZANINE GALLERY SOLO EXHIBITIONS 0

This year will feature six Individual Artist Fellows and one National Arts Program in Delaware Award Winner  Wilmington, Del. (August 24, 2017) – The Gallery presents solo exhibitions of work

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Silence is Acceptance 0

I truly can’t think of any person that I know (and let’s be honest – I know a LOT of people ?), who is not impacted by the hate of

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#WEARELOVE MONTHLY CHARITY EVENT 0

  Today, Ivan Thomas, founder of DETV, and Tommy Abel, Halligan Bar, announced an exciting new partnership to bring attention and funding to grassroots, non-profit organizations in the Delaware community.  The partnership, operating under the #WeAreLove brand developed by Mr. Thomas will create

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CREATIVE VISION FACTORY, CHRISTINA CULTURAL ARTS AND THE WALL 0

Written by Raye Avery For too long, the lower portion of Shipley Street has been less than appealing. Designed as an alley for back door access to businesses located on Market

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