NEW YORK (AP) — Now it’s personal: Hundreds of anti-Wall Street protesters held a “Millionaires March” on Tuesday past the homes of some of the wealthiest executives in America, stopping to jeer “Tax the rich!”; and “Where’s my bailout”;
Oct 11 2011 | Posted in AP News
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Book discussion groups have long been a staple of the Delaware County District Library, with multiple discussion scheduled each month at library locations. The staff at the Orange Branch Library, 7171 Gooding Blvd. is making a leap in another direction — a community film discussion!
An eagle-shaped cane carved by longtime Delaware resident Darlene Vogt serves as a memory of her late uncle, but will be used by a wounded Sept. 11 veteran. Vogt was one of a group of eight participants in a special project of the woodcarver group at Senior Citizens Inc. The Eagle Cane project, a national woodcarving effort which has spread to 48 states, was introduced to the woodcarver group by Shawnee Hills resident Dave Thomas.
For many fledgling musicians, the name of the game is publicity, and Delaware-area cover band Full Tilt has learned this lesson as well as anyone. It’s not every day a band gets the chance to open for a nationally-recognized musician, but four Delaware County residents have just such an opportunity. Full Tilt, along with fellow Central Ohio band Three Ton Toad, is slated to open for Joe Jonas at The Grill on 21st Street in Newark on Friday. Music will begin at 6 p.m. and go until as late as midnight.
The famous cartoon characters Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner consumed third-grader Grayson Miller’s week while at the Delaware City Schools Summer Enrichment Academy.
Ruth Pastor, 90, of Delaware and a Marion Manor resident since early December 2010 passed April 1, 2011, in Marion.
Jun 21 2011 | Posted in Obituaries
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The Milky Way, our galaxy, is one of hundreds of billions (or trillions — who knows?) of tiny islands of stars sprinkled throughout the vast cosmic ocean of space. Seen from the top, galaxies are often shaped like flat spirals — children’s pinwheels of uncountable stars. Seen from the side, galaxies look much like lenses bulging at the center and tapering to points at the edges. Most of a galaxy’s stars are spread throughout the lens-like structure, the galaxy proper.
May 30 2011 | Posted in Tom Burns
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Grey clouds and a short but fierce rainstorm could not keep the crowds off Sandusky Street for the 2011 Delaware Arts Festival Saturday and Sunday. Delaware natives and attendees from across the state turned out by the dozens to support the creative arts.