December 1 In Pop Culture History

December 1 in Pop Culture History 800 – Charlemagne judged the accusations against Pope Leo III in the Vatican, and decided in the Pope’s favor. 1783 – The first manned voyage of a lighter-than-air hydrogen balloon left Paris carrying Professor Jacques Alexander Cesar Charles and Marie-Noel Robert to almost 500 feet and landed 28 miles […]

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December 1 In Pop Culture History

December 1 in Pop Culture History 800 – Charlemagne judged the accusations against Pope Leo III in the Vatican, and decided in the Pope’s favor. 1783 – The first manned voyage of a lighter-than-air hydrogen balloon left Paris carrying Professor Jacques Alexander Cesar Charles and Marie-Noel Robert to almost 500 feet and landed 28 miles […]

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*UPDATE Subject Located* Delaware State Police Issue Gold Alert for Felton Man- Felton

Felton- Delaware State Police have cancelled the Gold Alert issued for 29-year-old Michael Johnson who was reported missing on November 25, 2020. Delaware State Police Issue Gold Alert for Felton […]

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Numerous Delaware Hunting and Trapping Seasons Open in December

Numerous Delaware hunting and trapping seasons are open in December, including the third and final duck hunting season split that opens Friday, Dec. 11 and the special antlerless deer hunting season opening Saturday, Dec. 12.

November 30 In Pop Culture History

November 30 in Pop Culture History 3340 BC – Earliest believed record of an eclipse, in Ireland. 1609 – Galileo Galilei realized that the moon was a landscape, not a flat surface on a circle in the sky. 1858 – The Mason Jar was invented and patented (#22,186) by Philadelphia tinsmith John Landis Mason. 1872 […]

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November 30 In Pop Culture History

November 30 in Pop Culture History 3340 BC – Earliest believed record of an eclipse, in Ireland. 1609 – Galileo Galilei realized that the moon was a landscape, not a flat surface on a circle in the sky. 1858 – The Mason Jar was invented and patented (#22,186) by Philadelphia tinsmith John Landis Mason. 1872 […]

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Delaware State Police Arrest Two Individuals on Drugs and Weapon Charges Following Traffic Stop- Milton

Milton- Delaware State Police arrested 24-year-old Melissa Bliss of Millsboro and 26-year-old Jeremy Jones of Millsboro on drugs and weapon charges following a traffic stop Saturday afternoon. On November 28, 2020, at approximately 12:35 p.m., […]

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The White House Christmas Holiday Traditions

(PCM) Christmastime at the White House brings about many traditions which have been passed down throughout the years. For example, each year the White House pastry chef whips together a confectionery delight that is an exact edible replica of the White House… think delicious gingerbread White House! There have been a ton of other holiday… Read More

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November 29 in Pop Culture History

November 29 in Pop Culture History 533 (Earthquake) Aleppo (now Syria) – 130,000 people estimated killed. 1681 – The Royal College of Physicians, in Edinburgh, Scotland, was granted its charter by King Charles II. 1825 – First Italian opera in US, Barber of Seville premiered (in New York City, at the Park Theatre) 1910 – […]

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November 29 in Pop Culture History

November 29 in Pop Culture History 533 (Earthquake) Aleppo (now Syria) – 130,000 people estimated killed. 1681 – The Royal College of Physicians, in Edinburgh, Scotland, was granted its charter by King Charles II. 1825 – First Italian opera in US, Barber of Seville premiered (in New York City, at the Park Theatre) 1910 – […]

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Thanksgiving is The Fourth Thursday in November

Thanksgiving is The Fourth Thursday in November The United States of America was the first nation in the world to proclaim a national holiday for giving thanks, but it may not have happened the way you think it did. It did start with the Pilgrims.  Some of the first settler in the “New World” we […]

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Thanksgiving is The Fourth Thursday in November

Thanksgiving is The Fourth Thursday in November The United States of America was the first nation in the world to proclaim a national holiday for giving thanks, but it may not have happened the way you think it did. It did start with the Pilgrims.  Some of the first settler in the “New World” we […]

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Abraham Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

(Proclamation Given October 3, 1863) The year that is drawing towards its close, has been filled with the blessings of fruitful fields and healthful skies. To these bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget the source from which they come, others have been added, which are of so extraordinary a […]

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Abraham Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

(Proclamation Given October 3, 1863) The year that is drawing towards its close, has been filled with the blessings of fruitful fields and healthful skies. To these bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget the source from which they come, others have been added, which are of so extraordinary a […]

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The Curious History Behind Krampus The Holiday Devil

(PCM) We all know the story behind the legend that is St. Nicholas a.k.a. Santa Claus who pays visits to well-behaved children all over the world rewarding them with gifts at Christmas. However did you know that according to Alpine folk-lore good ol’ St. Nick has a dark companion named Krampus, who travels around with… Read More

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