Year: 2021

Spider-Man: No Way Home Delivers on an Action-Packed, Mind-Bending Adventure

Marvel’s Latest Feature is Shocking Audiences and Filling Spider-Man Fans Hearts with Glee.   The recent MCU installment Spider-Man: No Way Home hit theaters almost a week before Christmas and critics and critics have been going insane over the film’s world building, character development, and tongue and cheek twists and turns. The film follows our… Read More

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January 1 in Pop Culture History

January 1 in Pop Culture History 4713 BC – Julian Calendar day #1, according to Joseph Justus Scaliger’s cycle of 7980 years. 46 BC – The Julian Calendar began, and was used widespread until 1582. 1622 – January 1st became the start of the “new Year” (it was March 25 for a long time prior) […]

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December 31 in Pop Culture History

December 31 in Pop Culture History 1600 – The British East India Company was chartered. It was the first global mega-corporation. 1805 – The ‘Calendar of Reason’ had been introduced in France on November 24, 1793. It was abandoned, and the Gregorian calendar, which we still use today, replaced it. 1831 – Gramercy Park was […]

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DNREC to Close, Reduce Hours at Some Facilities for January

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) will close or reduce hours for several public activities and facilities following the surge in coronavirus cases driven by the omicron variant. The post DNREC to Close, Redu...

‘Pretty Woman’ star Olivia Valli Continues Her Grandfather’s Musical Legacy

What more of a treat could Philadelphia area theater lovers want than a night at the Academy of Music watching a live performance of Pretty Woman: The Musical? We will have that opportunity for the Philly premiere of Pretty Woman at the Kimmel Cultural Campus; Academy of Music from Tuesday, January 4 through Sunday, January… Read More

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December 30 in Pop Culture History

December 30 in Pop Culture History Only two Atlantic storms/hurricanes were ever observed to span two calendar years: Alice (Dec 30, 1954 – Jan 6, 1955) and, exactly 51 years later, Zeta (Dec 30, 2005 – Jan 7, 2006) 1903 – Iroquois Theatre Fire, Chicago, Illinois – over 600 people were killed. 1916 – Grigory […]

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December 30, 2021 – COVID19 Press Briefing

Governor John Carney will hold a virtual press briefing at 1:45 p.m. on Thursday, December 30, 2021 about Delaware’s response to COVID-19.   The post December 30, 2021 – COVID19 Press Briefing appeared first on State of Delaware News.

Governor Carney Lowers Delaware Flag

In recognition of the passing of former State Senator Robert “Bob” L. Venables, Sr. and former State Senator and Representative Winifred Theodora “Winnie” Spence, Governor Carney has ordered the Delaware flag at state buildings and facilities be flown ...

Additional Delaware Deer Hunting Seasons to Open in January

Firearm deer hunting seasons opening in January and continuing archery deer seasons provide the last chance for hunters to harvest deer during the general 2021/22 Delaware hunting season, the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control an...

December 29 in Pop Culture History

December 29 in Pop Culture History 1170 – Archbishop Thomas Becket was assassinated in Canterbury Cathedral by four knights, under orders from King Henry II of England. 1851 – The first American YMCA (Young Men’s Christian association) opened in Boston, Massachusetts. 1890 – The US Cavalry killed 146 Sioux at Wounded Knee on the Pine […]

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Sewage Spill Suspends Shellfish Harvesting in Rehoboth Bay

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control today issued an emergency closure of commercial and recreational shellfish harvest of oysters, clams and mussels in the Rehoboth Bay after a spill from a residential sewer line in t...

Delaware State Parks to Host First Day Hikes Across Delaware

America’s State Parks presents the largest single-day hiking event each year on Jan. 1 with participation from outdoor organizations across the U.S., including Delaware State Parks.   The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environm...

Stan Lee Born December 28th 1922

Stan Lee (Stanley Lieber, December 28, 1922 – November 12, 2018) .  As a boy Mr. Lee loved to read to quote him, “It would be easier to say what I didn’t read.”  He enjoyed The Tarzan Stories, Jules Verne, Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, Sherlock Holmes, Edgar Allan Poe and H.G. Welles.  His original career […]

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Atlanta Returns This March To FX

FX gave everyone a late Christmas present when it released a teaser trailer for Atlanta season 3. After nearly a four year hiatus the hit show is returning to FX on March 24th. Atlanta follows the crazy  lives of Atlanta residents Earn, Darius, Alfred, and Van — played by Donald Glover, Brian Tyree Henry, LaKeith Stanfield and Zazie Beetz the group tries to live through the craziness of the music and entertainment industry along with dealing with social and personal issues. Little is known about season 3 from the trailer, but it looks like Paper Boi is on tour, and Earn who is his cousin and also manager is dealing with life on the road. If you’re looking for a great show with a great cast then Atlanta is where it’s at, even though judging from the teaser trailer below how much of season 3 will be taking place in Atlanta. Check out the teaser trailer below. And be sure to tune into FX on March 24th for Season 3:  

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December 28 in Pop Culture History

December 28 in Pop Culture History 1065 – Westminster Abbey was consecrated. 1869 – The Knights of Labor, a labor union of tailors in Philadelphia, PA, held the first Labor Day. 1895 – Louis and Auguste Lumiere screened a series of short scenes from everyday French life (and charged admission for the viewing) at the […]

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