Month: January 2022

February 1 in Pop Culture History

February 1 in Pop Culture History February 1st is Decorating With Candy Day. It is also Robinson Crusoe Day. 1790 – First session of the U.S. Supreme Court, New York City 1851 – Evaporated milk was invented by Gail Borden. 1884 – The Oxford Dictionary debuted 1887 – The area known as Hollywood was founded. […]

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Ozark Season 4 Part 1 Review-Is It Worth The Watch?

Ozark Season 4, Part 1 Review Netflix’s Emmy-award-winning drama Ozark premiered part one of its season four series finale just a couple of weeks ago and fans are already ready for what’s next. The series follows the Byrde family, consisting of wicked smart and level-headed Marty(Jason Bateman), cunning and manipulative Wendy (Laura Linney), emotionally driven… Read More

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AG Jennings Unveils DOJ Human Trafficking Unit

Closing out Human Trafficking Awareness Month, Attorney General Kathy Jennings joined advocates, State and local partners, and prosecutors Monday to announce the formation of the Delaware Department of Justice’s first dedicated Human Trafficking Unit (...

February 1, 2022 – COVID19 Press Briefing

Governor Carney will hold a virtual COVID-19 press briefing at 1:45 p.m. on Tuesday, February 1, 2022.   The post February 1, 2022 – COVID19 Press Briefing appeared first on State of Delaware News.

Assistant Principal Academy graduates first cohort of leaders

The inaugural cohort of some of the state's most highly distinguished assistant principals graduated this month from Delaware's Assistant Principal Academy program. The post Assistant Principal Academy graduates first cohort of leaders appeared first o...

January 31 in Pop Culture History

January 31 in Pop Culture History 1865 – Congress passed the 13th Amendment, abolishing slavery in America. 1906 (Earthquake) Coastal Ecuador 1922 (Earthquake) Eureka/San Francisco, Oregon/California 1928 – The 3-M Company began marketing Scotch Tape. 1958 – The United States launched its first successful orbiting satellite, Explorer-I. 1961 – The United States launched a 4-year-old […]

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January 30 in Pop Culture History

January 30 in Pop Culture History 1703 – The 47 Ronin, under the command of Oishi Kuranosuke, avenged the death of their master, Asano Naganori. 1790 – The first boat designed as a lifeboat was tested on the River Tyne. 1868 – Charles Darwin’s book, Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication, was published. 1948 […]

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January 29th Curmudgeon’s Day

Curmudgeon’s Day.  According to The American Heritage Dictionary a curmudgeon is a “cantankerous person’.  And, according to The American Heritage Dictionary cantankerous means” ill tempered, quarrelsome, disagreeable, contrary.,” in other words cantankerous can be a mood or someone’s whole personality. Curmudgeons Day is a day to celebrate the cranky people in our lives or a […]

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January 29 in Pop Culture History

January 29 in Pop Culture History 1845 – Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Raven’ was published in the New York Evening Mirror. 1861 – Kansas became the 34th state. 1886 – Karl Benz patented the first successful gasoline-driven automobile. 1924 – The first US patent (#1481813) for an ice cream cone rolling machine was issued to […]

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January 28 in Pop Culture History

January 28 in Pop Culture History 1807 – London’s Pall Mall became the first street of any city to be illuminated by gaslight. 1813 – Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice was first published. 1915 – An act of the US Congress created the United States Coast Guard as a branch of the United States Armed […]

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Partnership to Bring Chick-fil-A Food Truck to DMVs

NEW CASTLE (Jan. 27, 2022) – The Division for the Visually Impaired announces a new partnership between its Business Enterprise Program (BEP) and Chick-fil-A. Starting Tuesday, Feb. 1, the Chick-fil-A food truck dispatching from the Camden, Del., store...