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Rich and Shah - photo by Joe del Tufo
JulieAnne Cross


Literacy and math proficiency are challenges that a wide swath of students cannot overcome, despite hours a day of schooling and homework. It takes a village to raise a child, and it takes passionate individuals in the community to continue the work that guardians and teachers cannot always accomplish alone.


Arreon A. Harley-Emerson
Arreon A. Harley-Emerson
OpEd from Delaware Business Times

It is certainly no secret that the philanthropy and nonprofit sector in this country is led by white men. As a Black executive director, I consider myself fortunate, as I have been successful in this industry and have worked tirelessly to earn the respect of leaders in the sector. Despite my success, I face racism on a daily basis. I am not in this alone. Though there are few persons of color in executive positions, we agree that the lack of diversity, equity, and inclusion in a sector that is dedicated to social impact is problematic and has sustained a toxic culture of microaggressions and systemic racism...

Platform Gallery at The Delaware Contemporary
Jill Althouse-Wood

Nothing could have prepared Wilmington businesses and nonprofits for 2020 (and we aren’t even halfway finished yet!). Some business have folded under the constraints. I was personally saddened to read that V-Trap was closing. Those operations that remain are having to reINvent themselves. Along Market Street you see restaurants working to get more outdoor seating to allow for social distancing due to COVID. Businesses are displaying signs and art to show support of the Black Lives Matter movement...

Hot Breakfast!
Swati Chaturvedi

Today we are checking IN with the acoustic dork rock power duo, Matt Casarino & Jill Knapp from “Hot Breakfast!” We sat down for a virtual interview and talked about life, love, and making music before, during, and after a pandemic!

A Fresh Home Delivery from Second Chances Farm
Pam George

On March 16, Second Chances Farm in Wilmington, Delaware, was harvesting its first crop of hydroponic produce to deliver to restaurants the next day. Since the indoor farm grows nothing on spec, there was nary an herb or arugula leaf to spare. Then the cancellations started rolling in. As of 8 p.m. that night, restaurants were limited to takeout to curb the coronavirus pandemic...