January 15th – 22nd

    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Black History Month Tribute

    Featuring performances by Matthew Shipp, guest jazz piano; Jacqueline Beach Faulcon, soprano, and Clarence A. Faulcon, piano; Dj Steel Force; Washington Street Groove, and many others. Limited seating; advance purchase recommended. Friday, January 15, 2010 – 7:30pm, Wilmington Branch, The Music School of Delaware.

    David Bromberg and Jorma Kaukonen

    2008 Grammy nominee David Bromberg, known for his eclectic style of bluegrass, blues, and folk will be joining Kaukonen in this rare and exciting evening of stunning music by two of America’s true masters. Jan 21, 2010 @ 8:00 PM, The Grand 818 N. Market Street.

    Coffee House: Maestro Shafaatullah Khan

    In the rich history of Indian classical music, Shafaatullah Khan is one of the rare talents to have attained simultaneous excellence in performing on three different instruments Sitar, Surbahar, & Tabla. This multidimensional musical repertoire, therefore, distinguishes him in his illustrious ancestry. Wesley Chapel, Wesley College, Saturday, January 16.

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    Zachary’s Shrinkitis

    Learn how Zachary recovers from a mysterious condition known as shrinkitis as author Joseph Crossen presents his newest book to elementary age students. Kent County Public Library, Wednesday, January 20, 6:30 p.m. registration required.

    Waiting Around (the New Orleans Restaurant Musical)

    This witty experience in restaurant purgatory sets four waiters singing and dancing their way through bitchy customers, conquering the waiter lingo, working under the watchful eye of “management” and having visions of the Fairy God-Waitress, complete with big hair, magic wand, and order pad. Kent County Theatre Guild, Friday, January 15 through Saturday, January 30.

    What Makes Us Tick

    What Makes Us Tick? is a film and discussion series that explores the mysteries of human behavior. The 2010 series will focus on personal change. The film and discussion series will presented at the Swan Ballroom, Atlantic Sands Hotel. Friday, January 15 through Sunday, January 17, Atlantic Sands Hotel
    101 North Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach.

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