First for Friday, September 25, 2015

Tappin’ Thru Theatre
The Delaware Theatre Company became the first building that began the development of what is now the Wilmington Riverfront. The new season just opened for the DTC. They would like to add another first, a pre-Broadway theater run for their work.

The Diplomat
Former Wilmington city councilman Steve Martelli returned to his home turf last week to describe his role in the U.S. State Department that led to the establishment of diplomatic relations.

State of Play
Summer’s over, so we talk about John Carney’s wish to be the next governor. Also, what would the battle for Carney’s seat in Congress look like as the battle of the B’s (Bryan Townsend and Byron Short).

Teach Me: Frightland
It takes special training to be a monster at Frightland. As the farmland just below the C&D canal is transformed into a Halloween frightfest, our “Teach Me” segment looks at what it takes to do apply just the right amount of scariness.

Tornoe Spin
Rob has a tongue in check approach to what the 2016 Delaware gubernatorial election will look like.

Rolling Revolution
Hungry? First Experience takes in the rise of Food Trucks on the Delaware landscape.

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