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Fleischmanns Depot: 1902

Delaware County, New York, circa 1902. "Ulster & Delaware R.R. station, Fleischmanns, Catskill Mountains." Somewhere between Pixley and Willoughby. 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

Williams Appeals Delaware Decision to End Pipeline Merger

Williams Companies shareholders voted in favor of a merger with Energy Transfer Equity, opening the way for Williams to file its appeal.

Miles the Monster in Dover, Delaware

From Wayne's World to The Simpsons to Ben Franklin throwing the shade of omission back in colonial days, Delaware has taken (probably more than) its share of guff. However, the nation's second-smallest state — as well as the only state...Show More Summary

Weeks 13 & 14: Goodbye South, Goodbye Rocksylvania

Tomorrow I’ll reach Delaware Water Gap and say a fond farewell to the state of Pennsylvania, and by fond I mean I am very happy to say goodbye to Pennsylvania. Hiking north, you’re often warned of the rocks awaiting you in the great state of Pennsylvania. But you say, “Yeah, sure…” (or at least I......

Filled Negro Says That He Would Be The Criminal "Criminal Defense Attorney" For The "Delaware Lynching Trio", But Only If Their Families Give Him A Cashiers Check Or Money Order Because He Doesn't Accept Personal Checks From Potential Deadbeats Who Want H

FILLED NEGRO RECOGNIZES THE "HOUSE SITTERS" AND CONDEMNS THE NRA FOR ALL OF THE MURDERS IN PHILLY Table Cell FILLED NEGRO SHOWS WHY HE IS AN EXPERT CRIMINAL "CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY" AFTER YEARS OF PUTTING FORTH FRAUDULENT NARRATIVES...Show More Summary

Museum presents exhibition of the New Yorker illustrator Edward Koren

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The Delaware Art Museum announces Edward Koren: The Capricious Line will be on view June 25 ? September 18, 2016. This exhibition celebrates the five-decade career of renowned cartoonist and long-standing contributor to The New Yorker Edward Koren (born 1935) and features approximately 50 original drawings, many on display for the first time. Show More Summary

Energy Transfer Wins Ruling on Escaping Williams Deal

A Delaware judge decided that a $38 billion merger of two pipeline giants could be abandoned over a discovery that it might not be tax-free.

Get the Best Delaware Codes on FindLaw, for Free

Life just got a little better for legal professionals from Wilmington to Rehoboth, as FindLaw recently unveiled its new Delaware Code and Constitution section. The legal practitioners in the First State and beyond now have access to the best, easiest-to-use Delaware codes around. So, if you have a client......

Folcroft, Pennsylvania: Police Officer Shot Multiple Times In Delaware County, Suspect In Custody

A Folcroft, Pennsylvania, police officer was shot multiple times according to law enforcement officials in Delaware County. Authorities said the shooting took place on Monday morning near the intersection of Baltimore and Elmwood Avenues, where the unnamed officer was conducting an investigation into suspected drug activity. Show More Summary

What is Left Hand Enterprises and why did the Trump campaign pay it $730,000?

The company was formed in Delaware on April 26, just two days before it received its first payment.

Gas Tax Hike Could Kill New Jersey’s Famously Low Pump Prices

A looming bump in New Jersey’s gas tax would mean fewer drivers from neighboring states crossing the Hudson and Delaware Rivers to take advantage of the state’s famously low pump prices. The state’s transportation fund is almost empty,...Show More Summary

Galle: Philly’s Soda Tax Isn’t Racist (Or Regressive)

Following up on yesterday's TaxProf Blog op-ed, Is the Philadelphia Soda Tax Racist?, by Andre Smith (Delaware): Brian Galle (Georgetown), Philly’s Soda Tax Isn’t Racist, and It Isn’t Regressive, Either: Some recent commentary labels the soda tax regressive, and one generally thoughtful tax prof posted an op-ed on the TaxProf...

Sumner Redstone's mental competency is key in the Viacom board dispute, judge says

Sumner Redstone’s mental capacity will play a key role in the dispute over the media mogul’s move to oust five Viacom board members, a Delaware judge said Wednesday. But the judge stopped short of fast-tracking the case, saying the board members, including Chief Executive Philippe Dauman, will...

Stereogum Sessions At Firefly 2016: Quilt Play “Hissing My Plea”

This past weekend saw the return of the Firefly Music Festival to the woodland grounds of Dover, Delaware. Stereogum was on site, hosting intimate performances at the Toyota Music Den alongside our friends at Spin, Vibe, and BrooklynVegan. On the third day of the fest, jangly Boston psych-poppers Quilt took the stage and performed “Hissing […]

Delaware Court Says Viacom Dispute Needs Assessment Of Sumner Redstone

Delaware Chancery Court Judge Andre Bouchard says he wants to know how competent Sumner Redstone is before deciding whether to endorse an effort by Viacom’s controlling shareholder to replace five directors. But the judge didn’t approve...Show More Summary

Viacom board stays in place as judge steers away from Redstone competence question

By Tom Hals WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - Viacom Inc's directors can stay in place, at least for now, as a Delaware judge said at a hearing on Wednesday that a legal fight over who should sit on the media company's board may turn on the mental competence of 93-year-old controlling shareholder Sumner Redstone. Show More Summary

Smith:Is The Philadelphia Soda Tax Racist?

TaxProf Blog op-ed: Is the Philadelphia Soda Tax Racist?, by Andre Smith (Delaware): The Philadelphia “soda tax” is an example of how racism works without racists. It is an example of institutional racism, phenomena that tends to exacerbate racial wealth inequality but which is maintained by “well-meaning” people, whites and...

Energy Transfer Shares Surge During Merger Trial With Williams

Comments made by Sam Glasscock III, the vice chancellor of the Delaware Court of the Chancery, sent hedge funds and investors scrambling to make trades.

Stereogum At Firefly 2016: Toyota Music Den Artist Portraits

The annual Firefly Music Festival returned to the Woodlands of Dover, Delaware this past weekend. Stereogum was on site, hosting intimate performances at the Toyota Music Den alongside our friends at Spin, Vibe, and Brooklyn Vegan, and photographer Ryan Muir was on hand to capture some of the magic. Check out photos of artists like […]

Firefly 2017 dates + Toyota Music Den pics

Dover, Delaware's Firefly Music Festival went down over the weekend, and BrooklynVegan was there hanging in the Toyota Music Den from Friday-Sunday. Quilt, Son Little, Laura Stevenson, Major Lazer's Walshy Fire & more played intimate sets. Check out pictures of all three days. Continue reading…

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