Experiencing Delaware’s newest legend, Son of Thurman

 

Delaware’s newest restaurant, Son of Thurman, is now open for business! My family and I went last Friday night, their second day open, to try it out.

We have never ventured down to the original Thurman Cafe in German Village, so we weren’t totally sure what to expect from this experience. I had kept track of a few of the improvements via the Son of Thurman facebook page, but it doesn’t compare to the first time you walk into a new renovated space. [Read more…]

The Delaware Daily – Thursday, January 30, 2014

The perfect morning - DelawareO and a cup of coffee

Above freezing temperatures soon!

Delaware Ohio News, Featured Stories, and Some Miscellany for the Day

Local News

City of Delaware: Workplace Violence Seminar Rescheduled

This Week: Delaware library adds video games to its collection

Central Ohio News

The Lantern: University of California Irvine Chancellor Michael Drake expected to be named Ohio State president

Marion Star: Ohio plants contribute to Honda’s export benchmark

Ohio News

Marietta Times: Schools’ calamity days mounting

National News

Fox News: IRS customer service leaves millions of calls unanswered

Sports/Buckeyes

ESPN: The Super Bowl That Never Was

Thought for the day

We got through the cold snap. Amazing what we can do with a little patience, cooperation and caring for each other!

Word of the day

Spectrum (Merriam Webster): a continuous sequence or range

What Our Writers Wrote

Tara Salaman: Engagement Season in Delaware

Of Interest To Us

CNN: Justin Bieber, facing assault charge in Canada, turns himself in

Top 10 list!

Listverse: 10 Reasons Latin American Politics Are The Craziest In The World

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Tune of The Day

“Love Letters in the Sand”  Pat Boone

Advertiser of the day

Delaware Music Academy  740-972-8244

Being a good Neighbor

 Welcome to the Neighborhood

Our across-the-street neighbors, who lived in the house for 34 years, moved last week. It’s bittersweet in that they are changing states in order to be closer to their grandchildren, but it’s always sad to leave the place you’ve grown to love over so many years. This weekend, [Read more…]

DelawareO.com Welcomes Writing Staff.

You want writers? We got Writers!

Last month we put out the call for writers, and wow did we get them. We are excited to announce our first class writing staff. With no further adieu here the are!

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Nicole loves her community. She is a Communications Specialist for the Delaware County District Library and Vice President to Main Street Delaware’s Board of Directors. She and her husband moved to Delaware in 2009 and immediately felt comfortable calling it home. You’ll most likely find them eating or drinking at any of the downtown establishments if they’re not at home brewing a beer of their own. Nicole has also dabbled in community theater and has a fervent love and appreciation for the arts. She is excited to translate that all that to the written word for DelawareO.

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Alice comes to us with a wide and varied, from bar/ restaurant management to Lactation consultant as well as an extensive volunteer resume. She has worked in the fitness industry as an avocation for 25 years. For the past fifteen as a Small Business /Owner Fitness Instructor/Yoga Teacher. Delicately balancing career, family and ever-changing roles has been her great honor. The quest to live fully, wholly and spiritually in her always active, wonderfully warm, fabulously fun, frequently fragile life has been a gift. The mom of three outstanding, lovely daughters, and “Mimi” to two adorable grandsons keeps her busy. Alice lives with the man of her dreams ’til death do ’em part” in Delaware’s Historic Northwest Neighborhood along with their two rescue dogs and a revolving cast of characters. Alice is excited and humbled to be a part of the DelawareO Blog staff.

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Anne is a recent transplant to Delaware. A graduate of The Ohio State University and Capital University Law School, she now coordinates a volunteer advocacy program for abused kids. Anne loves to try new recipes, read fiction, move furniture around the house, listen to indie music, and find fun things to do in Delaware. Her patient and dedicated husband Victor stays home and takes care of two very stubborn creatures- their toddler Samuel and the saddest-looking-basset-hound-ever Lola.

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Tara was born and raised in Alabama, living on every border the state has, before leaving to study psychology at Berry College in Rome, GA. After receiving a Master’s in Education from the University of Kansas, she moved to Atlanta and met fun her husband, Scott. The two moved to Saratoga Springs, New York and after 2 1/2 years and 28 weeks of a twin pregnancy, they moved into the Northwest Neighborhood of Delaware. Tara now stays home occupying their two girls with visits to local spots and crayons while running a small business, Swallowtail Calligraphy, during nap time. Tara also loves Auburn football, New York City and ice cream.

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Brianna Lawcock

Brianna grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan, moving to Delaware when she was nine. At twenty seven, the city has become a hometown for her. Always a heavy reader, that developed into writing, she helped on her college’s literary journal, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts. Engaged for a year now to a Delaware native, she is close to her two younger brothers, and aims to one day publish a book.