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Stephanie Fitzpatrick

Stephanie Fitzpatrick (25, Trolley Square) is a PR and social media maven interested the newest technologies, best spots in Wilmington, latest TV shows and movies, and behind the scenes political news. Born and raised in Delaware, she attended the University of Delaware and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and International Relations. Since then, she has worked in political and non-profit communications for the past 4 years – working toward a better community, one newspaper article and tweet at a time!

El Diablo: Casual Gourmet Take-Out In Wilmington (Best Of 2011)

El Diablo: Casual Gourmet Take-Out In Wilmington (Best Of 2011)

We at TSD are celebrating the end of 2011 with the year’s best posts. It’s been a year filled with great stories and strong opinions, always reflecting the best of the First State.  ORIGINAL PUBLISHING DATE: May 15, 2011 — I’m a cheap date. The way to my heart is…

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5 Lunches Under 5 Dollars in Wilmington

5 Lunches Under 5 Dollars in Wilmington

There is a fabulous online tool, mint.com, that allows you to track the money spent in the all categories of your life. For example, it breaks your expenditures into healthcare, fuel and auto, shopping, groceries, utilities, restaurants and so on.   After several months of using this tool, and having an…

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Delaware’s Running Community & the Case for Running

Delaware’s Running Community & the Case for Running

Whenever I would see people running on the side of the road, as I drove by with my McDonalds chicken nuggets in hand, I would think “I could do that.” However, each time I started up running, I would find something that discouraged me from keeping up with it. Whether…

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Bike To The Bay

Bike To The Bay

As many of you know, MS Bike to the Bay Presented by NRG Energy was this past weekend, September 24th and 25th. While I typically write from a personal perspective in my columns, I work for the Delaware MS Society and wanted to give a quick Bike to the Bay…

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Pizzadilli Winery: Best-Kept Secret in Delaware

Pizzadilli Winery: Best-Kept Secret in Delaware

Ahh, Kent County: home to numerous chain restaurants, our glorious state capitol and legislature, two of the country’s biggest NASCAR races and… a vineyard? Believe it or not, just 300 ft away from a heavily travelled strip of Route 13 in Kent County is one of Delaware’s best-kept secrets, Pizzadilli…

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August Education Q&A: Mike Castle

August Education Q&A: Mike Castle

For the Town Square Delaware August Education Series, it seemed only natural to reach out to former Governor and Congressman, Mike Castle. In Congress, he was a senior member on the U.S. House Education and Labor Committee, and a key contributor to improvements of the No Child Left Behind legislation…

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Instant Human: Just Add Coffee

Instant Human: Just Add Coffee

If you’re like me, you do not function until you’ve had your morning cup of coffee, or 2.  This is just one of the many reasons Eeffoc café in Trolley Square speaks to me. The first thing you might notice about this coffee shop on the corner of Delaware Ave and…

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St. Anthony’s Italian Festival: King of the Summer Festivals?

St. Anthony’s Italian Festival: King of the Summer Festivals?

It’s that time of year.   Time for different parts of our state to light up weekly with festival after festival – filled with tons of “fair food”, over priced rides, and entertainment for people of all ages.   Having been involved in politics for several years, I guess you could say…

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How to Turn Shopping (or whatever you love) Into a Career

How to Turn Shopping (or whatever you love) Into a Career

I SWORE I would never say it: but the world has changed so much since I was a kid. Sure, I grew up in a not-so-distant time when you were no one unless you had a sassy AOL instant messenger screen name that included your nickname and birthday.  But I…

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Palm Reading: Not Just for Hippies and Weirdos

Palm Reading: Not Just for Hippies and Weirdos

  I am not a witch. That might be the only thing Christine O’Donnell and I have in common. But, I have always been drawn to things like horoscopes, palm readings, and psychics.  It probably stems back to grade school, when I got my palms read on the Rehoboth Beach…

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