Reader-Submitted Letters in Delaware Today’s March 2013 Issue
What readers liked and didn’t like about Delaware Today articles.
The January 2013 issue of Delaware Today was perhaps the best in the history of the publication. I think you finally found the correct formula. Vibrant! Substantive! Innovative! Congratulations and best wishes for an exciting 2013.
Gordon J. DiRenzo, Ph.D.
Butts in Seats
Thanks for a job well done in “The Butts in Seats Conundrum” (Jan. 2013). We were happy that information from the Americans for the Arts’ “Arts & Economic Prosperity” report presented on Oct. 2 at the Schwartz Center in Dover and coordinated by both the Delaware Division of the Arts and the Delaware Arts Alliance was shared. The word is out. The arts mean business in Delaware!
executive director, Delaware Arts Alliance
If something in a recent issue caught your eye—good or bad—put your thoughts in email and send a letter to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In “Grading our Private Schools,” (Jan. 2013), St. Mark’s High School is listed as being affiliated with the School Sisters of Notre Dame and the Sister Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Scranton, Pa. It is not. Also, St. Marks offers an average of 22 AP courses per year.
In “The Butts in Seats Conundrum,” (Jan. 2013), a sentence about the Delaware Art Museum should have read: The museum paid off $4 million of its debt in 2011.
We regret the errors.