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February 19th, 2021 - CAMP News
CAMP Rehoboth “Big Room” Joyously Renamed Elkins-Archibald Atrium
While COVID-19 robbed us of hosting CAMP Rehoboth’s 30th anniversary last year, at least in the manner we intended, we remain hopeful to host a 30+ celebration at some point in the year ahead. Time will tell.
February 19th, 2021 - Straight Talk by David Garrett
Another First—SENATOR Sarah McBride
February 19th, 2021 - Historical Headliners by Ann Aptaker
Dorothy Arzner & Marion Morgan: Lights! Camera! Romance!
It’s February. Valentines month, the month of romance, when chocolate hearts are exchanged, candles lit on dining tables, wine sales go up, and Facebook has more heart GIFs than the bloodstream and nervous system can bear. In honor of all that romantic activity, I thought it fitting to write a column about a great Hollywood romance, a courageous romance at that.
I’m speaking of Golden Age director Dorothy Arzner and her partner of over 40 years, choreographer Marion Morgan.
February 19th, 2021 - Spotlight on the Arts by Doug Yetter
CAMP Rehoboth Puts Art at the Heart of Our Community
We’ve all been forced into a reckoning with the adage, “You can’t fight gravity” as we adapt to this new normal in our world. Wear your damned mask (or two!), keep washing those hands, and stay out of my way at the theater and in galleries. I’m the one with the hoop skirt and the air horn.
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