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The Green - January 22, 2016


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Gov. Jack Markell delivered his final State of the State address this week. He spent much of the speech discussing what his administration has accomplished in seven-plus years,  but Markell also laid out an agenda for his final year in office.

Highlights from Gov. Markell's 2016 State of the State address.

After hearing what Gov. Markell had to say in his final State of the State address, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle weighed in with their reactions.  We offer a sample of reaction from Republican and Democratic leadership.

Senate Minority Whip Greg Lavelle and House Majority Leader Valerie react to Gov. Markell's State of the State address.

What, if any, impact, will Gov. Markell's State of the State have on the current legislative session?  Political reporter James Dawson stopped by The Green to offer some thoughts on what we learned and didn’t learn from the governors’s speech.

Delaware Public Media's Tom Byrne and political reporter James Dawson discuss Gov. Markell's State of the State address.

While trained in printmaking, Philadelphia based artist Leslie Friedman uses mixed media for her exhibit “Vivianus” now showing at the Delaware Contemporary in Wilmington.  Influenced by Pop Art, Friedman explores human identity and belonging through the story of a Utopian island on which outcasts communicate through rock 'n' roll music. In this week’s Arts Playlist, Delaware Public Media’s Cathy Carter visits the Delaware Contemporary to get a tour of the exhibit with the artist.

Delaware Public Media's Cathy Carter interviews artist Leslie Friedman about her exhibit “Vivianus.”

Last month's unusually warm weather has beekeepers worried that their hives might not make it through the winter.  Science reporter Eli Chen talks to an expert about how beekeepers can prevent losses in our latest iSeeChange feature.

Delaware Public Media science reporter Eli Chen examines the possible impact December's warm temperatures may have on bees in iSeeChange.

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