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The Green

3pm & 7pm Fridays, 2pm Sundays

Embracing the spirit of its name (The Green in Dover and the New Castle Green), The Green provides an open-air meeting place for Delawareans to discuss events, consider issues and share ideas. This radio and online magazine presents the highest quality Delaware news and information. Through informed reporting, nuanced storytelling and in-depth interviews, The Green reaches past stereotypes and knee-jerk reactions to encourage a fuller, more robust discovery of Delaware, today.

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One low-lying Wilmington neighborhood is expected to be highly susceptible to rising sea levels down the road.  But before tackling that challenge, a solution to the chronic flooding it already faces is being built.

Delaware Public Media’s Sophia Schmidt explores that project, and what else might need to be done to keep the neighborhood livable long term.

 


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In August, Middletown was added to the list of cities with a Downtown Development District designation, but that hardly marks the start of work to revitalize its downtown.

Contributor Eileen Dallabrida tells it is already springing to life and merchants there are seeking ways to build on that momentum.

 


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Amphibian Relationships by Chinese Contemporary artist No. 223  - a.k.a. Lin Zhipeng - is now on display at the Delaware Contemporary in Wilmington.

 

 


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Visitors to Herman Holloway Park in Wilmington will find something new starting next week. 

An outdoor fitness park is being tucked into the park, with the help of AARP.

It’s part of AARP’s national initiative to sponsor a fitness park in every state, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands – as it commemorates its 60th anniversary.

It officially opens Wednesday with a ribbon cutting, but AARP Delaware’s Communication Director Kimberly Iapalucci checked in this week to discuss the new space and AARP’s initiative.


Delaware Botanic Gardens

A 37-acre coastal garden in Dagsboro is now open to the general public

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The First State National Historical Park - created in 2013 – is hardly a finished product.

That’s in part because it’s a unique National Park - a collection of seven sites throughout the state.  And how best to present and interpret the story they tell is part of the ongoing work to develop the park.

Delaware’s Public Media’s Sarah Mueller recently spoke with Lorin Felter, the First State National Historical Park’s Interpretation and Education Coordinator where things stand with Delaware’s first and only national park.


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Wilmington’s Tower Hill School is marking a major milestone.

One of the state’s oldest private schools - Tower Hill turns 100 in 2019,  and celebrates its centennial this month with a full slate of events Sept. 20 and 21st at the school.


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There’s a new exhibit on display in the Visitor’s Center Gallery at the Historic Odessa Foundation in Odessa.


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