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The Green, from Delaware Public Media, is where Delaware explores its common ground.

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The Green - October 11, 2019

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44 MIN3 days ago
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The Green - October 11, 2019

ChristianaCare takes opioid crisis response to the homefront

Over the past several months, ChristianaCare’s Community SOS program has sent outreach teams to visit the homes of overdose patients after the overdose event to try to get the patient to commit to long term addiction treatment. Delaware Public Media’s Nick Ciolino examines how it works and it's progress thus far.

5 MIN3 days ago
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ChristianaCare takes opioid crisis response to the homefront

Changing retail landscape leaves some area malls battling to stay viable

The battle for your dollars on the retail landscape these days is a fierce one. And much of the time we hear how the battle lines are drawn between brick and mortar stores and online retailers. But it’s hardly that simple. There’s also a divide among brick and mortar locations – one that can be seen playing out here in the First State. It involves a long time was retail mainstay – the shopping mall. Some, like Christiana Mall, are thriving. Others, like Concord and Dover Malls, seem to be fading

10 MIN3 days ago
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Changing retail landscape leaves some area malls battling to stay viable

Arts Playlist: Delaware Art Museum exhibitions focus on beauty, gender & identity

The Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington presents two exhibitions this month focused on beauty, gender and identity. Posing Beauty in African American Culture, runs October 19 through January 26, and Angela Fraleigh : Sound the Deep Waters , is already open and runs through April 12 next year.

11 MIN3 days ago
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Arts Playlist: Delaware Art Museum exhibitions focus on beauty, gender & identity

Enlighten Me: Music therapy at the Music School of Delaware

The Music School of Delaware expanded its music therapy program earlier this year with the help of Audrey Hausig. Delaware Public Media’s Sophia Schmidt recently visted Hausig to learn about how music therapy works and how it can help people in a variety of situations.

9 MIN3 days ago
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Enlighten Me: Music therapy at the Music School of Delaware

The Green - October 4, 2019

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48 MIN1 weeks ago
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The Green - October 4, 2019

Wilmington’s Eastside Charter takes new approach to getting students ready for high school

The transition from middle school to high school is a daunting one for many students. So one Wilmington charter school is trying to ease that move with a new honors program called APEX. Contributor Larry Nagengast spent some time learning about this program at Eastside charter- and how it connects to a handful of area private schools.

11 MIN1 weeks ago
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Wilmington’s Eastside Charter takes new approach to getting students ready for high school

Support group for parents and families of transgender children forming in Delaware

A new group is forming locally to offer support to parents, families, and caregivers of transgender children and adults in the First State. The Delmarva chapter of TransParent, a national organization headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, holds an organizational meeting Oct. 15 in Lewes. Delaware Public Media’s Sarah Mueller recently caught up with the Delmarva chapter’s founder, Rev. Rita Nelson to discuss her desire to create this support group, and her journey with her own transgender

10 MIN1 weeks ago
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Support group for parents and families of transgender children forming in Delaware

Arts Playlist: Serafin Ensemble performs at The Arts at Trinity

Serafin Ensemble, “The Serafins,” opens its season later this month in Wilmington. The group of internationally acclaimed performing artists devoted to collaborative chamber music performances will be at at Trinity Episcopal Church for The Arts at Trinity on October 20, 2019.

7 MIN1 weeks ago
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Arts Playlist: Serafin Ensemble performs at The Arts at Trinity

Enlighten Me: Delaware Historical Society’s 'Collecting Wilmington: Place, Perspective & Memory’

The Delaware Historical Society launched a new exhibit this week - one that’s so big it will be rolled out in 5 parts between now and May 2020. It’s called “Collecting Wilmington: Place, Perspective & Memory” – and features the Historical Society’s recently acquired Paul Preston Davis Collection of Delawareana. Davis is a retired Delmarva Power executive who spent over four decades amassing a vast collection of rare business trade cards, photography, African Americana, rare print materials,

11 MIN1 weeks ago
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Enlighten Me: Delaware Historical Society’s 'Collecting Wilmington: Place, Perspective & Memory’

Latest Episodes

The Green - October 11, 2019

Listen to this edition of The Green or individual segments below:

44 MIN3 days ago
Comments
The Green - October 11, 2019

ChristianaCare takes opioid crisis response to the homefront

Over the past several months, ChristianaCare’s Community SOS program has sent outreach teams to visit the homes of overdose patients after the overdose event to try to get the patient to commit to long term addiction treatment. Delaware Public Media’s Nick Ciolino examines how it works and it's progress thus far.

5 MIN3 days ago
Comments
ChristianaCare takes opioid crisis response to the homefront

Changing retail landscape leaves some area malls battling to stay viable

The battle for your dollars on the retail landscape these days is a fierce one. And much of the time we hear how the battle lines are drawn between brick and mortar stores and online retailers. But it’s hardly that simple. There’s also a divide among brick and mortar locations – one that can be seen playing out here in the First State. It involves a long time was retail mainstay – the shopping mall. Some, like Christiana Mall, are thriving. Others, like Concord and Dover Malls, seem to be fading

10 MIN3 days ago
Comments
Changing retail landscape leaves some area malls battling to stay viable

Arts Playlist: Delaware Art Museum exhibitions focus on beauty, gender & identity

The Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington presents two exhibitions this month focused on beauty, gender and identity. Posing Beauty in African American Culture, runs October 19 through January 26, and Angela Fraleigh : Sound the Deep Waters , is already open and runs through April 12 next year.

11 MIN3 days ago
Comments
Arts Playlist: Delaware Art Museum exhibitions focus on beauty, gender & identity

Enlighten Me: Music therapy at the Music School of Delaware

The Music School of Delaware expanded its music therapy program earlier this year with the help of Audrey Hausig. Delaware Public Media’s Sophia Schmidt recently visted Hausig to learn about how music therapy works and how it can help people in a variety of situations.

9 MIN3 days ago
Comments
Enlighten Me: Music therapy at the Music School of Delaware

The Green - October 4, 2019

Listen to this edition of The Green or individual segments below:

48 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
The Green - October 4, 2019

Wilmington’s Eastside Charter takes new approach to getting students ready for high school

The transition from middle school to high school is a daunting one for many students. So one Wilmington charter school is trying to ease that move with a new honors program called APEX. Contributor Larry Nagengast spent some time learning about this program at Eastside charter- and how it connects to a handful of area private schools.

11 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Wilmington’s Eastside Charter takes new approach to getting students ready for high school

Support group for parents and families of transgender children forming in Delaware

A new group is forming locally to offer support to parents, families, and caregivers of transgender children and adults in the First State. The Delmarva chapter of TransParent, a national organization headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, holds an organizational meeting Oct. 15 in Lewes. Delaware Public Media’s Sarah Mueller recently caught up with the Delmarva chapter’s founder, Rev. Rita Nelson to discuss her desire to create this support group, and her journey with her own transgender

10 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Support group for parents and families of transgender children forming in Delaware

Arts Playlist: Serafin Ensemble performs at The Arts at Trinity

Serafin Ensemble, “The Serafins,” opens its season later this month in Wilmington. The group of internationally acclaimed performing artists devoted to collaborative chamber music performances will be at at Trinity Episcopal Church for The Arts at Trinity on October 20, 2019.

7 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Arts Playlist: Serafin Ensemble performs at The Arts at Trinity

Enlighten Me: Delaware Historical Society’s 'Collecting Wilmington: Place, Perspective & Memory’

The Delaware Historical Society launched a new exhibit this week - one that’s so big it will be rolled out in 5 parts between now and May 2020. It’s called “Collecting Wilmington: Place, Perspective & Memory” – and features the Historical Society’s recently acquired Paul Preston Davis Collection of Delawareana. Davis is a retired Delmarva Power executive who spent over four decades amassing a vast collection of rare business trade cards, photography, African Americana, rare print materials,

11 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Enlighten Me: Delaware Historical Society’s 'Collecting Wilmington: Place, Perspective & Memory’