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Mark Arehart

Morning Edition Host/Reporter

Mark Arehart, our Morning Edition Host and Arts Reporter, has been a host, reporter and producer at several NPR member stations in Alaska, Washington and Kansas. His reporting has taken him everywhere from remote islands in the Bering Sea to the tops of skyscrapers overlooking Puget Sound. He is a diehard college basketball fan who enjoys taking walks with his dog, Otis.

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Courtesy First State Heritage Park

April marks the 100th anniversary of the United State's entry into World War I. First State Heritage Park in Dover is explores Delaware’s entry into the “war to end all wars.”

Hagley Museum and Library

Innovators of all kinds, including woodworkers, artists, authors and brewers, will gather at Hagley Museum in Wilmington next month for the first annual Maker Fest.

The Delaware Theatre Company has announced its lineup for the 2017-2018 season.  

In our latest Arts Playlist, our own Mark Arehart talked with Andy Truscott, the company’s director of marketing and development, about what people can expect from the DTC in the coming year.

DuPont has announced it will donate several pieces of art to regional museums and The United Way of Delaware.

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Christiana Care Health System announced this week its role in a new master’s degree program that will prepare students to guide families in understanding the risk of genetic disorders.

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Sen. Chris Coons is among the Senate Judiciary Committee members grilling Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch on Capitol Hill this week.

Delaware Art Museum

The Delaware Art Museum is putting youth artwork up on its walls for the “12 x 12 Exhibition,” a showcase for First State teenagers to exhibit on the small scale.

A nor’easter is making its way through the First State, but the kind of precipitation Delaware is getting is a bit different than initially forecast.

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With the first major storm of the winter is set to hit Delaware tonight, DelDOT road crews say they are ready.

A nor’easter could dump several inches of snow across the First State Monday night and into Tuesday.